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Brig. Gen. Mark J. O’Neil discusses the principles of leadership with members of Leadership Kansas who visited Fort Leavenworth, Kan., on July 31. Leadership Kansas members go to civic, military, business and educational institutions around the state to learn about leadership. BG O’Neil, who is the deputy commanding general of the Combined Arms Center – Training, talked about the primary importance of the Army’s leader development efforts. He also explained how those efforts apply to the private sector. Next to BG O’Neil is Dustin Stanley, the vice president of operations of Chanute Manufacturing....Read More
The new logo for the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) reflects the organization’s 30 years of service to the Army. CALL was established August 1, 1985, by the 30th Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. John A. Wickam Jr., in recognition of the need to collect lessons from training and combat operations and share them across the Army. “The Center for Army Lessons Learned is one of the oldest institutions in the Department of Defense that studies and distributes lessons and best practices in the United States Army and to Unified Action partners. Since its establishment … CALL identifies, collects, analyzes, disseminates and archives lessons and best practices at the tactical, operational and strategic levels, whether at home during training or deployed around the world." – Brig. Gen. Willard Burleson, Director, Mission Command Center of Excellence, Fort Leavenworth ...Read More
The Commanding General, Combined Arms Center invites you to submit a paper on the topic of Mission Command for an edited volume. The working title of this edited volume is: Empowering to Win in a Complex World: Mission Command in the 21st Century. In partnership with the online publication, The Bridge, some of the best submissions will also be published online. The linked document provides additional detail on this project....Read More
With the publication of Field Manual (FM) 6-22, Leader Development, the Army is helping Army leaders understand how to develop other leaders, their units, and themselves....Read More

The United States Army SHARP Academy presents by Open Invitation:

1st Quarter Professional Forum
"Sexual Predators and Stalkers: Increasing Public Awareness and Protecting the Community"
Featuring: Dr. Wendy L. Patrick, San Diego Deputy District Attorney Special Operations Division

Thursday, 6 August 2015,
1300-1530 hours
Marshall Auditorium
Lewis and Clark Building
Fort Leavenworth , Kansas

Wendy L. Patrick is a San Diego County Deputy District Attorney, recently named the 2014 Ronald M. George Public Lawyer of the Year by the California State Bar's Public Law Section. She has completed over 150 trials ranging from hate crimes, to domestic violence, to first-degree murder. Dr. Patrick speaks to community groups, law enforcement organizations, and a wide variety of legal and educational institutions both nationally and internationally about the prevalence and methodology of sexual predators and stalkers, and how to increase public awareness and take steps to protect the community. She has been featured on CNN Anderson Cooper, FOX News Channel, FOX Business, HLN's Nancy Grace, Dr. Drew Radio, Al Jazeera America, The Blaze, Investigation Discovery, and a wide variety of other national and international programs.

Questions? Call (913) 684-8137 or (913) 684-7845

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The National Simulation Center's Francisco Villanueva explains the Emergent Leader Immersive Training Environment program at a recent Deputy Commanding General Course. The video game program trains young Army leaders how to address personal and professional problems. During the presentation, three DCGs viewed ELITE on laptops. The DCGs are: Col. Joseph McGee of the 1st Cavalry Division (left), Col. Timothy Daugherty of the 4th Infantry Division (center) and Brig. Gen. Donna Williams of the 412 Engineer Command. ...Read More

Leader Development

Conducts Army level leadership and leader development studies, analysis, assessment, and evaluations; develop and maintain the Army Leader Development Strategy; Supports CG, TRADOC by managing the Army Leader Development Program.

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Education

Education is the process of imparting knowledge and developing the competencies and attributes Army Professionals need to accomplish any mission the future may present.

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Lessons Learned

Focuses on the ability to collect, analyze, integrate, disseminate, and archive Army and Unified Action Partners lessons learned to support Unified Land Operations and all aspects of capability development.

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Doctrine

Develops and maintains the body of thought on how Army forces operate as an integral part of a joint force.

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Training Development

CAC manages, develops and sustains training and education development concepts, strategies, policy, processes, requirements, systems, recommend priorities, and products.

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Training Support

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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Functional Training

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.