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Army secretary releases reduction requirement memos to improve readiness: WASHINGTON – Consistent with the new Army Vision, the Secretary of the Army has signed memorandums that modify or eliminate certain training requirements to improve the warfighting readiness and lethality of our Army. These memorandums will be captured in an Army directive that will be published this summer. This directive will ensure that existing Army directives and regulations are updated to reflect the Secretary’s guidance.

Please see links to the following Army Directives under “Related Links” below: Army Directive 2018-07, Prioritizing Efforts – Readiness and Lethality

In order to build a more capable and lethal force, Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) is reducing requirements in brigade and below units. This effort focuses on a systematic simplification, reduction, or elimination of required activities (training and non-training) which consume commanders’, leaders’, and Soldiers’ time that they might otherwise spend building and sustaining combat readiness.

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Army secretary releases reduction requirement memos to improve readiness: WASHINGTON – Consistent with the new Army Vision, the Secretary of the Army has signed memorandums that modify or eliminate certain training requirements to improve the warfighting readiness and lethality of our Army. These memorandums will be captured in an Army directive that will be published this summer. This directive will ensure that existing Army directives and regulations are updated to reflect the Secretary’s guidance.
Please see links to the following Army Directives under “Related Links” below: Army Directive 2018-07, Prioritizing Efforts – Readiness and Lethality 
In order to build a more capable and lethal force, Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) is reducing requirements in brigade and below units. This effort focuses on a systematic simplification, reduction, or elimination of required activities (training and non-training) which consume commanders’, leaders’, and Soldiers’ time that they might otherwise spend building and sustaining combat readiness.