Thank you, Chair.
Welcome, Doctor. Thank you very much for being here today. I agree with a lot of what you're saying. It's wonderful.
I just want to talk about the common army training scenario, which I'm sure you're aware of. Three of us at the table have served in the past in combat arms—Madam Moore, Mr. Chisu, and I. The common army training scenario is one of those scenarios where we trained first of all for Afghanistan—mission-specific training—for the last 10 years.
That was geared towards a particular theatre of operation. But the common army training scenario when I was at LFCA as a staff officer was used quite a bit as a scenario that could fit almost anywhere or anything. You could tailor those training objectives within that, which would at least try to accommodate being ready for almost anything that comes up, whether it's nation building, a peacekeeping exercise, or a war fighting exercise.
I'd like you to comment on that in a minute.
You also talked about readiness being a component of education, and being an educator you're familiar, of course, with the Canadian Forces College and the Canadian Defence Academy and so forth.
What are your comments on the common army training scenario in the field and military education? This body has been to CFC and other places to see that.
Could you comment on those?