Planning Challenging, Realistic Training at the Battalion Level

Benfield, Paul
July 2009
Infantry;Jul2009, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p38
The article discusses the training session planned by the 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment of the U.S. militar. Planning for the platoon-level training involved the battalion S3 for the training concept, the battalion S2 for the script, and the battalion S4 for the support plan. The training was ensured to be multi-tiered providing training opportunities not just for the platoon level but for the battalion and company levels as well.


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