US Army’s Frost on Basic Combat Training Curriculum Review, New Emphasis on Fitness, Generational Challenges


Maj. Gen. Malcolm Frost, US Army, commanding general of the US Army Center for Initial Military Training, discusses the review of the service’s basic combat training curriculum, the renewed emphasis on physical fitness, adapting training for a new generation of recruits and more during an Oct. 11, 2017, interview at the Association of the United States Army’s 2017 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington. The Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is sponsored by AM General, Elbit Systems of America, General Motors HydroTec, L3 Technologies and Leonardo DRS.

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