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SMA Chandler: Where board questions should come from
By SGT. MAJ. OF THE ARMY RAYMOND F. CHANDLER III
14th Sergeant Major of the Army

“Change is the law of life and those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” —John F. Kennedy

Leaders,

NCO leaders from across our Army must change their semicentralized board procedures to include updated initiatives from
across our Army. With recent changes to Army doctrine, the release of Doctrine 2015 and a renewed emphasis on our
Army profession, questions should be asked from these manuals and not from on-line study guides which include outdated
information.
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You can find these Doctrine 2015 manuals on the Combined Arms Center’s website located at http://usacac.army.
mil/cac2/MCCOE/ Doctrine2015Tables.asp. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond T. Odierno has stated that Doctrine 2015 is
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Additionally, ADP/ADRP 7.0 and the Army Training Network drive expectations in regards to unit training management and
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“America’s Army – Our Profession” information and training materials can be found at http://cape.army.mil/aaop/.

I ask for your assistance in immediately changing your Board Memorandums of Instruction to reflect these recent changes
in our Army. Your Soldiers, leaders, organizations and our Army will benefit from attention to this requirement.

— SMA

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