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Army Training Network

Monday July 22, 2013

What is it?

The Army Training Network, also known as ATN, is a single web-based portal for Army training resources.

What has the Army done?

ATN was created by U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Combined Arms Center-Training. A few of ATN’s major features include:

  • Unit training management (UTM)- is an online resource that provides in-depth details of the Army’s training management process found in Army Doctrine Publication/Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) 7-0 by providing a how-to of training management and leader development. UTM provides tutorials, example videos and other resources that expand on important training fundamentals. UTM can be viewed online or downloaded in modules or as a .pdf manual.

  • Direct access to training enablers - Training enablers are online tools that are essential to perform many of the training management functions discussed in ADRP 7-0. These web-based tools include the Digital Training Management System, the Combined Arms Training Strategies and Army-approved brigade and higher unit mission essential task lists.

  • Training products - ATN hosts a database of unit-developed training products, including training briefings, standard operating procedures, checklists, videos, etc., for leaders and Soldiers to view and download to facilitate or enhance training.

  • Collaboration - ATN’s many collaborative tools provide Soldiers a quick and easy way to provide input to the ATN team and share ideas across the Army.

  • Army Doctrine Publication 7-0 and Army Doctrine Reference Publication 7-0, Training Units and Developing Leaders - Both of these doctrinal manuals are available on ATN. The ADRP has embedded links, which take users to specific how-to details in unit training management.

What continued efforts does the Army have in the future?

In the long term, the Army intends to merge ATN with the Digital Training Management System, combined arms training strategies and Army-approved mission essential task lists to create a more holistic Army Training Management System. This will make using these primary systems seamless and transparent to users through the ATN portal.

Why is this important to the Army?

In a net-centric environment, the Army must be able to collaboratively share the most current training management doctrine, processes, products and data to Soldiers around the globe.


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