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Wed, 2017-04-05 09:12

Col. Mike Pappal, CALL Director, answers a student question as part of a panel discussion during the Lessons Learned for S3s and XOs course at Fort Leavenworth’s Lewis and Clark Center. Intermediate level education students are participating in this elective course as part of the Command and General Staff College’s spring curriculum. This course, taught by CALL analysts, addresses how the Army Lessons Learned Process can be used successfully during unit operations by S3s and XOs. (Photo by Dan Neal)

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Tue, 2017-04-04 10:36

This Air Land Sea Bulletin (ALSB) is an open forum offering a wide mix of lessons learned, current status, and future considerations for warfighters. It contains a variety of articles that provide thought-provoking viewpoints and showcase the ingenuity and flexibility of United States (US) Service men and women.

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Fri, 2017-03-31 08:01

Center for Army Lessons Learned Operational Analysis Branch Chief James Schultz (right) facilitates discussion as part of the sustainment working group at the U.S. Army Fiscal Year 18 Lessons Learned Synchronization Workshop held March 28-29 at Fort Leavenworth. Workgroup participants looked at collection topics and determined how they might collaborate throughout the year, as well as what training and operations are available as opportunities for collection. Products from the workshop will be used to develop the Army’s FY18 draft lessons learned annual collection plan.

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Wed, 2017-02-08 13:31

This handbook describes the Military Engagement Team (MET) and its use in strengthening and building partnerships. Additionally it describes MET structure, training and operational employment as well as its training and structure. This handbook will provide value for future MET members in order to better understand the MET. It is also useful for MET and non MET members alike who will be conducting engagements with partner nations.

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Thu, 2017-01-12 12:53

The Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) recently launched a "Best Practices Initiative" website. Click here to read more.

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