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PENSACOLA, Fla. – Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) hosted representatives from across the fleet for a Warrior Toughness (WT) working group offsite at Naval Air Station Pensacola, June 23-24, 2022.
Navy component command and type commander (TYCOM) stakeholders discussed different methods to train and educate the fleet on WT while building it into the existing culture and infusing it into existing training and programs.
“Warrior Toughness directly elevates the warfighting effectiveness of the fleet,” said Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, NETC’s commander. “I am thankful for the work that has been done and the work ahead as we ensure our shipmates are best prepared to fight and win, wherever and whenever the nation calls.”
WT is a holistic human performance skillset that enhances the toughness of Sailors with a focus on the pursuit of peak performance. The system emphasizes coequal development of toughness in the mind, body, and soul. WT combines performance psychology skills with character development, and teaches the Warrior Mindset, concepts initially developed by members of the Naval Special Warfare community.
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