Mission

The ARCIC develops concepts, learns, and integrates capabilities to improve our Army and ensure the effectiveness of the Joint Force.


Vision

A team of trusted professionals who collaborate, learn, and innovate to turn ideas into valued outcomes and ensure that Joint forces win in future armed conflict.

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Purpose: Innovate to ensure that Army forces are prepared to provide multiple options for combatant commanders; present multiple dilemmas to enemies; integrate efforts of multiple partners; and operate...

Reading #101

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Hawks, Doves and Canaries: Women and Conflict

Brenda Oppermann
August 13, 2014

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Recent and ongoing conflicts reinforce the need to balance the technological focus of Army modernization with a recognition of the limits of technology, and an emphasis o...

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How the Army Develops Capability and Capacity to Build the Future Force

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U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command's Army Capabilities Integration Center Director, Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster recently discussed the topic of “Think-Learn-Analyze-Implement: How the Army Develops Capability and Capacity to Build the Future Force” during the 34th annual Virginia Colonial Chapter of Association of the United States Army's Professional Forum at the College of William a...

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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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JLTV Will be US Army’s Interim Light Recon Vehicle

The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle will serve as the interim light reconnaissance vehicle for the US Army, according to Maj. Gen. Bo Dyess, the Army Capabilities Integration Center’s deputy director. The idea has been floated as a possibility since late las...

Jen Judson May 12, 2016
Defense News Read
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Interactive workshop discusses negotiation tactics
Michelle Eberhart April 28, 2016
Pointer View Read
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Army Officials Paint Dire Picture of the State of the Force
John Harper March 15, 2016
National Defense Magazine Read
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Senior Department of Defense officials applaud NIE
Vanessa Flores October 23, 2015
army.mil Read
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A New Way To Command: Army Links Its Networks
Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. October 17, 2015
Breaking Defense Read
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Mock-Combat Exercises Assess Latest Technologies
Kris Osbourne October 9, 2015
Warriors Scout Read
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US Army Wants More Firepower across Formations, General Says
Matthew Cox September 17, 2015
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The U.S. Army’s Human Dimension Strategy

Given the current realities of reduced budgets with no reduction in security requirements, the Army has placed emphasis on the Human Dimension (HD). The U.S. Army Human Dimension Concept...

CAC June 25, 2015
Combined Arms Center Read

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