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Implications. Failure to attain an active force size for CA that enables constant interaction with combat arms commanders/staffs and continual demonstration of the relevance of Civil Affairs perpetuates the capability remaining outside the threshold of combat arms commanders/staffs’ concern and culture. Such failure hinders the entire CA Branch. Event Description. This lesson is based on personal experience and observation accumulated over 12 years as a Civil Affairs Officer. Additional Comments. Doctrine referenced in this lesson are linked below: ADRP 3-0 "Operations" (NOV 2016) ADP 3-0 "Operations" (NOV 2016) Lesson Author: COL Jay Liddick, CA, U.S. Army War College Student ________________________________________________________________ Combined Resolve VII Hohenfels, Germany (4 September 2016) Captain Greg Romero, a team chief with the 432nd Civil Affairs Battalion, discusses political reports with the mayor of Ubungsdorf, Henriette Feldman, during Exercise Combined Resolve VII. This exercise is a 7th Army Training Command, U.S. Army Europe-directed exercise, conducted at the Grafenwoehr and Hohenfels Training Areas, 8 August to 15 September 2016. It includes more than 3,500 participants from 16 NATO and European partner nations. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Hector Corea, 302 nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment / U.S. Army photo) Table of Contents | Quick Look | Contact PKSOI Page 11 of 28