TRADOC News Features
Sgt. Jordan Guimont, 284th Engineer Company, performs a leg tuck repetition during the Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) training at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, Oct. 16, 2019. Guimont is one of the 225 Soldiers that Sgt. 1st Class John Santos has trained to administer the ACFT since June, 2019.
1st TSC prepares Camp Arifjan units for the Army Combat Fitness Test
By Spc. Dakota Vanidestine | Oct. 21, 2019
As incoming Soldiers at basic combat training and advanced individual training conduct the new Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), existing Soldiers throughout the Army are preparing for the new test.

Best Warrior competition poses unique challenges for Army's best
By Joe Lacdan, Army News Service | Oct. 18, 2019
When Spc. David Chambers navigated his way through the dark woods of Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, with little more than a compass to guide him, he took on a challenge that few of the 2019 Best Warrior competitors expected: completing physical and mental tests by themselves.

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The Army People Strategy
By Assistant Secretary of the Army's Manpower and Reserve Affairs | Oct. 17, 2019
The Army People Strategy is the roadmap the U.S. Army will use to build a 21st century talent-based personnel management system, reform essential quality of life programs, and build cohesive teams that are ready, professional, diverse, and integrated for the Joint Force. The Total Army will acquire, develop, employ, and retain the diversity of Soldier and Civilian talent needed to achieve Total Army readiness.
TRADOC's Mission

TRADOC executes its mission through five subordinate commands and centers:

U.S. Army Combined Arms Center

U.S. Army Recruiting Command

U.S. Army Cadet Command   

U.S. Army Initial Military Training

U.S. Army Center of Military History

TRADOC also oversees 32 Army schools organized under ten Centers of Excellence, each focused on a separate area of expertise within the Army. These centers train over 500,000 Soldiers and service members each year.

TRADOC was born of innovation and agility, and quickly adapts to shifting world, national, and institutional situations, in both peace and war. TRADOC's adaptive character and culture ensures our Army remains the nation's "force of decisive action.