TRADOC News Features
Maj. Edward Jarrett, U.S. Army Engineer School executive officer, right, performs goblet squats with trainees assigned to Company D, 31st Engineer Battalion. The company is piloting a new concept in physical readiness called the Strength Training Program, which is designed to reduce injuries throughout Basic Combat Training
FLW's 31st Engineers pilot new strength-based physical readiness program
By Brian Hill | Dec. 5, 2019
Company D, 31st Engineer Battalion, at Fort Leonard Wood is one of a small handful of training units piloting a new concept in physical readiness mirrored on characteristics of the new Army Combat Fitness Test.

A Soldier with 2nd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment works with a newly installed component of MAPS GEN I at Rose Barracks, Germany. Members of PM PNT worked with a team of stakeholders to install the new system on Stryker vehicles so that Soldiers could use and provide feedback on the equipment
Investing in the Future
By John Higgins & Caitlin O'Neil | Dec. 5, 2019
Fortification is key for the military. Fortification ensures not only mission success, but even more critically, that Soldiers come home. For that reason, vehicles are armored, walls are reinforced and surveillance equipment is deployed. Navigation systems get fortified, too: GPS, which can be the cornerstone of navigation during military operations, has been an important tool in a Soldier’s toolkit for nearly 20 years, and is fortified through assured position, navigation and timing (APNT). A new suite of equipment that provides APNT was shepherded to Germany by members of the Project Manager for Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PM PNT) in early September.

The homepage of the World Campus is produced to enhance the professional life-long learning capabilities serving Soldiers across the world where they serve at the click of the mouse, Nov. 25.
NCOLCoE Launches World Campus
By Danielle O'Donnell | Dec. 5, 2019
Noncommissioned Leadership Center of Excellence, or NCOLCoE, introduces a student-centric, educational and web-based platform known as the NCOLCoE World Campus, on Nov. 25.