Military Training (How to)
The Army trains to provide ready forces to combatant commanders worldwide. Units train in garrison and while deployed to prepare for their mission and adapt their capabilities to any changes in an operational environment. Army forces conduct training individually and collectively in three training domains.
The map of choice for land navigators is the 1:50,000-scale military topographic map. It is important, however, that you know how to use the many other products available from the DMA as well. When operating in foreign places, you may discover that DMA map products have not yet been produced to cover your particular area of operations, or they may not be available to your unit when you require them. Therefore, you must be prepared to use maps produced by foreign governments that may or may not meet the standards for accuracy set by DMA. These maps often use symbols that resemble those found on DMA maps but which have completely different meanings. There may be other times when you must operate with the only map you can obtain. This might be a commercially produced map run off on a copy machine at higher headquarters.
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