Army Training Network set to launch
USArmy | April 20, 2009 at 08:36 amby
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The Army is set to launch it's online "Army Training Network" with the mission of becoming the one-stop shot and information source for Army training.
"ATN is about the ability of trainers and educators to go to one spot where they can talk over their problems. If you want to know about training, you come here," said Jimmy Davis, ATN government team leader.
The ATN Web site has the most current training doctrine available, Field Manual 7-0, Training for Full Spectrum Operations, published in December 2008. Online "Training Management How-To" and "Training Solutions" in ATN replace the hardcopy FM 7-1, Battle Focused Training.
"The thing about ATN is that it's live, it's current, it's now, unlike the two-dimensional documents that the Army has operated with for so many years," said Bill Brosnan, ATN contractor team leader.
Davis and his small team of contractors have a combined almost 100 years of Army experience, at both the officer and noncommissioned officer levels, and in fields such as aviation, field artillery and military intelligence.
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