GCSS Army

GCSS Army

GCSS-Army is the Army’s one-stop logistics system that offers commanders equipment readiness and financial data. The system integrates and consolidates Army legacy systems into a modern, user friendly single web based system that can be accessed from anywhere with Internet access. Unlike previous systems, GCSS-Army does not require reconciliations for all open requisitions (PRs). The … Read more

What is USMC OCS Graduation Program?

What is USMC OCS Graduation Program

The OCS graduation ceremony is one of the biggest events that a candidate goes through. It is a day where their loved ones celebrate their hard work and accomplishment as a Marine Officer. It is a day that they will remember for the rest of their lives. The course is either a 10-week course (PLC … Read more

The Most Essential Army Publications

The Army operates on doctrine and regulations, which are outlined in manuals. These manuals help leaders communicate their mission and responsibilities to Soldiers. In his book Political Man, Seymour Lipset formally examines traditional theories of how societies modernize. His approach enables us to better understand how evolving relevant operational or mission variables affect our military … Read more

U.S. Army Fort Jackson

U.S. Army Fort Jackson

Fort Jackson is best known for being the Army’s training base. It trains 50% of the nation’s new soldiers each year. It covers over 43,000 acres with more than 1,000 buildings. There are over 11,250 active duty Soldiers, civilians, and retirees that call this area home. The majority of these families live in on-post housing. … Read more

Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squadron Leaders

Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squadron Leaders

Patrols are missions to gather information, conduct combat operations, or establish a presence in an area of operation. Successful execution of these tasks demands detailed preparation. Essential and supporting tasks include: The leader physically reconnoiters routes whenever possible. Leadership The PL is responsible for the tactical direction of the platoon. He sets the example and … Read more

ATRRS Course Catalog

Course catalogs help the Army keep track of training classes. They provide information on course prerequisites, seat allocations, and training records. They also help the Army determine how many soldiers it needs to enroll in each class. To access the Army’s Course Catalog, you must have a government-registered computer with CAC installed. You must also … Read more

FM 4-25.11

FM 4-25.11

Field Manual FM 4-25.11, also known as the First Aid manual, is a critical resource for military personnel, healthcare providers, and anyone else who may be called upon to provide first aid in various situations. The manual provides comprehensive guidance on the principles of first aid and the assessment and treatment of a range of … Read more

FM 3-39

FM 3-39

U.S. Army Field Manual FM 3-39, the Military Police Operations manual, is a critical resource for military police officers, trainers, and leaders. The manual provides comprehensive guidance on the roles, responsibilities, and operations of military police forces in a variety of situations, including both combat and non-combat operations. The manual covers various topics, including the … Read more

FM 3-25.26

FM 3-25.26

U.S. Army Field Manual FM 3-25.26, also known as the Map Reading and Land Navigation manual, is an essential resource for U.S. Army soldiers, trainers, and leaders. This manual provides comprehensive guidance on map reading and land navigation, which are critical skills for soldiers to master in order to operate effectively in the field. The … Read more

FM 3-22.9

FM 3-22.9

Army Field Manual FM 3-22.9 is a U.S. Army manual that provides guidance on rifle marksmanship. Its full title is “Rifle Marksmanship M16-/M4-Series Weapons,” and it is also commonly referred to as simply “FM 3-22.9” or “the marksmanship manual.” The manual covers a wide range of topics related to rifle marksmanship, including marksmanship fundamentals, rifle … Read more