The TRADOC G-2 ACE Threats Integration directorate will soon publish a Threat Tactics Report (TTR) focused on the Islamic Republic of Iran’s military. The TTR: Iran
is the next installment within a series of products that supports the US Army’s training community. The TTR: Iran is currently in the editing phase of production and is projected to be released in the summer of 2016. This product is part of the TTR series that includes reports on North Korea, China, Syria, Boko Haram, Russia, and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The TTR series examines either a country of interest, such as Iran, or a potential threat actor, such as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). The primary purpose of TTRs is to convey to the training community how a group or country conducts military operations. The reports contain information on military doctrine, force structure (order of battle), weapons and equipment, and the warfighting functions. The training community can then use TTRs to better replicate similar threat tactics and capabilities using the Training Circular (TC) 7-100 series and actor-specific conditions found in the Decisive Action Training Environment (DATE).