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Transformation Through Training Issue No 7 July 2015 5 this test and it was a faultless performance. Thus I can say with complete certainty that the JFTC made very good use of the past ten years. You said that this moment full of new challenges verified the professionalism. How Lets focus on the new Afghan mission for a moment. We had to shift our way of thinking towards a totally new direction. Before we trained HQs staffs that fulfilled their duties in the combat ISAF mission now we are preparing them for a train-advise-assist mission which additionally is held in a combat-environment. The fact that a soldier was good in a combat mission doesnt mean that he would make a good trainer or advisor. This is exactly where our role starts. We have changed the training system revised it and thanks to it we can demonstrate how to utilize soldiers combat skills in the train-advise- assist reality how to transform these skills into advisory qualities. Also areas which we are requested to support have changed. ISAF required training for Headquarters and their staffs. Now we are training advisors and trainers to advise in the areas of mission execution planning support reporting system etc. In most areas related to combat preparation Afghan soldiers are now ready. NATO troops that we have trained are to show them how to be two three steps ahead how to plan budget for upcoming years equipment modernization how to prepare for new