Leader Development & Education (LD&E)

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The Command and General Staff College, welcomes members of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) to Fort Leavenworth. The intent of the NASSP and U.S. Army Leadership and Professional Development Symposium is to bring together established secondary school principals and emerging leaders or "proté gés" from secondary schools around the country, to share professional development guidance with attendees to enhance their knowledge in support of school improvement efforts via discussion and demonstration of Army best practices in leader development. The symposium will provide tangible, applicable guidance and resources to symposium participants by presenting content and experiences that can inform or be applied by NASSP members....Read More
With the Taliban threatening Kandahar city in the summer of 2009, the Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry – part of the first Stryker brigade to deploy to Afghanistan – mounted a series of actions to destroy insurgent power in the region. Strykers in Afghanistan tells the story of the battalion’s initial operations, focusing on its difficult fight for the Arghandab Valley. The valley, located near Kandahar city, was a Taliban safehaven characterized by dense orchards and irrigation canals. This study recounts how the men of 1-17 IN took advantage of their equipment and adapted their tactics in the face of a determined foe defending complex terrain. To download a copy, please go to: http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/csi/....Read More
Former Army Chief of Staff and current President of the Association of the United States Army, retired Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan met with Deputy Commanding General CAC LD&E, Brig. Gen. Christopher P. Hughes, CAC Chief of Staff Col. Monty L. Willoughby, and other key CAC leadership on 23 Oct. to discuss current Army training and doctrine initiatives. ...Read More
Marine Corps Detachment Birthday Ball / Friday, November 7, 2014
Fort Leavenworth Frontier Conference Center
350 Biddle Blvd., Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027

Speaker: Brigadier General Thomas D. Weidley - President, Marine Corps University

1800 Social Hour - 1900 Ceremony & Dinner
Tickets: $40 (E-1 - E-5), $50 (SNCO), $65 (Officer & Civ)
Military Attire: Dinner/Mess Dress - Civilian Attire: Formal
Gift: K-Bar Bottle Opener & Coin for each guest

For Tickets: https://einvitations.afit.edu/inv/index.cfm?i=213730&k=0060410E7857
Please RSVP by: October 31, 2014
Payment Contact: (913) 684-2256
Email: usarmy.leavenworth.tradoc.mbx.cgsc-mcelm-web@mail.mil

Table Menu: Beef/Chicken Combo, Vegetarian, or Gluten Free / Cash Bar
Childcare Not Available

Hotel Reservations: http://www.ihg.com/armyhotels/hotels/us/en/ft.-leavenworth/mfvwa/hoteldetail...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
Dedication of the Ike Skelton Combined Arms Research Library, Thursday 11 September 2014 at 11:00am. The ceremony will be hosted by Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. Raymond T. Odierno. ...Read More

Mission

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.

Vision

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.