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What does ADP 7-0 cover?

Sergeant Major, ADPT 7-0 covers Training Units and Developing Leaders

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What ADP Covers Training Units and Developing Leaders?

Sergeant Major, ADP 7-0 Covers Training Units and Developing Leaders

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What is the Army’s life-blood?

Sergeant Major, Unit Training and Leader Development is the Army's Life blood.

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What are the three training domains the Army uses?

Sergeant Major, the three training domains are Institutional 2. Operational 3. Self-Development

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Who is responsible for training units and developing leaders?

Sergeant major, the Commander is responsible for training units and developing leaders

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Where does training begin for Soldiers?

Sergeant Major, Training begins in the Generating Force

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Soldiers and Leaders should Train to Master what?

Sergeant Major, leaders should train to master both the Individual and Unit Collective Tasks that Support the Unit’s Mission-Essential Tasks

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Who must Train as part of a Combined Arms Team?

Sergeant Major, Individuals, Teams, Sections, and Units Train to Standard as part of a Combined Arms Team

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What Training Events or Events link together as a Comprehensive Progressive and Sequential Training and Leader Development Program, providing the Experiences necessary for Building Ready Units?

Sergeant Major, Major Training Events, Combat Training Center Exercises, and Operational Deployments link together as a Comprehensive Progressive and Sequential Training and Leader Development Program

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What must Commanders do to ensure Leaders can Meet the Prerequisites to Attend and get the most benefit from Institutional Training?

Sergeant Major, Unit Commanders must Allocate Time during Operational Assignments

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Who supports both the Operating and Generating forces?

Sergeant Major, Army Civilians supports operating and generating forces.

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What is the Major benefit to having Army Civilians Supporting our Forces?

Sergeant Major, Army Civilians provide the Skills and Continuity Essential to the functioning of Army Organizations and Programs

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What is considered as Important as Institutional Training and Operational Assignments?

Sergeant Major, Self Development is considered as Important as Institutional Training and Operational Assignment

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Who is responsible for Self-Development Training?

Sergeant Major, Self-Development is a Personal Responsibility

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What is the purpose of Self-Development?

Sergeant Major, Self-Development Enhances Qualifications for a current Position or helps prepare an Individual for Future Positions

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Why does the Army Train?

Sergeant Major, The Army Trains to provide Ready Forces to Combatant Commanders Worldwide

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Why do Units Train?

Units Train in Garrison and while Deployed to prepare for their Mission and Adapt their Capabilities to any changes in an Operational Environment

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What is the Institutional Training Domain?

The Army’s Institutional Training and Education System which includes Training Base Centers and Schools that provide Initial Training and subsequent Professional Military Education for Soldiers, Military Leaders and Army Civilians.

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What is the Operational Training Domain?

Sergeant Major, It is Training that Organizations conduct at Home Stations, Maneuver Combat Training Centers, during Joint Exercises, at Mobilization Centers and while Operationally Deployed

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What is the Self-Development Training domain?

Sergeant Major, It is Goal Oriented Learning that reinforces and expands the Knowledge Base, Self-Awareness, and Situational Awareness and it Compliments Institutional and Operational Learning and Enhances Professional Competence and Professionalism

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What Integrates and Synchronizes the skills learned at the Individual Skill Level?

Sergeant Major, Collective Training Integrates and Synchronizes the skills learned at the Individual Skill Level

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What does Training in Units Focuses on?

Sergeant Major, training in units focuses on Improving Unit, Soldier, and Leader Proficiencies

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What compliments Training, Education, and Experiences gained in both Schools and Unit Assignments?

Sergeant Major, Structured, Guided, and Individualized Self-Development Programs compliments Training, Education, and Experiences gained in both Schools and Unit Assignments

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What is a Continuous and Progressive process, spanning a Leader's Entire Career?

Sergeant Major, Leader Development is a Continuous and Progressive process, spanning a Leader's Entire Career

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What is the Army Committed to?

Sergeant Major, The Army is committed to Training, Educating, and Developing its Leaders

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What develops Leaders and Prepares them for Assignments of Increased Responsibility?

Sergeant Major, Training, Education, and Experience in the Schools and Units develops Leaders and Prepares them for Assignments of Increased Responsibility

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What is Essential to Unit Readiness and Successful Deployments?

Sergeant Major, Competent and Confident Leaders is Essential to Unit Readiness and Successful Deployments

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Who is responsible for Ensuring their Units are capable of Performing their Missions?

Sergeant Major, Commanders are responsible for Ensuring their Units are capable of Performing their Missions

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Can Commanders delegate the Responsibility of ensuring Units are Capable of Performing their Missions?

Sergeant Major, No Commanders cannot delegate the Responsibility of ensuring Units are Capable of Performing their Missions

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What does the Acronym TADSS stand for?

Sergeant Major, TADSS stands for Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations