Tags » Military Training

Not Ready For A Real War

By William R. Hawkins ~

While on his way to the African Land Forces Summit in Tanzania last weekend, Gen. Mark A. Milley, the U.S. Army Chief of Staff, complained that “Today, a Major in the Army knows nothing but fighting terrorists and guerrillas, because he came into the Army after 9/11. 1,360 more words

Public Opinion

Why The World Needs More Nato Training

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization or NATO continues to help militaries around the world fight global terrorism and keep the peace through various methods. One of these methods the organization employs is training forces. 286 more words

Military Training

A Leadership Framework at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

Research Paper Title

Sandhurst Occasional Papers No.20.

Be, Know or Do? An Analysis of the Optimal Balance of the Be, Know, Do Leadership Framework in Future Training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. 331 more words

Military Leadership

Combat Effectiveness: Leadership & Troop Quality

Research Paper Title

Soldier Capability – Army Combat Effectiveness (SCACE): Volume III, Historical Combat Data and Analysis.

Abstract

This study included:

  • A survey of historical literature related to troop quality and capability;
  • 295 more words
Military Leadership

Pentagon opposes Republican claims that protecting birds reduces military readiness


Guess this is enough to scare today’s Republican

House Democrats…released letters from Pentagon officials that they said should put an end to “silly speculation” generated by Republicans that protecting a bird known as the greater sage-grouse could hamstring the U.S.

195 more words
Politics

An Historic Evaluation of the RAAF's Navigator Course (1990)

Research Paper Title

A Study to Evaluate the Syllabus of Training for the Royal Australian Air Force Navigator Course.

Background

The primary aim of the thesis was to address a need for an independent evaluation of the RAAF Navigator Course which was expressed by staff officers in Air Force Office in early 1989. 348 more words

Military Training

What is the Objective of Military Training?

“The definition of military training is success in battle. In my opinion, that is the only objective of military training.”

Lieutenant General Louis Burwell “Chesty” Puller (26 June 1898 to 11 October 1971) was a US Marine Corps Lieutenant General who fought guerrillas in Haiti and Nicaragua, and fought in World War II and the Korean War. 12 more words

Quotes