It’s Time for the Army to Embrace Telework

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Aside from preventing burnout, the Army has much to gain from embracing telework; for example, they’ll be able to train troops for modern combat. Modern war is heavily reliant on decentralised coordination for complex operations to succeed, as not every soldier will be in the same geographical area. Telework not only provides a low-risk environment for soldiers to practice what it’s like to communicate in a remote setting, but it also identifies those who are likely to fail when placed in such a situation during actual conflicts. Read full article here

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