Posted on Jul 27, 2014
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The new Army publication system that's been around for about 3 years but is beginning to be emplimented throughout the force now
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It’s important to understand the relationship between the ADP, ADRP and UTM on ATN.

Both the ADP and ADRP represent the doctrinal foundations of ‘what’ Army training and leader development is. These two documents replace some of the old FMs.

UTM on ATN represents the ‘how-to’ details of those processes.

UTM is written by the same authors of the ADP and ADRP.

In the past few years, the Army has developed several key, web-based tools that are now integral to the training management processes – like the Digital Training Management Processes (DTMS), the Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS) and the HQ DA Standardized METLs. To ensure that these web-based tools are current and accurately representative of the doctrine – they are updated and improved continuously. That’s why UTM is not doctrine – to remain flexible and adaptable with the tools, but fully representative of the doctrine.
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1SG Mike Case
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http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/Doctrine2015/Repository/Army%20Doctrine%20Update%201-12_16%20Dec%202011.pdf

An ADP contains fundamental doctrinal principles and and explain how those principles support national objectives.

An ADRP elaborate on those fundamental policies described in the ADP.
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SSG Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems Specialist
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I asked because they seem to cover the same overall information
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1SG Mike Case
1SG Mike Case
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Well think of the ADP of the broad idea that the ADP covers. The ADRP is the in-depth version of the ADP. So they do cover the same information, one is just more detailed than the other.
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Kathy Strand
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I believe the reference, Doctrine Update, 1-12, has been moved. Here's the new location. http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/adp/Repository/Army%20Doctrine%20Update%201-12_16%20Dec%202011.pdf
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Ronald Capps
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Great question and good train-up from the reply's. Am sharing with the Civilians in my office.
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