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All, please join Army Press, Military Review in congratulating the 2016 winners of the General William E. DePuy writing competition. They extend their thanks to all those who participated and encourage everyone to compete next year.

  • 1st Place: Capt. Andrew Jenkins, "Transforming Unit Training with the Science of Learning"
  • 2nd Place: Maj. Hassan Kamara, "Writing: Maximizing Returns on the Army's Investments in Education"
  • 3rd Place: 1Lt. James Tollefson, "Treading the Way of Ignorance: Officer Education and Critical Thought"

Honorable Mention:

  • Maj. Chris Gen, "Soldiers, Scholars, Diplomats: Educating Strategic Leaders at Foreign Staff Colleges"
  • Col. Dean Nowowiejski, Ph.D., "The Importance of a Long Term Self-Development concept to Army Officers"
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Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas presents the Fort Leavenworth Series featuring lectures from CGSC's Department of Military History faculty - Lt. Col. Brian Steed, "Bees and Spiders: ISIS in Perspective"

September 1 @ 3:00 pm
Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics
2350 Petefish Drive, Lawrence, KS 66045

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Capt. Johnny Martinez (far left), logistics planner, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, discusses brigade support elements with Leonard Verhaeg (blue shirt), instructor, during the leaders training program at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, on July 8, 2016. Martinez is one of many new members of the brigade staff receiving instruction prior to upcoming command post exercises. (Photo by Capt. Ramee L. Opperude, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division)...Read More
Retired Army Col. Kim Summers cites Army doctrine to argue that Department of the Army civilians are indeed professionals and members of the Army Profession. This article responds to a previous Military Review article that held a differing viewpoint.

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“Ignite them.” That’s what the Army Management Staff College is out to do with its students: Ignite their leadership potential with a premier leader development experience. These are not Soldiers they are endeavoring to mold into Army leaders, however. They are members of the Army Civilian Corps with unique backgrounds. At the heart of this effort is instilling in them a level of career commitment that rises above that needed for a mere job. Photo by Master Sgt. Gary Qualls

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Lieutenant Colonel Brian North’s Making the Difficult Routine is the first focused study of the US Army’s capacity to rapidly change task organization in the summer and fall of 1944. North finds that a shared educational experience and a common foundation in doctrine were the key factors in the Army officer corps ability to reorganize large combat formations in the midst of intense combat. This study suggests that this capability was critical to the Army’s success in the European theater in 1944 and offers important insights for the US Army today. To download a copy, click here....Read More

Civilian Education System (CES) courses are now open for FY17 enrollment in CHRTAS. Commands are responsible for managing quotas for their Army Civilians, so work with your supervisor and training manager to determine your eligibility and priority level. Always review your CHRTAS profile to ensure it is accurate (to include your supervisor's email).

View our ces course schedule for a full list of fy17 offerings.

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In the fall of 1864, a large Confederate force launched a major raid on Missouri. That raid would culminate in the Battle of Westport in Kansas City, a Union victory that effectively ended Confederate resistance in Missouri. The Battlefield Atlas of Price’s Missouri Expedition offers a guide to that raid, including over 75 maps that recount the operation in detail. To download the atlas, click here ...Read More