FORT BRAGG, N.C. (Jan. 9, 2013) -- Brig. Gen. Charles Bailey, U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Chaplains, participated in a Training and Readiness Assessment hosted by the U.S. Army Forces Command Chaplain's Office. The gathering of key Unit Ministry Team (UMT) members -- both chaplains and chaplain assistants -- assessed the training of UMT members across the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps. Subjects discussed included the metrics and standards used to evaluate performance of critical tasks, and special skills and training needed to remain competent. Lessons learned and best practices were shared within the UMT 'community of practice,' which provides religious support to our Army.