The Army provides Ready and Resilient (R2) capabilities to Commanders and Leaders to enable them to achieve and sustain personal readiness and optimize human performance in environments of uncertainty and persistent danger.
The Army of 2020 is comprised of adaptive leaders of character who develop cohesive teams of resilient individuals committed to the Army Profession and capable of accomplishing a range of missions in environments of uncertainty and persistent danger.
"Develop resilient Soldiers, adaptive leaders and cohesive teams committed to the Army professional ethic that are capable of accomplishing the mission in environments of uncertainty and persistent danger"
-- Page 32, TRADOC Pamphlet 525-3-1
The Army Operating Concept
31 October 2014
Sustained Personal Readiness to Meet Operational Requirements
Increase an individual's overall health, preparedness and deployability through policy support down to unit level by integrating training, improving commander visibility and empowering accountable leaders to enhance unit readiness across the Army.
A Values-based Organization of Trusted Army Professionals
Promote professional responsibility and personal accountability, reinforcing a culture of trust and increasing leader involvement and empowerment at each echelon of command.
Enhanced Visibility of Personal Readiness Throughout Career
Leveraging, developing and synchronizing systems to allow commanders and leaders to see a more holistic picture of Soldier, Army Civilian and Family member health and wellness.
R2 Management That Enables Personal Readiness
Maintain a relevant R2 policy, aligning resources/capabilities to requirements and effectively govern the community health promotion council (CHPC) process and emerging practices.