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The Digital Training Management System helps Army leaders manage unit training more efficiently. Commanders will find this time-saving training resource on the Army Training Network. Watch this video to learn more about DTMS....Read More
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno (right) is joined by Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown, commander of the Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth and Col. James Skelton in unveiling a print of Ike Skelton, the late Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. More than 200 dignitaries including Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo of Guam were on hand for the ceremony to officially rename the Posts Library the Ike Skelton Combined Arms Research Library. Col. Skelton, representing the Skelton family, donated papers from the Chairman’s personal collection to the Library. (US Army Photo by Dan Neal)...Read More
Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo, Delegate from the United States territory of Guam to the United States House of Representatives, meets with students of the Command and General Staff College who are also from Guam during a breakfast discussion on Sept. 11. Brig. Gen. Christopher P. Hughes, Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center – Leader Development & Education and Peter Grande, the Chief of Staff of the United States Disciplinary Barracks were also on hand for the discussion. ...Read More
Former U.S. Secretary of State and former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, retired Gen. Colin Powell received a place of honor on the Circle of Firsts at the Buffalo Soldier Monument, here, as his bust was unveiled Sep. 5....Read More
Army officers and a civilian break ground for a new Regional Simulation Center. The center at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., will improve training. Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown (left) turned a shovel full of dirt as did: Brig. Gen. Joseph Martin, Col. Craig Unrath, Col. Tim Wullf, Col. Chuck Allen and Storm Savage. (Photo by Capt. Patrick Morgan)...Read More
The CAC Command Team, Lt. Gen. Robert B. Brown and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Wright, discuss CAC initiatives for the future force with the Undersecretary of the Army the Honorable Brad R. Carson. In addition to meeting with leadership, the undersecretary will meet with students from the Army Management Staff College, the School of Advanced Military Studies and visit the United States Disciplinary Barracks....Read More

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  • 12 hours 37 min ago
    Heartland Honor Flight will conduct another flight for World War II veterans, Tues., Oct 7. The event organizers are offering Soldiers, Families and civilians the opportunity to volunteer to help welcome home these returning heroes from the 'Greatest Generation.' Soldiers who want to volunteer to greet the veterans after their return flight to KCI should arrive at KCI NLT 2100. They will arrive at Terminal C, U.S. Air, Gate 79 at approximately 2115. This is an opportunity for current Soldiers, Families and civilians to give back the thanks and warm wishes to service members who have come before them. This flight will consist of 90 WWII and Korean War veterans as well as 50 veterans from Vietnam, Desert Storm, OIF and OEF as escorts. Heartland Honor Flight is a not-for-profit organization that charters flights to Washington D.C. for the World War II veterans to visit the national World War II memorial. The travelling veterans have shown great gratitude for the Fort Leavenworth community for the support this installation has offered them in past years. Heartland Honor Flight Welcome Home 7 Oct 2014 2100 U.S. Airways KCI, Terminal C, Gate 79
  • 18 hours 31 min ago
    The Friends of the Frontier Army Museum Annual Haunted Fort Leavenworth Tour is the largest fundraiser for the Frontier Army Museum, supporting preservation and acquisition of artifacts. Tours will be presented October 17-18 & 24-25 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., starting from Zais Park. You may purchase tickets by visiting The Friends website at https://www.ffam.us/haunted-tour.html or at Candle Queen Candles in Leavenworth, KS.
  • 1 day 18 hours ago
    Congratulations to the Kansas City Royals, who play in their first Postseason game in 29 years tonight. We are proud to call you our "hometown" baseball team. GO ROYALS.