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The Army Doctrine and Training Bulletin (French edition) back issues
Directorate of Army Training update: it is all about reconstitution: the support-reconstitution and training phases of ATOF.(Army Training and Operations Framework)
September 22, 2003... The following is a letter home from a young officer: 1 September 2004 Dear Mom and Dad, I thought I'd write about my first year at the battalion. Things were not quite what I expected. I arrived and reported in to battalion headquarters to the Adjutant. Or I would have, if he...
From the Directorate of Army Doctrine: the future battlegroup in operations.
September 22, 2003... INTRODUCTION--GENERAL The further back you go, the less useful military history becomes.... We are in no position to apply [it] to the wholly different means we use today. (1) DIMESIONS OF MODERN WARFARE Twenty-first century warfare, or warfare in the information...
Army transformation: punching above our weight.
September 22, 2003... Army Transformation is an exciting and fast moving opportunity that will touch every soldier (I use the term to cover all of us in the Land Force who wear our nation's uniform) and civilian in the Land Force team. It is a change that will see the implementation of the Army Vision and Army...
A note from the managing editor.
September 22, 2003... Sixty years ago this year, our forebears in the Canadian Army waded ashore Juno Beach and began what has become an almost mythological event in the history of our Army: the Normandy Campaign. The Army Doctrine and Training Bulletin will help to recognize this important feat of Canadian arms...
A part of our history.
September 22, 2003... A soldier from the First Canadian Division stands watch over the English Coast as part of the Home Defence Forces during 1942. (Image Courtesy Canadian War Museum Collection) A Paratrooper from 1 Canadian Parachute Battalion sits waiting for a training jump somewhere in England...