CMH Pub 69-2-1, Paper
1991, 2005; 60 pages, appendix, illustrations, glossary, index
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The Army's Training Revolution chronicles how the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command refined, amended, and in some cases fundamentally changed the Army's training system in response to new strategic environments in the global arena. As Anne W. Chapman suggests, the Army's readiness to carry out its wartime missions is measured in terms of manpower, matériel, and training. Based on training chapters prepared for successive annual histories, informal interviews with participants in the training development process, and written materials from the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Training, Chapman's work serves as an objective reevaluation of the Army's training methods and effectiveness in responding and adapting to new doctrine, increasingly sophisticated weapons systems, and advancing technology.