I doubt this has happened in most corps but a trades in my corps have undergone several title changes. Not only have the titles changed but also the training objectives. Not really big TO changes before 9/11 but since the main skills have changed dramatically e.g. being able to setup a 320 has been replaced with being able to connect a laptop to a WAN. Problem is unlike the regular army retraining didn't really happen, in the regulars it would be a formal course and the TA solution was 'informal' weekends. Or put another way, regular soldiers were retrained by corps solutions but the TA had/have to put into place Regt/Sqn/troop solutions. So this means we could have TA OR's/JNCO's/SNCO's with totally inadequate skills for the job they are trying to perform. I've seen new Siggies totally outperforming soldiers with 15+ years experience, potentially undermining the command chain. I have some solutions but I need ways on enforcing this re-education without issuing AGAI 67's (is that the correct way of saying you don't have the correct skills or is it the wrong procedure). Any suggestions on how to change TA corps policy.