What Leaders Need to Know

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State of Health Readiness

October 06, 2017

Poor sleep, activity, and nutrition behaviors are associated with the top challenges to readiness. These include: 1) medically non-deployable Soldiers, 2) first term attrition, 3) obesity and nutrition, 4) musculoskeletal injury (MSKI), and 5) fatigue. Continue Reading

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What is the Performance Triad

October 06, 2017

P3 represents Sleep, Activity and Nutrition, three key components of a holistic health and fitness program that supports the Human Dimension, the Ready and Resilient Campaign, and helps address the Army Warfighting Challenges. Continue Reading

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Company and Platoon Leader Quick Wins

October 05, 2017

Leaders should exemplify the tenets of P3. Not just being knowledgeable, but believing and striving to reach the P3 targets will naturally make you the example that the Soldiers need and desire to be like. Continue Reading

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Battalion and Brigade Commander Quick Wins

October 05, 2017

A leader that lives P3 and exudes passion about it will naturally lead other Soldiers to higher performance. Your dedication to constantly improving your performance as a Soldier goes a long way to set the right example. Continue Reading

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