By Col. Todd A. Heussner, Lt. Col. Todd J. Fish, and Maj. Shane M. Upton
April 30, 2015
The Army has seen, and will continue to see, reduced funding as it transitions from simultaneous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and deal with the fiscal challenges of our nation. These cuts force leaders to re-examine their training strategies as they work to maintain tactical excellence in an era of fiscal austerity.
Sustainment units can fulfill training requirements by participating in their supported units' training, both at home station and at the combat training centers (CTCs). Executing a training center rotation with habitually and geographically assigned units, from forward support companies all the way up to a sustainment brigade, ensures unity of effort and facilitates the development of the entire sustainment team.
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