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What does DICR stand for?

DICR stands for DOTMLPF (Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel and Facilities) Integrated Capabilities Recommendation (US Army)

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Therefore, we knew that it was time to review many aspects of our DOTMLPF as they relate to our echelon-above-brigade engineer force (still more than 73 percent of our total engineer force even after full implementation of one brigade engineer battalion per brigade combat team).
Under DOTMLPF, click on Training and click again on CBRN Collective Training.
Traditional doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities (DOTMLPF) analytical processes, which are typically nonprescriptive, are often applied as a gap analysis tool, generating perceived requirements for each DOTMLPF component without a causal or comprehensive set of performance indicators and potential solution sets for the entire system.
We have much to do while the scientists and engineers work: assessing vulnerability, developing CONOPS, and assessing our readiness to use these weapons effectively across the DOTMLPF construct.