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It’s Time to Get After It!

President's Cockpit / By MG Jeff Schloesser, Ret.  

Army Aviation is moving out to achieve a lethal, decisive and sustainable Multi-Domain Operations maneuver and fires capability by 2028.

In this issue of Army Aviation, four senior Army Aviation leaders lay out how their organizations are driving towards that goal. Branch Chief, MG Dave Francis explains how the Branch and Aviation Enterprise is going to achieve this goal across the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leader Development, Personnel, Facilities and Policy structure for both the current force as well as the future force. His focus on leader development and education is critical: as MG Francis points out, the new soldiers, be they enlisted or officer, joining our formations today will be the leaders of our Future Force tomorrow, and we must get their development RIGHT.

Our Program Executive Officer for Aviation, MG Thomas Todd, speaks in his article to how his team of teams work within the broader Enterprise on “providing our Soldiers unmatched capabilities required in the current environment” while “setting the conditions to ensure the CABs’ (combat aviation brigades) future success through continuous innovation to support large scale ground combat operations.”   Read More