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Edition: Thu, April 17, 2008
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SENIOR LEADERS ARE SAYING

"This is a tough time for the Army. But our Soldiers and Families are extraordinarily selfless, mission-focused folks. It is an honor to be around them, and it's our responsibility to take care of them."

-Secretary of the Army Pete Geren

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TODAY'S FOCUS

Unit Combined Arms Training Strategies

What is it?

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS) are a Department of the Army-funded program that offers collective training strategies to help tactical unit leaders build readiness rapidly.

What has the Army done?

To date, the Army has developed 433 CATS from platoon through brigade combat team levels for both the active and reserve components. In addition, six generic CATS, called functional CATS, have been developed for use by any unit requiring training plans in the following areas: stability operations, urban operations, deployment, command and control, force protection and air assault operations.

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Information Papers with " 2008 Army Posture Statement"

INFORMATION YOU CAN USE

- 2008 Strategic Communication Guide - Read the 2008 Army Strategic Communication Guide for key messages and updates

- Strategic Communication Coordination Group (SCCG) Workspace

- Army Public Affairs Portal

- Stories of Valor

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