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US Army Redesigns Career Tracker Tool for Soldiers; Jeffrey Colimon Comments

websiteThe U.S. Army has redesigned its career management portal in a move to help soldiers, officers and Army civilians explore career opportunities according to their military skills, Army Times reported Thursday.

Michelle Tan writes the updated Army Career Tracker site works to help soldiers monitor their progress and career development, find educational and training resources, establish goals, receive advice from mentors and join training courses.

Jeffrey Colimon, the Army Career Tracker functional program manager, said the redesigned portal features an Army sponsorship program that links soldiers set for a change of station to a sponsor at the new designated unit, the publication reports.

The site has more than 670,000 enlisted, 135,000 officers and warrants and nearly 200,000 Army civilian users as of May 27 and collects information from 14 different Army systems such as training opportunities and education requirements into a single place, according to the report.

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