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2.
A small village located on the eastern coast of north korea. Although tradoc was once occupied by the American army during the korean war, but abandoned after 1974, a base in tradoc still exists as a cultural learning center for the United States Army
I went to Tradoc last summer before my deployment to Mongolia.
by thearmymaster June 03, 2009

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1.
United States Army TRADOC (TRAining and DOCtrine Command) is based in Virginia and, as its title implies, takes as one of its major duties the training of future Army leaders in leadership skills. TRADOC is entrusted with refining military theory, weapons development, and more cool stuff.

Like AAFES is the Army's version of 7/11, TRADOC is their version of Strayer University.

It is not a village, let alone anything, in North Korea.
John is fluent in six different languages which he studied at TRADOC.
by kitt2150 December 12, 2009