Who approves Army military and civilian training?


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Army military training is developed and approved through the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, or TRADOC. TRADOC, currently commanded by General David G. Perkins, is responsible for designing the Army of the future, building that force through institutional training and developing adaptive and resilient leaders to overcome future adversaries.

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TRADOC uses a number of resources to access current techniques, tactics, and procedures currently being developed by Soldiers and the Department of the Army civilians engaged in conflicts and stability operations around the world. Such resources include the Asymmetric Warfare Group and the Rapid Equipping Force. These are both designed to bring new technologies and techniques to Soldiers deployed throughout the world, while transmitting lessons learned in combat back to the Army's institutional training centers.

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