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Vision

Create an environment of innovation where risk taking for dynamic change in Army learning is rewarded, continuously responding to an era of unknown yet persistent conflict.

TADLP Overview

Today’s Soldiers, Leaders, and Army Civilians find themselves in situations that are more uncertain, complex and competitive. Their ability to survive and win America’s wars is dependent on the ability of the training and education community to provide instructional models that are rapidly adaptable to changing mission requirements and use current and emerging technologies and devices.

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Key Components:

  • Digital Training Facility (DTF)
  • Courseware
  • Army Learning Management System (ALMS)
  • Deployed Digital Training Campus (DDTC)
  • Classroom XXI (CRXXI)

Background:

  • Program approved by the Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA) in 1996.
  • Commanding General (CG) of Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) was appointed the Executive Agent (EA) for TADLP.
  • The TRADOC Capability Manager is chartered by the CG TRADOC as the full-line authority for the centralized management and integration of TADLP.
Last Reviewed: 1/3/2019 9:33:22 AM