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Training & Education 'AS-IS' Activity Models
MARINE CORPS COMBAT DEVELOPMENT COMMAND QUANTICO VA
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The AD-IS activity models represent current business processes associated with the Marine Corps activity DevelopModifyConduct Training and Education. The viewpoint used to develop these models is that of the Training and Education Program Manager. Although training managers operate within different kinds of units and organizations and sometimes use separate automated information systems, they all perform similar activities. The models have been developed from a total force aspect in that Reserve component activities are integrated within the model. This is consistent with current practice. Training and education activities for the Reserve component are basically the same as for the Active Duty component. The Combat Development Process is evolving. It is a process which formulates battlefield requirements and produces combat ready MAGTFs based n fundamental concepts supported by interdependent systems for development of doctrine, trainingeducation, organization, equipment and facilitiessupport. The process is employed by the Marine Corps to identify, obtain and support necessary combat capabilities. Moving from the abstract to the concrete, the CDP transform ideas into programs. Combat development integrates planning, programming, budgeting, execution, and life cycle management. The CDP is composed of tree functional, interdependent systems. The Concept Based Requirements System CBRS begins with the development of operational, functional and tactical concepts and leads to the identification of required combat capabilities. The Solution Development System CSS reviews, maintains, and updates the capability throughout its life cycle.
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