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The Center for Army Leadership held the Army Leader Exchange (ALx) Panel, "Leadership Through A Changing Environment" with special emphasis on branding, on Jan. 27, 2015 in Marshall Auditorium of the Lewis and Clark Center. Guest speakers were Dr. Neeli Bendapudi, Dean of University of Kansas Business School; Maj. Gen. Jimmie O. Keenan, Deputy Commanding General (Operations) U.S. Army Medical Command and Chief, Army Nursing Corps; Mr. Matt Whiat, Truly Human Leadership; and Mr. Mark Donovan, President of the Kansas City Chiefs. More photos...Read More
Ms. Debra S. Wada, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) received an overview briefing from the leadership of the Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth on Jan 22. Ms. Wada serves as the Army's point person for policy and performance oversight of human resources (military, civilian and contractor), training, readiness, mobilization, military health affairs, force structure, manpower management, equal opportunity, equal employment opportunity and other critical matters as part of the Army leadership. She was appointed to this position on October 2, 2014. (US Army Photo by Scott Gibson)...Read More
Two New Works on the US Army and its Allies in the Korean War

In Allies of a Kind, Allan R. Millett, the renowned historian of the Korean War, looks closely at how Canadian forces prepared for combat in Korea and operated with their US Allies. To download a copy, go to: http://usacac.army.mil/organizations/lde/csi/pubs#new.

This provocative study (The United States and the British Commonwealth in Korea, 1950-1953: A Critical Study of the Origins of Joint Publication 3-16, Multinational Operations by Matthew D. Marfongelli), winner of the Arter-Darby Award in 2014, examines the evolution of the multinational effort during the Korean War and its implications for US Army doctrine. To download a copy, go to: http://usacac.army.mil/organizations/lde/csi/pubs#new.

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Version 7 of the Digital Training Management System makes it easier for commanders to plan exercises and keep track of their Soldiers training records. Click here to read an Army News Service article about the new version of DTMS...Read More
Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, commanding general of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth, spoke with students from the Sexual Harassment and Assault Response Program’s (SHARP) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator and Victim Advocate (SARC/VA) Course at the SHARP Academy at Fort Leavenworth.

“This problem of sexual assault and sexual harassment is absolutely an insider threat to our military,” Brown said. “Trust is the most important thing in our Army, and this tears at the very fabric of our Army team and we must do everything we can to eliminate this threat and rebuild trust.”

The CAC Commander thanked the 32 member of the class for role that they will play in caring for the victims of sexual assault and sexual harassment, but stressed the importance of not just being reactive to incidents, but of also identifying trends that will help in the prevention of these acts.

Some of the areas keyed on by Lt. Gen. Brown included campaigns to mitigate the role that alcohol consumption plays in SHARP incidents, a better focus on newcomer sponsorship during the first several weeks in a new assignment, and a bystander education program.

“If you just react to crime, you are never going to get in front of it,” Brown said. “But when you have the right people empowered to look at trends and take action, you have more of a chance to get in front of it.”

The students of the SARC/VA represent only the second class to be conducted since the Army SHARP Academy stood up at the Fort Leavenworth location.

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The Combined Arms Center will hold an industry forum to discuss how to prepare the Army of 2025 and Beyond, and seek industry’s assistance in creating tough, realistic training. The keynote speakers will be: Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, Commander of the Combined Arms Center, and Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, Director of the Army Capabilities and Integration Center. For more information and to register, click here to go to:Industry Forum...Read More

Leader Development

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Training Development

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TRADOC provides training support for the Army. CAC manages the Training Support System (TSS) which is the training system products, services, and facilities that are necessary for creating the conditions to realistically portray the operational environment and enable training strategies.

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The DCG, Combined Arms manages, administers, and governs the processes to execute training courses for Army personnel (military and civilian) that require functional skills and qualifications for the performance of their duties.