Combat Studies Institute (CSI)

Operational Leadership Experiences Project (OLE)

The Operational Leadership Experiences Project is an oral history venture which collects, transcribes and displays the firsthand recollections of the soldiers, service members, government personnel and civilians who have planned, participated in, observed and supported operations in the Global War on Terrorism. The project team has constructed a public database of oral history interviews with personnel who have participated in military operations around the world. This project will be used by CSI, Army, DoD, and civilian researchers to document the US Army's role in the Long War in a variety of formats. The searchable oral history database can be found online at:

(Click on the Operational Leadership Experiences Link)

Contact the Research and Publications Team at:
(913)684-2138, DSN 552-2138


Last Reviewed: February 27, 2014

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