Posted on Dec 7, 2013
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Before the war on terrorism I remember the QTRLY requirement to conduct CTT training.  Is this effort worth the time or is our future fighting force going to suffer hard realizations without it?  Will Soldiers and now newer leaders handle coping without a bunk bed or internet to fight the next major conflict?  Form what I am seeing come through the training schools I am not very confident.
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CSM Mike Maynard
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Basically, CTT was "converted" to Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills. Same concept, just more relevant than CTT tasks or maybe not based on your mission/threat.
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SFC James Baber
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SSG G,


I don't; even remember seeing any the last few years before I retired and I was on a TRADOC post until 2010. So I would say good luck, even though it should still be a required standard to be followed and implemented in quarterly training.

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I mean seriously that should really bother some senior leaders still in the service or am I just being paranoid about the possibility of a war without a FOB and the only thing we have is each other, snail mail, and crappy quarters and food.
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