National Guard Zombie Training: 13 Cool Things You Should Know

Does the United States Army know something that we as citizens have not been made aware of? Is it just an elaborate joke or prank? Is the Army National Guard actually training for a possible zombie apocalypse? The answers inContinue reading… National Guard Zombie Training: 13 Cool Things You Should Know

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TC-AIMS II: Transportation Coordinators’ – Automated Information for Movement Systems II

In today’s post, we are going to discover some of the main points that you should know about TC-AIMS II (Transportation Coordinators’ – Automated Information for Movement Systems II). This is the automated system used to manage the complete movementContinue reading… TC-AIMS II: Transportation Coordinators’ – Automated Information for Movement Systems II

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National Guard Disaster Response Mission: What You Should Know

The National Guard has a critical role in assisting local authorities with disaster response efforts.  This could include natural events such as tornadoes, floods, tsunamis, hurricanes, snow storms, or any other local emergency.  The National Guard is not normally usedContinue reading… National Guard Disaster Response Mission: What You Should Know

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Common Mission Planning Mistakes by Military Leaders

When it comes to mission planning, many military leaders make mistakes that could, and should be avoided.  In the paragraphs below, I would like to share some of the most common mistakes that military leaders make when planning missions.  I’llContinue reading… Common Mission Planning Mistakes by Military Leaders

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The One Thirds Two Thirds 1/3 – 2/3 Rule for Military Leaders

The One Thirds Two Thirds Rule is an important rule for military leaders to follow when it comes to mission planning.  The 1/3 – 2/3 rule states that a military leader should not spend more than 1/3 of the timeContinue reading… The One Thirds Two Thirds 1/3 – 2/3 Rule for Military Leaders

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