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 #148

Military Review October 1992

"Multi-domain battle reintroduces the idea that converged cross-domain capabilities across DOTMLPF are an absolute prerequisite for success"

General David G. Perkins, "Multi-Domain Battle: Driving Change to Win in the Future," Military Review, July 2017


Understanding the operating environment, threats, and technology is important to ensure future Army forces are prepared to prevent conflict, shape security environments, and win in future war as part of the Joint Force. Anticipating the demands of future armed conflict not only requires an understanding of the immutable nature of war but also an appreciation of the changes in the character of armed conflict. New technologies and changes that stem from new strategic guidance, revised operating concepts, and emerging security challenges require the Army to stay ahead of change by operating differently and providing the Joint Force with unique capabilities that enable it to prevent conflict, shape security environments, and win wars.

In this week's professional reading, "The Battle of Convergence in Four Dimensions," an essay originally published in 1992, MAJ Robert Toguchi and [...]

International Army Programs

Gen. Perkins, hosted a delegation from Israel to par ...

Fort Eustis, Virginia – Gen. David G. Perkins, Commanding General of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, hosted a delegation from Israel to participate in the 26th Future Battlefield [...]

Unified Quest

UQ17 Deep Future Wargame

More than 200 military and civilian experts gathered at Carlisle Barracks May 3-12 to examine the Multi-Domain Battle concept during the annual Unified Quest Deep Future Wargame. During t [...]

International Army Programs

TRADOC host BG Jukka Sonninen, chief of Training and ...

Maj. Gen. Robert “Bo” Dyess, acting director of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Army Capabilities Integration Center, hosted Brig. Gen. Jukka Sonninen, chief of Training and Edu [...]

Unified Quest

UQ17 Core Planning Group

The third preparatory event for the UQ17 Deep Future Wargame, the "Core Planning Group," saw the development of operational approaches for three joint task forces which will examine how to [...]

International Army Programs

Israel Defense and Armed Forces Attaché to ...

Major General Michael Edelstein, Israel Defense and Armed Forces Attaché to the United States, received a warm welcome from the General Perkins, Commanding General TRADOC on [...]

International Army Programs

US Army Training and Doctrine Talks Steerin ...

A Spanish Army delegation led by Col. Juan Manuel Diez Acha met with U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command's Army Capabilities Integration Center, International Army Progra [...]


OE and the Changing Character of Future Warfare

The Next Capabilities Information Exchange (15-16 ...

'Mad scientists' discuss emerging tech as Army rele ...

Robotics and Autonomous Systems Strategy

U.S. Army Functional Concepts

Capabilities Information Exchange (CIE)

Army Warfighting Challenges

The Warfighters’ Science and Technology Needs

Counter Unmanned Aircraft Systems Strategy

Multi-Domain Battle White Paper

What will it take for the Army to succeed in multi-domain battle?

Mark Pomerleau

TRADOC hosts German Army for a Multi-Domain Battle Information Exchange


Army looks for Air Force to join in refining future warfare concept

Sean Kimmons


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Fourth and final: TRADOC town hall turns to Soldiers for feedback

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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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