Makati, Philippines (Vocus) July 1, 2010
From a man with intense military background and experiences of performing duties of an instructor, curriculum developer, and independent researcher comes a compact and valuable manual that serves as a helpful reference or supplement for military training. Author Richard J. Campbell prepares this comprehensive guide, which is designed specifically for the US Army, for purposes of Asymmetric Tactical Training that can be used by both military and civilians.
This book explores the many reasons why the US Army should improve military training. The new defense strategy, an increase in asymmetric warfare, an emphasis on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, soldier survivability, and changing soldiers’ responsibilities are some of the cited reasons that are explained in depth in this book. With these facts in mind, the book discusses, in detail, a procedure for the design, development, analysis, and presentation of Asymmetrical Tactical Training.
Also, it presents a training development process that enhances quality control and quality assurance and provides a standardized process that can be used across all three training domains. The process uses three phases of development, a classification and categorization system, and a very practical set of principles and fundamentals. It also examines several teaching and learning models that will greatly improve the teaching-learning environment.
Highlighting helpful insights on military training and featuring an extensive glossary and reference sections, Asymmetric Tactical Training will indeed be an important asset for developing real courses for real people in a number of real training environments.
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About the Author
Richard J. Campbell served in the US Army for twenty-two years and was in a motorized unit, Ranger BN, training unit, Special Forces unit (five years), and an Air Assault DIV. In the 2/75th Rangers, he earned numerous awards and was involved in joint and interagency missions. He was a Senior TAC for the 25th INF DIV Air Assault School. He acted as a shift leader for the 1st SWC, TNG GRP, SERE committee. He retired as the Operations NCO for the 101st DIV Command Group.
He earned an MA in Psychology and worked with a multidisciplinary psychiatric treatment team. He published several multidisciplinary training modules. More recently, he trained coalition forces in the Middle East on newly developed counterinsurgency tactics.
Asymmetric Tactical Training * by Richard J. Campbell
Publication Date: June 28, 2010
Picture Book; $81.99; 151 pages; 978-1-4535-1035-3
Picture Book Hardcover; $91.99; 151 pages; 978-1-4535-1036-0
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