Five things you should know about Soldier 2020

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By Amy L. Haviland
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Public Affairs

U. S. Army Training and Doctrine Command is currently leading two efforts within Soldier 2020, the Army’s plan to integrate women into previously closed military occupational specialties. As these efforts continue to shape the future of the force, here are five things to remember about TRADOC and Soldier 2020: 1. It’s about standards

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