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What is the Army training management cycle?

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The Army training management cycle is a process used by the U.S. military to train soldiers to accomplish different goals during wartime. The cycle breaks down into three primary phases: to assess, plan and execute in accordance with the mission essential task list.

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The tasks considered mission-essential and that the training management cycle helps soldiers prepare for include responding to crises, shaping security environments, conducting operations for forcible entry, mobilization, land operations domination and supporting civil authorities.

The specific tasks for which the Army training management cycle trains soldiers depend on the specific operational wartime plans. While the mission essential task list is not constrained by the availability of resources, specific resources for training are limited and must compete with other requirements and missions. Leaders use the Army training management cycle and available resources to develop near-term, short-range and long-range training plans to develop soldier proficiency towards specific tasks. After soldiers complete most of the cycle by preparing, conducting and recovering from their training, they must complete training evaluations to offer feedback to the senior commander. This feedback of the organizational assessment is vital in utilizing input from the bottom up to improve the Army training management cycle for future assessments.

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