Apple version of popular ATN2GO Army training app requires new download
August 29, 2011
FORT LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- The Apple version of the U.S. Army's popular Army Training Network 2GO, or ATN2GO, training app expired Aug. 25. Apple users will need to download and install the updated software, which is now available from the Army Training Network.
TAKING TRAINING TO THE SOLDIER
While the Army Training Network originally was created as a resource for Army trainers and educators, it's developed into a centralized location for training management tools, videos and models, manuals and other training tools that Soldiers, commanders and others across the Army can use. And new content is being added every day -- both by the Army and by individual trainers.
To make ATN even more accessible, the Combined Arms Center-Training introduced ATN2GO, a stand-alone mobile application that can be downloaded to an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android phone. The Apple and Android versions of ATN2GO have been downloaded nearly 8,000 times since they were introduced a year ago.
With ATN2GO, you can watch selected ATN training videos and use other popular ATN training tools and resources -- even when Internet access isn't available. ATN2GO also includes training resources from the Army's Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care system, the Center for Amy Lessons Learned, the Army Chaplaincy, and Traumatic Brain Injury information from the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center.
Part of the Training and Doctrine Command, the U.S. Army's Combined Arms Center-Training delivers training programs, products and services to leaders and units in support of Army readiness. Wherever Army training occurs, the Combined Arms Center-Training helps make it happen.
To learn more about the Combined Arms Center-Training, visit http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/cac-t/, www.facebook.com/usacactraining or www.twitter.com/usacactraining.