Mental Training for Combat Engineers: From the classroom to the Battlefield

Hite, Brian C.
July 2008
Engineer;Jul-Dec2008, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p23
Trade Publication
The article discusses mental training to prepare combat engineers in the U.S. The Army introduces a program, the Army Center for Enhanced Performance (ACEP) which deals with the mental and emotional aspects of the combat engineers' performance. The program aims to improve soldiers' performance through its concepts and techniques that promotes confidence or improve attention.


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