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FM 7-0 Training for Full Spectrum Operations. Combined Arms Center for Training BG Abe Abrams. FM 7-0 Staffing. 2006. 2007. 2008. Feb 07 1 st Draft Staffed. May 06 Issue Paper #1 Revision Concept. Dec 07 – Jan 08 PME Student Survey. June 07 2 nd Draft Staffed. Sep 07 CSA

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FM 7-0 Training for Full Spectrum Operations

Combined Arms Center for Training

BG Abe Abrams

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FM 7-0 Staffing

2006

2007

2008

Feb 07

1st Draft Staffed

May 06

Issue Paper #1

Revision Concept

Dec 07 – Jan 08

PME Student Survey

June 07

2nd Draft Staffed

Sep 07

CSA

Update

Aug 07

VCSA

Update

July 08

ATLDC

May 06

Issue Paper #2

Principles of Training

Feb 08 - 4-star conf.

(FM 7-0 review)

CADD edit

Mar 07

TDCC IV

Nov 07

4-star review

Sep 06

Issue Paper #3

(Training & Leader Development)

Mar 08

CSA Focus Group

(AWC & ILE/SAMS)

APD edit

April 08

3-star conference

Joint GO conference

Dec 07

CSA update

May 08

CSA Final Review

June 07

TLGOSC

June 08

Army-wide staffing

Dec 06

Issue Paper #4

(Training to

Conduct FSO)

FM 7-0

Published

Roadshow

May - August

July - Dec

July - Dec

Jan - June

Jan - June

May - Dec

Rewrite

Process

Similar to

FM 3-0

Blue = future events

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concept

Army Training

Network (TKN)

Concept
  • Development Guidance . . .
  • Ensure it applies to the entire Army
  • Reduce the size
  • Focus on the principles
  • Move Tactics, Techniques, & Procedures to FM 7-1
  • Make FM 7-1 web-based
  • Address generating force support to operating force

Consolidated

TRAINING FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS

The ‘What’ of Training

60 pages

122 pages

Tactics,

Techniques

& Procedures

  • Doctrine
  • Examples
  • Best practices
  • Easily updated
  • Collaboratively
  • Reviewed, as needed
  • Solutions to
  • training challenges

The ‘How To’ of Training

243 pages

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The BIG Ideas

  • Principles: Train as You Will Fight
    • “Fight” includes lethal/nonlethal
    • Develop agile leaders, comfortable with ambiguity
  • Change The Army’s Training Mindset (Training is Different)
    • Driven by FM 3-0 Operations
    • No return to a strict focus on major combat operations – offense and defense
    • Train an expeditionary Army; develop agile leaders
    • Train for full spectrum operations as depicted by the Aim Point
    • Training must focus on most important tasks
  • Core Mission Essential Task List
    • CMETL establishes training focus before a unit trains for a directed mission
    • CMETL constant, but training conditions and supporting tasks to be trained based on single operational theme

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The BIG Ideas

  • Directed METL
    • DMETL establishes training focus for a unit’s directed mission
    • DMETL conditions and supporting tasks to be trained based on the conditions for the directed mission
    • Core METL is a start point for developing DMETL
  • Commanders’ Dialogue
    • Between commanders before conducting the training briefing and finalizing the contract
    • Clarify expectations and requirements
      • Specific collective tasks to train
      • Conditions for training tasks
      • Resources required for training
      • Higher assumes risk on those tasks not to
      • be trained
  • Flexibility for Commanders
    • Commanders determine the time & frequency of training management events

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Other Changes

  • NEW concepts:
  • Training the Modular Force
    • Design may require outside expertise
    • Training relationships
  • ARFORGEN concept
  • Gaming & Live-Virtual-Constructive Training Environment
  • CTCs as a “bridge” between Generating Force and Operating Force
  • Generating force support to units
  • CHANGED concepts:
  • Principles of training; added tenets
  • Training management model
  • More discussion of training domains, leader development, and Civilian Education System
  • Battle Command training
  • Crawl-walk-run

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