* Ensuring that ACFL learning outcomes are progressive and sequential along each continuum.
* Monitoring alignment of PME courses' terminal learning objectives with the ACFL learning outcomes endorsed by the ALCC.
* Identifying and resolving gaps or redundancies in ACFL training along the career continuums as well as within the operating force.
As the Army determines how to best continue implementing the Army Culture and Foreign Language Strategy (ACFLS) and future ALREC Strategy, we can continue leveraging the current Leader Development Strategy that serves as a base for our existing instruction within our CoEs and in the growth of our leaders.5 Cross-cultural training and education should build on the foundation of an individual's existing leader attributes which in turn reinforces the core leader competencies of leading others, developing oneself, and achieving results.
CAC was assigned the lead in implementing the ACFLS in 2011 within all TRADOC organizations.
The desired end state is to "build and sustain an Army with the right blend of culture and foreign language capabilities to facilitate full spectrum operations, now and into the future." (3) The ACFLS goal is to establish a baseline of CFL capabilities for all leaders and Soldiers to support the accomplishment of unit missions.
CAC, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, was assigned the lead to implement the ACFLS in 2011 within all TRADOC organizations.
Coordination of the ACFLS implementation is being accomplished through the Army Learning Coordination Council's (ALCC) three-tier process.