Framework for developing the future force.

Think: Establish a sound conceptual foundation for Army modernization.
Learn: Conduct rigorous experiments, wargames, and assessments to learn in a focused, sustained, and collaborative manner.
Analyze: Focus prioritized efforts on first-order military challenges.
Implement: Deliver integrated DOTMLPF-P solutions to improve combat effectiveness of the current and future force.

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Reading #126

NATO's Land Forces: Strength and Speed Matter

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"...an armed attack against one ... shall be considered an attack against them all."

Article V, North Atlantic Treaty Orga [...]

International Army Programs

Royal Navy visits TRADOC

Rear Adm. John Clink, Flag Officer Sea Training, Royal Navy, United Kingdom, pauses for a photo with Dave Paschal, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command deputy G-37, Nov. 1 at TRADOC headquarters on Fort Eustis, Virginia. Clink visited TRADOC to discuss the Army Learning Concept, or ALC 2015, and gained an understanding on the governance and strategy required for the implementation and sustainment [...]

Unified Quest

Character of Future War Seminar

In November 2016, Unified Quest hosted a seminar to examine the character of war in 2035 in terms of required capabilities, attributes, concepts, and implications for the future operating environment. This event addressed comments the Army Chief of Staff made during a January 2016 Unified Quest event; he stated he foresees changes in the character of war, warfighting technologies, [...]

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US Army TRADOC November 30, 2016

Developing the Future Force, Part 1

US Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley discusses the service's vision for its future force, challenges and opportunities.

Jen Judson October 6, 2016

Developing the Future Force, Part 2

US Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley discusses his role in multi-domain operations and the service's vision for its future force.

Jen Judson October 6, 2016

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November 3, 2016

CSM Davenport Speaks NCO Development Town Hall 3

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Harbingers of Future War: Implications for the Army with Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster

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