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Combined Arms Center-Training Deputy Commander Col. Charles Lombardo presents Mission Command Training Program Current Operations Officer Maj. David Grindle with a Certificate of Appreciation during the CAC-T All Hands Nov. 24, 2020 at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Lombardo recognized Grindle in person and several others virtually during the event that was live-streamed via Facebook Live. Photo by Tisha Swart-Entwistle, Combined Arms Center-Training Public Affairs....Read More
The information in this bulletin is a snapshot of the Army conducting large-scale combat operations. MCTP’s observations are primarily written by a collaborative group of experienced officers, noncommissioned officers, and chief warrant officers working in conjunction with our highly qualified expert-senior mentors. MCTP uses several avenues to facilitate shared understanding of Warfighter Exercise (WFX) experiences to educate not just those units preparing for WFXs, but the total Army. Beginning in FY21, the MCTP WFX key observations will be published semiannually by CALL. The new publications will be more portable, pocket-sized books and will remain packed with current and relevant observations....Read More
Deputy Commanding General Combined Arms Center-Education Brig. Gen. Donn Hill and Army University Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony Rice visited the Combined Arms Center-Training headquarters building to meet with Deputy Commander CAC-T Col. Charles Lombardo and other CAC-T leadership July 23, 2020. Lombardo took responsibility of CAC-T July 1, Hill and Rice took responsibility of Army University July 2 so the two leadership teams met for the first time to discuss what CAC-T does for Army training. “I think there are a lot of areas we can converge on in terms of leader development and collective training,” Lombardo told Hill as they began the meeting. Photos by Tisha Swart-Entwistle Combined Arms Center-Training Public Affairs. ...Read More

Col. Charles T. Lombardo, deputy commander Combined Arms Center-Training, speaks to the audience during the CAC-T Assumption of Responsibility Ceremony July 1, 2020 at the Frontier Conference Center, Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Photo by Tisha Swart-Entwistle, CAC-T Public Affairs. Read the article at

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July 4th Message from the CAC-T Deputy Commander, COL Charles T. Lombardo...Read More

Mission Statement

The Combined Arms Center-Training drives change in how the Army trains and prepares in order to prevail against a peer enemy in Large Scale Combat Operations, identifies and validates training gaps and requirements, manages training support for the Army, delivers leader training, and serves as the training management proponent to enable realistic, operationally relevant training for the Army’s total force.

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