978-0-16-077797-4 / 9780160777974

The History of the U.S. Army Battle Command Training Program, 1986-2003


Publisher:United States Dept. of Defense



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This book provides a description and organizational history of the Battle Command Training Program (BCTP) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. The capstone of the U.S. Armys Combat Training Centers, BCTP uses battle simulation to train commanders and their staffs from the echelon above corps through the brigade level. Using a variety of mid- to high-intensity worldwide scenarios, the program seeks to improve battlefield command and control by providing stressful and realistic combined-arms training in a rigorous combat environment. The book describes the programs basic components and methodology, tracing their origins and how they were synthesized in BCTP. The book also traces the significant changes in the program since it became operational in late 1987, as well as its role in various U.S. military operations in the last decade and a half.



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