Faced with a complex future OE, changing fiscal realities, and continuous engagement as part of unified land operations, the Army will require enhanced capabilities in the cognitive, physical, and social components of the human dimension. These capabilities are necessary for the future Army to win the clash of wills, become more expeditionary while retaining capability, and maintain overmatch over adversaries.
The Army recognizes that the American Soldier remains the most discriminately lethal force on the battlefield. In light of the future operational challenges, the Army must invest significantly in the human dimension. This investment requires a unifying, holistic vision: maximized individual and team performance through identification, development, and optimal integration of human capabilities.
In May of 2014, the TRADOC Commanding General approved theU.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Pamphlet (PAM) 525-3-7Opens a new tab or window, the U.S. Army Concept for the Human Dimension in FSO 2015-2024, to address the challenge of sustaining the quality of the All-Volunteer Force in an era of persistent conflict to meet the demands of ARFORGEN.
The cognitive, physical, and social components of a Soldier, Army Civilian, leader, and organizational development and performance essential to raise, prepare, and employ the Army in unified land operations.
The Army will support maximized individual and team performance through identification, development, and optimal integration of human capabilities. Soldiers are enabled by technology, cognitive, medical, and social sciences to achieve excellence in small unit competence and to dominate increasingly complex operational environment.