CABCCCombined Arms Battle Command Course
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Individuals completing CABCC will be well-grounded in the skills and knowledge associated with leading and training soldiers in full-spectrum operations.
As with the CABCC resident phase, new simulations are required to ensure that training is as experiential as possible.
Timelines have been developed with BOLC, probably being fully implemented in FY03 and CABCC and CASC in FY04.
Like CASC, the Engineer School has developed a modular construct to train battle command skills in CABCC. The curriculum in the proposed command course is divided into seven modules: take command, train, administer, maintain, deploy, fight, and lead.
Currently, the Army is considering two courses of action for CASC and CABCC. The first option separates the two training experiences into two distinct courses.
* CABCC Phase I will consist of approximately 160 hours of distance learning, which will be conducted at the unit and will include both common-core and engineer-specific tasks that are focused on company command skills and knowledge.
* CABCC Phase II will be a 4-week resident course at Fort Leonard Wood, with the focus on maximizing constructive, virtual, and/or live training with a focus on command functions.