The Aviation Community has been hard at work implementing changes to transform Army Aviation. Here are some recent successes!
The USAACE Commander's Initiatives Group was established in October 2010 and is responsible for the Knowledge Management mission for the Aviation Branch. It was soon determined that the current Aviation website lacked appropriate linkage to all things Aviation.
In April 2011, the CIG launched the new Aviation Knowledge Network, which resides in the Army Knowledge Online domain and requires a Common Access Card to access.
AKN contains more than 250 links to Aviation specific topics and also links to our Aviation Warfighter's Forum, the Branch's professional forum. AKN saves time by offering valuable information in one centralized location at the time of need. The site also links Soldiers in the field to those who support Aviation operations and training.
Due to a decrease in resources over the past several years, the Aviation community has found it more difficult to take advantage of costly professional development opportunities.
To meet this challenge, the LCT established a new initiative to create and provide professional development workshops to those who need them with the new cost culture in mind. Christina Parker is spearheading this initiative with volunteers from the LCT and Directorate of Training and Doctrine community.
The first workshop was held for training instructional designers, instructors, instructor writers and instructional administrators in June 2011. The training provided attendees with familiarization of new Army learning concepts to assist them in developing aviation training for the future.
Reviewing the feasibility of recycling items other than just paper.
This project supports the efficient and effective use of LSEVs, hybrids, and alternate fueled vehicles at Fort Rucker to meet and exceed the President's executive order to reduce fossil fueled vehicles by 2% each year.
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