Martin Dempsey

General Martin E. Dempsey assumed duty as the Army’s 37th Chief of Staff on 11 April 2011. During his previous 36 years of service, General Dempsey has served in a variety of professionally rewarding and developmental positions across the Army in both the generating and operating force.

Speaking at Duke University 12 Jan 2012

After almost a decade of war and in an era of persistent conflict, I think it's important that we take some time to be introspective and think about what it means to be a part of a profession. As...

The past 8+ years of war has taught us many things as an Army. One particular lesson we've learned is that decentralized threats are best countered by also decentralizing our own capabilities. To...

In my last SWJ blog entry, I introduced the Army Learning Concept 2015 being "championed" by the TRADOC G3. Following up on that post, I want to briefly highlight our discussions on this subject...

Army Learning Concept for 2015 - Thinking Soldiers -- Learning Army!! The operational environment is exceptionally complex with an expanding array of threats. Increased competitiveness is the norm...

General Martin E. Dempsey is the Commanding General of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). This is a repost from TRADOC live. Two months ago, TRADOC published a major revision...