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Planning Reserve Sub-Unit Collective Training (CT)

March 22, 2023

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If troops are idle, last-minute lesson assignments are common, and you find yourself with inadequate time for battle procedure or random events muscling in on your unit schedule, it is possible that your training planning process needs a reboot. Planning good training is possible (and essential!) for Class A units, even in a unit that is well short of its established complement of officers and NCOs. It takes work, but it is a key chain of command responsibility and not something to delegate to the full-time support staff. Good early planning will pay dividends during the busy training year.

Not all units plan training poorly, but few do it consistently very well. This article will describe one way to plan ARes training. While this article is targeted at OCs, it may also be useful for other Coy/Sqn/Bty staff as well as unit Ops and Commanding Officers.

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