Project Greenbook focuses on making more effective Soldiers and leaders

By Spc. Adeline WitherspoonAugust 31, 2018

Retired Army Col. Trey Johnson, the U.S. Army Pacific Project Greenbook lead talks to Soldiers at the Eighth Army headquarters, Camp Humphreys, South Korea, July 12. Johnson spoke about U.S. Army Pacific's Project Greenbook, a training initiative designed to develop more resilient, adaptive and innovative Soldiers and leaders.
Johnson said he could see Project Greenbook being especially relevant to units in South Korea, where many Soldiers serve a one-year tour. He thinks this program could decrease the time it takes to familiarize and train new Soldiers, increasing their overall effectiveness.
(U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Adeline Witherspoon)
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Retired Army Col. Trey Johnson, the U.S. Army Pacific Project Greenbook lead talks to Soldiers at the Eighth Army headquarters, Camp Humphreys, South Korea, July 12. Johnson spoke about U.S. Army Pacific's Project Greenbook, a training initiative designed to develop more resilient, adaptive and innovative Soldiers and leaders. Johnson said he could see Project Greenbook being especially relevant to units in South Korea, where many Soldiers serve a one-year tour. He thinks this program could decrease the time it takes to familiarize and train new Soldiers, increasing their overall effectiveness. (U.S. Army photo by Pfc. Adeline Witherspoon) (Photo Credit: Spc. Adeline Witherspoon) VIEW ORIGINAL