Brig. Gen. Christopher P. Hughes presents the Bronze Star Medal to Spec. Jason Ortega
for his actions in Afghanistan from September 2013 - February 2014. Most notably, on Feb. 24, 2014, SPC Ortega and military working dog ,Jill, were part of an element assisting in the search of compounds in Nani Village. They were ambushed with small arms fire by insurgent forces. Spec. Ortega pinned Jill behind cover to keep her safe. He saw that the EOD technician who had been clearing the area with him was wounded and exposed. Spec. Ortega left his cover to recover his fellow warrior and drag him to safety. That is when Spec. Ortega realized he was wounded and he, along with Jill, were evacuated for care.
The TRADOC Governance Forum
on 12-13 Aug 14 at the Lewis and Clark Center provides a method for TRADOC senior leaders to monitor assigned TRADOC missions and convey guidance, priorities and intent across multiple communities. The three forums held in the LCC are the Army Leader Development Forum (ALDF), Training Integration Forum (TIF), and TRADOC Quarterly Forces Review (QRF)....Read More
CGSOC 2015 Stagesetter
with special guest speaker Lieutenant General H. R. McMaster; Thursday 14 August 2014 at 1pm at Eisenhower Aud., Lewis and Clark Center, Fort Leavenworth, KS....Read More
International Military Student Division's Class 2015 had their Flag Ceremony
on 11 August 2014 at 9:00am in Eisenhower Aud., Lewis and Clark Center, Fort Leavenworth, KS....Read More
Fort Leavenworth was honored by a visit from several WWII Navy (CASU) Veterans
, Friday 25 July 2014. The CGSC Department of Military History representatives got a chance for some questions and answers with the veterans and their families after they were given an overview of the college.
CGSC's Dean of Academics, Dr. Chris King, gave a leader development talk to high school students from the Youth Leader Institute 23 July 2014 located out of Overland Park, KS. (View Photos
CAC LD&E develops leaders to adapt and dominate in Unified Land Operations, assists the Training and Doctrine Commander in synchronizing Army Leader Development, supports strengthening of the Army Profession, and provides support to the Combined Arms Center, Training and Doctrine Command, Department of the Army and Joint Staff as directed.
LD&E is responsible for creating an institutional learning environment that is challenging, dynamic, free flowing and exciting. Such an environment is necessary to produce leaders of character who are capable of solving problems in a complex strategic environment, who trust the Army institution to reward their innovation and unleash their creativity. These same leaders must be worldly in their thought, historical in their perspective and able to expertly operate in a complex Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational operational environment.