The British Army has launched a new online template to help troops use the new military web template.
The new online service will help train and prepare soldiers and civilians for the digital future, the Army said in a statement on Tuesday.
In the first of its kind, the new web template will help soldiers and police prepare for the use of the new digital battlefield.
Soldiers will be able to use the web template to create digital profiles for themselves, their families and friends, with the help of the Army’s digital army, the service said.
“With the help and support of the digital army the soldiers will be equipped to manage their digital identity, manage their social media profiles and develop their digital strategy.”
As part of the programme, they will also be able use the service to develop new online skills.
“In the new service, soldiers and officers will be asked to create their own digital profiles and profiles of the service for the army and their family, so they can use it to meet new people, communicate with others and build their online presence.”
It is an exciting opportunity for the Army and its young soldiers to have access to the most up-to-date and effective digital army in the world,” said Lt Gen Stephen J. Copley, the commander of the Digital Army.
This is an update to the existing digital army service.
The digital army was introduced to the British Army in 2016, offering access to a range of digital tools and services.
The service was launched to help soldiers prepare for digital warfare, but the digital military was never fully operational and was only able to work with a small number of soldiers, according to the Army.
The new service aims to bring the digital Army to the rest of the army, including the infantry and artillery.
The new web page will have a short description of the training programme and will provide links to the digital academy website, which was set up in 2014 to train soldiers for digital battlefields.
There will be an introduction video that will explain how the new army service works, and an interactive tutorial.
A range of tools will be available to soldiers to help them prepare for their digital role.
The online training will begin in July, and the first batches of digital army recruits will be deployed to the army by the end of 2018.
By 2021, the digital arm will be providing training to more than 30,000 soldiers.