Initial evaluation of a U.S. Army training need

Initial evaluation of a U.S. Army training need

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During recent interviews with U.S. Army commanders, researchers from the U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences learned of a critical requirement for training to support missions aimed at developing and supporting legitimate host-nation governance (HNG). Unfortunately, such training is not currently available. Therefore, the primary purposes of this report were to document the Army's need for governance-related training and provide a tool to aid upcoming efforts to address that need. Through interviews with Soldiers and leaders, we confirmed the training needs initially communicated to us, and learned of the governance activities of Soldiers at squad, platoon, company, and battalion levels. Through a review of recent Army Field Manuals 3-24, 3-07, and 3-24.2, we demonstrated that doctrine has provided an extensive framework upon which governance training can be developed. Through a review of academic and non-governmental literature, we identified commonly used indicators of governance and made note of important considerations for their use. We conclude our report with a preliminary research plan with which we will pursue the development of training that will prepare Soldiers to develop, enhance, and support local level HNG.... develop, enhance, and support local level host-nation governance Jeffrey E. Fite, John T. Breidert, Scott B. Shadrick, U.S. Army ... It was also recommended that continuity books be more effectively utilized for training purposes, especially foranbsp;...


Title:Initial evaluation of a U.S. Army training need
Author: Jeffrey E. Fite, John T. Breidert, Scott B. Shadrick, U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Publisher: - 2009
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