84th Army Reserve Readiness Training Command (Provisional) Locates at Fort Mccoy

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84th Army Reserve Readiness Training Command (Provisional) Locates at Fort Mccoy


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84th Army Reserve Readiness

Training Command (Provisional)

MILWAUKEE - The Global War on Terrorism is causing the U.S. Army Reserve to change its structure and methods of training.

As part of this change, effective Oct. 1, 2004 the 84th Division (Institutional Training), headquartered in Milwaukee, became the 84th Army Reserve Readiness Training Command (ARRTC) (Provisional) with head-quarters at Fort McCoy.

The 84th Division (IT) no longer will be a division but a "Military School and Training Center."

The new 84th ARRTC (Prov) will be comprised of five directorates: Schools, Training Development, Strategic Training, Leadership Development and Advanced Distributive Learning. The mission of the 84th ARRTC (Prov) is to develop, sustain and deliver a wide spectrum of military courseware and leader development instruction.

It will be commanded by MG Charles E. Gorton, the commander of the 84th Division (IT). The transition is a result of an Army-wide reorganization effort. The goal of the transformation is to produce a more ready and trained force. The transition culminates after a year's worth of planning.

The 84th ARRTC (Prov) will command the U.S. Army Reserve Noncommissioned Officer Academies at Fort Dix, NJ. …

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