Advocating the importance of Live Fire Tactical Training, Major Gary Thomson, SO2 G7 BATUS at HQ Land Warfare Centre, argues that reports of its demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Integrate and motivate
Major Stephen Pope explains how DCLPA is supporting the operational requirements of defence by delivering integrated logistics and personnel administration training.
Standing on ceremony
Lt Col Toby Gray, Coldstream Guards Brigade Major at London District HQ, gives an overview of the traditions and duties both at home and overseas followed by the Household Division.
The road to instinctive improvement
In the final part of a trilogy looking at Royal Navy Transformation, initiative leader Rear Admiral Mike Kimmons speaks to Editor Matthew D'Arcy about leadership through implementation.
Train the Trainer
Lt Col Matt Fensom, Commanding Officer of the ARTD Staff Leadership School, gives an overview of the newest development in the training of Army instructors.
Licence and legislation in the armed forces
Commandant Colonel Paul Brook gives an overview of the role of the Defence School of Transport in training drivers within Britain's Armed Forces.
Facilities key to defence training
Derek Twigg MP, Under Secretary of State for Defence, talks to PSCA International's Matthew D'Arcy about what lies ahead in bringing a new flexible approach to learning through the Defence Training Review.
Facilities key for defence training
Derek Twigg MP, Under Secretary of State for Defence, talks to DMJ’s Matthew D’Arcy about what lies ahead in bringing a new flexible approach to learning through the Defence Training Review.
Lifelong learning transforming training
Previewing the impending ITEC conference and exhibition, John Mills turns the spotlight onto this year's theme of lifelong learning in a rapidly changing environment.
Let virtual battle commence
DMJ Editor Matthew D'Arcy spoke to instructor WO2 Trevor Weston about the invaluable role that simulated training plays in developing combat skills.
Live firing cannot be simulated
As advancements in virtual training facilities continue, DMJ looks at how the importance of live firing exercises in combat preparation cannot be underestimated.
Defence reform means business
The MoD has come under fire from MPs – and from former chief of the general staff General Sir Mike Jackson – for failing to adequately support and equip frontline forces. Rob Lingham, secretariat and communications manager for the MoD’s Defence Acquisition Change Programme, explains how it is sharpening up performance and changing its organisation.
It is a most impressive magazine, a view shared by Rear Admiral Simon Goodall. He is keen that we are seen to be taking a lead in defence individual training and education, and wishes to retain the link we have established with you.
Lieutenant Colonel A Munro, DG Training and Education, MoD