CONARC Training Workshop, Fort Gordon, Georgia, 5-7 October 1971. Volume I. General: Opening, Closing, and Dinner Sessions.
CONTINENTAL ARMY COMMAND FORT MONROE VA
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The CONARC Training Workshop was conducted at the Southeastern Signal School, Ft Gordon, Georgia, 5-7 October 1971 Appendix A and B. The purpose of the workshop was to foster an extensive interchange of ideas concerning advances and innovations in training practices and technology relevant to CONARCs training activities in keeping with the requirements established by the Haines Board and CONARC DOIEA Conference. The US Army, US Navy, US Marines, US Coast Guard, US Air Force, other governmental agencies, along with members of civilian academic communities, were represented at the workshop. There were 265 registered participants, 80 speakers and 35 USASESS workshop staff. Analysis of the comments and suggestions provided by those attending the workshop indicated that the purpose of the workshop was achieved with a strong endorsement to have similar workshops in the future. Fort Gordon and the Southeastern Signal School were highly commended for the support they provided the conference. This final report along with related papers that may be developed, will serve as a basis for workshops to be conducted in the future. Author
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