U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command

Established 1 July 1973, the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) is a command of the United States Army headquartered at Fort Eustis, Virginia. It is charged with overseeing training of Army forces and the development of operational doctrine. TRADOC operates 37 schools and centers at 27 different locations. TRADOC schools conduct 1,304 courses and 108 language courses. The 1,304 courses include 516,000 seats (resident, on-site and distributed learning) for 443,231 soldiers; 36,145 other-service personnel; 8,314 international soldiers; and 28,310 civilians.

Continue on for the U.S. Army TRADOC Mad Scientist Sci-Fi Stories - Executive Summary and a link to the full document.

"The Operational Environment and the Changing Character of Future Warfare" - Continue on for the full TRADOC G-2 assessment / estimate.

Continue on for links to the 25-26 July conference agenda and bios as well as info on the 24-28 July crowd sourcing event.

Continue on for information on the 25-26 July Mad Scientist Conference and on how to watch the live-stream.

"The Russian Way of War: Force Structure, Tactics, and the Modernization of the Russian Ground Forces" by Lester W. Grau and Charles K. Bartles - TRADOC G-2 Foreign Military Studies...

Continue on for more information. The topic is "warfare in 2030-2050". Submission deadline is 15 February.