Army Directive 2018-07, Prioritizing Efforts - Readiness and Lethality

In order to build a more capable and lethal force, Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA)
is reducing requirements in brigade and below units. This effort focuses on a systematic
simplification, reduction, or elimination of required activities (training and non-training) which
consume commanders', leaders', and Soldiers' time that they might otherwise spend building and
sustaining combat readiness.

Army Directive 2018-07-1, Prioritizing Efforts - Readiness and Lethality (Update 1)
The following items are no longer required by HQDA:

a. Travel Risk Planning System (TRiPS).
b. Media Awareness Training.
c. Combating Trafficking in Persons Training.

Army Directive 2018-07-2, Prioritizing Efforts - Readiness and Lethality (Update 2)
The following items are no longer required by HQDA:

a. Accident Avoidance Course Training as outlined in AR 600-55.
b. Grade Requirement for Additional Duty Safety Officer (ADSO)/Unit Safety Officer as required

by AR 385-10.
c. Company commanders are no longer required to conduct internal audits of dining facility
headcounts as outlined in AR 600-38.

Army Directive 2018-07-3, Prioritizing Efforts - Readiness and Lethality (Update 3)
The following items are no longer required by HQDA:

a. Subsequent Command Inspections as outlined in AR 1-201.
b. The inclusion of Initial Command Inspection Records as a part of Deployment Records as
outlined in AR 1-201.
c. Unit Safety Officers are no longer required to maintain Motor Vehicle Accident Reports as
required in AR 385-10.

Army Directive 2018-07-4, Prioritizing Efforts - Readiness and Lethality (Update 4)
The following items are no longer required by HQDA:

a. Units are no longer responsible for processing requests for political asylum and temporary

refugee status as outlined in AR 550-1.
b. Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Training as outlined in AR 350-1 is no
longer a standalone requirement and should be incorporated into units' Mission Essential Task
training as part of the operational environment.
c. Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) Training as outlined in AR 350-1 is no longer a
standalone requirement and should be incorporated into units' Mission Essential Task training as

part of the operational environment.

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