Training | - Leader Development for Army Professionals - Part 5


Here is a list of everything we have published about Training

AR 350-10 Management of Army Individual Training Requirements and Resources

This regulation prescribes Army policy, responsibilities, and procedures to manage the requirements and resources process that produces the Army Program for Individual Training, which is maintained in the Army Training Requirements and Resources System. This regulation applies to all institutional training and unless specifically identified for mobilization planning or mobilization operations, these policies and procedures refer to peacetime operations. Download: 3/r350_10.pdf Size: 103.55 KB

AR 350-1 Army Training and Leader Development

This regulation prescribes policies, procedures, and responsibilities for developing, managing, and conducting Army training and leader development. It consolidates policy and guidance for Army training and leader development and support Army decisive actions in Unified Land Operations.

AR 140-1 Mission, Organization, and Training

This regulation provides policy guidance on the mission, its organization, and training of the Army Reserve. Applicability: This regulation applies to the U.S. Army Reserve and the Active Army. It does not apply to the Army National Guard.

GTA 90-01-016 The Deployed Contracting Office’s Representative (COR) Smardcard

This GTA is a 7-panel smart card on synthetic material provides information for Deployed Contracting Officers Representatives (COR). Information including: Contract format, Basic contracting process, Know Your Basic Acquisition Team, what to include in COR files, forms that CORs should know, Typical funding instructions, Tips, Watch out!, Reminders, Training, references, and online resources. NOTE: This document is in PDF format

Should the BN XO counsel the CSM for not taking his PT test?

Is it within the BN XO's duties and responsibilities to counsel the BN CSM for performance and when he is expected to take the APFT?.. Read the Answer»

GTA 07-04-007 Training Meeting

This GTA is to be used in Armywide field and classroom training to better organize, plan, and resource future training. This booklet aids soldiers in learning to conduct training meetings at company and battalion level and provides techniques and procedures, agenda, sequence of events, attendees, and assets needed. NOTE: This document is in PDF format

When do Field Artillery units switch to direct fire?

I'm in Marine Artillery, and we field the M777 Howitzer. One of the sights we have, the elbow sight, is made for direct fire. In addition, each gun crew carries 2 AT4s and a 240B. My questions are: if my battery was engaged where we would need to use them, at what range would we switch from indirect to direct fire, and what could we really expect to fight off with that, rather than falling back? .. Read the Answer»

Can a Soldier perform PCMS on a vehicle without a license?

To conduct PMCS and fill out a DA Form 2404, must a soldier be licensed on that piece of equipment/vehicle? I've scanned DA PAM 750-8 and TM XX-10's and have been unable to find a clear answer. I'm unsure if maybe I overlooked it, or if I am looking in the wrong place. I have been tasked with ensuring our 5 assigned vehicles get PMCS done, but none of my Soldiers are licensed on any of the 4 different vehicles... Read the Answer»

Can I administer a “for record” APFT while deployed? (UPDATED)

Does a PT Test administered during deployment count as a record pt test or is it only a diagnostic?.. Read the Answer»

Will my Army unit accept a civilian medical profile?

I have a profile from a civilian doctor I got while I was on leave but my unit won't accept it. What's up with that?.. Read the Answer»

Can the unit make me take a PT test if I am on profile?

My unit wants me to take a PT Test but I have been on profile for over 90 days. Can they make me take a PT test?.. Read the Answer»

U.S. Army Inspections: Planning & Preparation

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The second in the inspection series, this article focuses on the importance of planning your inspection and provides tips to help you achieve positive results. Have you ever stood an inspection and wondered why you were doing it? Or why the inspector checked a piece of equipment in a certain way? Have you ever become frustrated because you felt an inspection was just a waste of time? If you have, you need to read this article. My goal is to help you establish a meaningful inspection process that Read more