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Army Training and Doctrine Command Says Climate Change Will Shape Future Operating Environment

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U.S. Army Service members return toU.S. Virgin Islands to assist with disaster relief operations in response to hurricanes Irma and Maria, Sept. 23, 2017

By John Conger

As the U.S. Army prepares troops for the future of warfare, it has, without question, a lot on its plate.  Complicating that picture for the Army is climate change. The Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), which as its name implies is responsible for overseeing training and operational doctrine development for the Army, affirmed at a recent conference that it sees climate change as a key factor influencing how and where the Army will fight.

As reported by the Army Times: (more…)