The U.S. Army Basic Training Command (Battlespace) is expanding its role in providing troops with the skills and training they need to be effective in the battlefield.
Battlespace is partnering with companies such as Boeing and Northrop Grumman to offer their services to troops.
The new partnership will help them better understand their role and role-players.
“Battelspace is providing troops in all aspects of the warfighter’s training experience to better understand the capabilities and capabilities of our forces,” said Lt.
Gen. Paul Vakoch, the command’s director of operations.
Battelspace offers a suite of courses, which include basic training, weapon handling, and combat management.
The company also provides its soldiers with a variety of online courses.
Battelespace also offers a variety to its own customers, including the Army National Guard.
“We are very proud to be a part of Battelspaces Army,” said David Stuckey, vice president of sales and marketing at Boeing.
“This partnership allows us to expand our capabilities for our troops and improve our ability to train them on the battlefield and in the field.”
The company is the first of its kind to partner with the U.N. and U.K. to provide its services to the U,S.
and coalition forces in Afghanistan.
Battlestar Galactica is also a part.
Battletags Galacticas new training center is located in the city of Bagram, which is located just west of Kabul.
The facility is open to the public, but there is no official launch date yet.
Battletspace will train its soldiers on the following subjects: Combat operations and the use of aircraft, vehicles, and artillery, as well as the use and management of vehicles and equipment, including vehicles, aircraft, and missiles.
Battlopspace also has the ability to provide additional courses, including infantry training, air warfare, and cyber warfare.
“These courses are designed to help our troops improve their skills and understand the challenges they face on the frontline, as they prepare for their next deployment,” said Vakich.
“Additionally, our training centers also offer training for non-U.S.-led coalition forces, which can include special operations, counter-terrorism, and military strategy training.”
For more on Battlestars Galactics future training, read our feature on the military training site.