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British Army works towards business case for CTTP

25th May 2021 - 17:23 GMT | by Trevor Nash in Bristol UK

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British Army soldiers on exercise in Kenya. (Photo: UK MoD)

Progress is being made on the British Army's Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP) that aims to deliver a Future Collective Training System (FCTS) in 2025.

The Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP) for the British Army continues to move forward, albeit arguably at glacial speed.

The next milestone for the programme will be the completion of the outline business case. This will move through British Army staff channels before being presented to the Treasury for approval in 2023.

Valued at £1 billion ($1.41 billion) over ten years, CTTP seeks to transform how the British Army conducts its collective training in the face of increasingly complex warfare scenarios. Working in close partnership with industry, the British Army is, through CTTP, seeking to deliver its Future Collective Training System (FCTS) in

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