Sando, Don
July 2008
Infantry;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p3
The article offers information on the Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate (CDID), an organization within the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCOE) of the U.S. Army primarily responsible for ensuring Soldiers retain their dominance on all future battlefields. The mission of CDID is to develop operational and organizational concepts, requirements, and integrated capabilities across maneuver formations and into the joint, interagency, and multinational arena, according to the author.


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