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Education and Training of Army

 

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Chapter

First part : 3 : 5

Observed lessons

  • In war, soldiers die from inability and are defeated by the unfamiliar.
  • Training of soldiers is an essentially high priority.
  • Only when they can move precisely to order should you give them weapons.
  • Train soldiers to train others and you will soon train the army.
  • When the enemy is tired and hungry, be fresh and fed.

Discussion

In many organizations training is the first thing to be cut when times are tight. In armies, failing to train your troops to the highest level is to risk their lives and risk losing battles.

When training people to train others, ensure they have high enough skills to sustain the quality of learning. Cascaded training fails when each level ends up with successively less accurate knowledge and skill.

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Learning

 

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