Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre
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The Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre (CADTC) (French: Centre de doctrine et d'instruction de l'Armée canadienne), formerly the Land Force Doctrine and Training System (LFDTS), is a formation of the Canadian Army headquartered at McNaughton Barracks, CFB Kingston, Ontario. CADTC is the organization that is responsible for delivering army training and developing army doctrine. Approximately 3,200 officers and soldiers are assigned to CADTC. The organization was renamed on 18 July 2013 as part of the reorganization of the Canadian Army.
|Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre|
|Size||3,200 regular and reserve personnel|
|Part of||Canadian Army|
|Motto(s)||Victoria per Scientia|
|Major General||Stephen M. Cadden|
The Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre is composed of its Headquarters in Kingston and a number of training establishments across Canada.
- The Peace Support Training Centre, located at CFB Kingston, is tasked to provide training to Canadian Army, Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Canadian Air Force personnel.
- The Canadian Manoeuvre Training Centre, located at CFB Wainwright, Alberta, is the Canadian Army's national training centre.
- The Combat Training Centre headquartered at 5 Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown, New Brunswick, and with schools at Gagetown, and at CFB Kingston, 8 Wing Trenton and CFB Borden in Ontario, is responsible for individual training of Army soldiers and officers.
- Government of Canada, National Defence (8 March 2013). "Commander - Doctrine & Training - Canadian Army". www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca.
- 1000-1 Organization Message - Canadian Army 181202Z JUL 13