57 episodes

Breaking Doctrine is the podcast of the US Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate (CADD) at Fort Leavenworth, KS. The podcast will explore timely topics of interest, regarding current and emerging Army and joint doctrine. Our guests will include a broad range of Army and other Service professionals with the vast knowledge and years of experience required to facilitate discussion on a variety of military doctrine-related topics.

Breaking Doctrine Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate (CADD)

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    • 4.8 • 124 Ratings

Breaking Doctrine is the podcast of the US Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate (CADD) at Fort Leavenworth, KS. The podcast will explore timely topics of interest, regarding current and emerging Army and joint doctrine. Our guests will include a broad range of Army and other Service professionals with the vast knowledge and years of experience required to facilitate discussion on a variety of military doctrine-related topics.

    Episode 57 - “U.S. Army Watercraft Operations”

    Episode 57 - “U.S. Army Watercraft Operations”

    Our host, Captain Ed Garibay sits down with BG Beth Behn, Commandant of the Transportation Corps and Colonel (Retired) Rich Creed to talk about Army watercraft operations. BG Behn is known as the Army’s “boat lady” because of her operational experiences and current focus on Army watercraft. Our guests articulate the need for Army watercraft, the future of Army watercraft, and the importance of Army Mariners.

    • 49 min
    Episode 56 - “ATP 3-72 Writing Team Talks”

    Episode 56 - “ATP 3-72 Writing Team Talks”

    Lieutenant Colonels (LTC) Jason Wood and Shaun Young join our host, LTC Lisa Becker, to talk about ATP 3-72, Operations in a Nuclear Environment. They discuss their work at the United States Nuclear and Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction Agency and the writing process for ATP 3-72. They also discuss how commanders and staffs can integrate nuclear operations in planning and training. They wrap up the episode by talking about ally and partner integration and the psychological component of nuclear operations.

    • 41 min
    Episode 55 - “Training Multidomain Operations”

    Episode 55 - “Training Multidomain Operations”

    Major General Dave Doyle and Command Sergeant Major Alex Kupratty from the 4th Infantry Division and Fort Carson, Colorado join Lieutenant Colonel Lisa Becker and Mr. Rich Creed from CADD to talk about how to train for multi-domain operations. They talk about the first two principles of training as found in FM 7-0, encouraging creativity, and the role of senior leaders in prioritizing training.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 54 - “Warfighting: Generating Readiness in a Nuclear Environment”

    Episode 54 - “Warfighting: Generating Readiness in a Nuclear Environment”

    Our host, Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Lisa Becker sits down with MG(R) Brad Gericke to talk about the role of nuclear weapons, the importance of training to operate in a nuclear environment, and how to think about prioritizing our training time. MG(R) Gericke brings invaluable insights on how to raise our “Nuclear IQ” from his time working on the Army staff and as a panel member for a recent Army Science Board study on nuclear operations.

    • 38 min
    Episode 53 - “ADP 3-13 Writing Team Talks”

    Episode 53 - “ADP 3-13 Writing Team Talks”

    The Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate (CADD) recently published a brand-new publication, ADP 3-13 Information. Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Lisa Becker hosts the ADP 3-13 writing team for this episode, LTC(R) Chuck Schrankel and LTC(R) Mike Flynn. They describe the team approach to writing this book and the big ideas on how Soldiers should think about information.

    • 45 min
    Episode 52 - “Fueling Warfighters: Nutritional Readiness for Today’s Soldiers”

    Episode 52 - “Fueling Warfighters: Nutritional Readiness for Today’s Soldiers”

    With a focus on National Nutrition Month, our host, Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Lisa Becker spotlights FM 7-22's Nutritional Readiness. She is joined by MAJ Jordan DeMay and CPT(P) Steph Meno, both serving as registered dieticians within the Training and Doctrine Command enterprise. They share the importance of nutrition for Soldiers and how leaders can maximize H2F performance teams.

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
124 Ratings

124 Ratings

squirrliedan ,

Audio balance or individual microphones

Just wanted to say that I am enjoying the content. If possible in the future could y’all either have individual microphones so that the volume doesn’t fluctuate between guests or adjust the balances to where everyone is at the same volume?

Raptor151 ,

Great content but...

Great content and insight for upcoming doctrine. However, just noticed during Episode 30, that someone is either thumping the table or the microphone and it's atrocious to listen to on speakers since the dialog is at a low volume and the low freqs seem to be boosted. Difficult listening experience.

Otherwise, trying to use this as an asset for my own personal LPD since the last time I was in an OPD was 2018.

ACreed ,

Great content but

Could be shorter…some episodes are better edited than others…and some hosts are too robotic and obviously reading a script. Batting .750 over all.

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