Training Plans have long been used in the United States military to prepare for combat and other missions.
But the Pentagon is now trying to expand its use, with a 5k plan being developed to be the U,S.
Army’s official military training program for the coming year.
The 5k program is part of the Army’s plan to equip the U’s infantry and cavalry with a higher level of readiness to fight against the challenges of the 21st century.
This new training program is designed to equip soldiers and veterans with the skills and skills-training needed to adapt to any situation.
It will be modeled after the Army Ranger Course, which is a similar course that has been used since World War II.
The Army has also developed a training plan for the Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard.
The Army’s 5k course will consist of three 15-minute sessions and a two-hour team class.
This will provide a solid foundation for the training and allows the military to rapidly develop and deploy the skills needed to deal with the changing challenges of war.
“We are not just focusing on the infantry and the cavalry, but we are looking at everything from the artillery to the infantry,” Lt.
Gen. Jeffrey F. Lewis, the Army Combat Development Command’s top officer for the Army, told reporters Thursday.
The training plan is a combination of the Ranger course, which has been the Army military’s official training for over a century, and the Army Officer Development Course.
This course, Lewis said, is designed for soldiers and military veterans who want to better prepare for the threats of war and the challenges they face.
“There are not many of us who are really prepared for combat,” Lewis said.
“So we need to do everything we can to prepare them, to make sure that they are prepared to fight.”
For example, Lewis mentioned the recent war in Afghanistan as an example of how a training program could help prepare for war.
Lewis also said that the Army will use the 5k class to develop a “long-term plan” to better train soldiers for the next 10 years.