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AUSA Conference 2009 Training for Full Spectrum Operations LTG Thomas G. Miller LTG Mark P. Hertling MG James L. Huggins, Jr. COL (P) Paul Funk II COL.

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1 AUSA Conference 2009 Training for Full Spectrum Operations LTG Thomas G. Miller LTG Mark P. Hertling MG James L. Huggins, Jr. COL (P) Paul Funk II COL Mark McKnight

2 Agenda LTG Thomas G. Miller Commanding General, First Army MG James L. Huggins, Jr. Director of Readiness and Mobilization, ODCS, G3/5/7, US Army COL (P) Paul Funk II Commander, CAC-T COL Mark McKnight Commander, BCTP LTG Mark P. Hertling Training and Executing DCG, Initial Military Training, TRADOC Introduction Readiness Reporting Update Integrated Training Environment (ITE) Progression Towards BCTP Full Spectrum Exercises FSO in combat from a DIV CG perspective

3 3 Training for Full Spectrum Operations SPECTRUM OF CONFLICT Increasing Violence Offense Defense StabilityStability StabilityStability Offense Defense StabilityStability Offense StabilityStability Defense FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS OPERATIONAL THEMES Stable Peace General War Insurgency Unstable Peace (Under Revision) FSO occurs across the spectrum, with any combination of operations – the level of effort in each operation varies

4 Commanders agree on how FSO METL is trained, on conditions, and risks associated with not training on tasks How We Train - Tomorrow Initially focus on STD FSO METL At LAD - 9 months deployed mission environment Maintain focus on FSO METL for deployed environment FSO METL Training Dwell less than 18 months Dwell more than 18 months Our challenge is to set conditions to train FSO, anywhere along the spectrum, at home station and CTCs CSA: “We need to leverage the combat experience of our Army…We can and must train differently than we did before 9/11” Do a few key tasks very well Train smart and balance with the need to rest a seasoned force Decentralize and reduce training overhead at home station Maximize use of mobile training teams and distributed learning

5 Reserve Component Full Spectrum Training Challenges Complexities –Varied mission sets Full Spectrum Operations Non-Standard (SECFOR) Homeland Security (CCMRF) State missions Challenges –Manning shortfalls/turbulence –Available time –Training enablers –Equipping/Training sets –Ability to achieve aggregate collective proficiency Requires implementation concepts for Reserve Components Reserve Component ARFORGEN CYCLE 1:4 Train/Ready 1 Reset Train/Ready 2Train/Ready 3 Available Reconstitution Family Time Equipment & Personnel Reset Individual & Crew Training New Equipment Training Battle Command and Staff Training Platoon Maneuver and BCT Staff Proficiency BWFX/LTP Company and BCT Staff Proficiency Post MOB Training MRE CTC Assume Mission Sustain Capability Year 2 Year 1 Year 3Year 4 Available NOS


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