Center for Army Lessons Learned

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The new logo for the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) reflects the organization’s 30 years of service to the Army. CALL was established August 1, 1985, by the 30th Chief of Staff of the Army, Gen. John A. Wickam Jr., in recognition of the need to collect lessons from training and combat operations and share them across the Army. “The Center for Army Lessons Learned is one of the oldest institutions in the Department of Defense that studies and distributes lessons and best practices in the United States Army and to Unified Action partners. Since its establishment … CALL identifies, collects, analyzes, disseminates and archives lessons and best practices at the tactical, operational and strategic levels, whether at home during training or deployed around the world." – Brig. Gen. Willard Burleson, Director, Mission Command Center of Excellence, Fort Leavenworth ...Read More

Mission Statement

The Center for Army Lessons Learned facilitates the Army’s lessons learned program by identifying, collecting, analyzing, disseminating, and archiving issues and best practices; and by maintaining situational awareness in order to share knowledge throughout the Army as well as our unified action partners utilizing tools like networks, workshops, and interviews.

CALL's Vision

The Center for Army Lessons Learned is the Army’s premier center for operationalizing lessons learned which provides leading edge knowledge that supports the Army Warfighter and its partners, enabling them to win in a complex world.

Individuals requiring additional information, articles, publications, research material, etc. may request them at the CALL RFI site, located at this address: https://call2.army.mil/rfi/