Noncommissioned Officer Training and a Army of Preparation

Metheny, Timothy L.
July 2014
Cavalry & Armor Journal;Jul-Sep2014, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p5
The article discusses the changes in the way the U.S. Army conduct training and in the way they educate their military experts. Topics mentioned include the goal of the Advanced Leader Course and the Maneuver Senior Leader's Course, the DFA Form 1059 Academic Evaluation Report given to all students, and the implementation of the principles of the Adaptive Soldier-Leader Training and Education methodology.


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