A student works on a practical exercise using the Command Post Computing Environment as part of the Mission Command Digital Master Gunner Course August 27. As the Army transitions to new command and control system technologies, Soldiers attending the MCDMGC receive hands-on experience with CPCE. CPCE is the primary computing environment under the common operating environment initiative, a major Army network modernization strategy line of effort of the Network Cross-Functional Team. CPCE is the central computing environment developed to support command posts and combat operations, and is designed for interoperability with mounted and mobile/handheld systems. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Center for Army Lessons Learned Director Col. Chris Keller (right) briefs members of the Combined Arms Center’s International Liaison Program during an orientation and program update visit, August 27, 2019. Analysts and liaisons discussed common interoperability threads noted during CALL collections at Joint Warfighting Assessment 19, Warfighter 19-4, and other multinational exercises. (U.S. Army photo by Christine Weis)...Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence Director of Training Col. Scott Nauman briefs directors of training and other senior trainers on the transition of Command Post of the Future to the Command Post Computing Environment during the 2019 DOT Conference, September 4. This annual event provides a forum for leaders to discuss, solve and resource institutional training and education issues across the materiel, personnel, organization, leadership, facility and policy domains. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
This month, the Mission Command Center of Excellence introduces “MCCoE Sends,” a quarterly newsletter highlighting activities, products, and items of interest to Army leaders, Soldiers, and civilians. Of particular interest this issue are several key doctrinal publications including ADP 6-0, “Mission Command: Command and Control of Army Forces,” ADP 6-22, “Army Leadership and the Profession,” and ADP 1-0, “The Army.” This issue also features an update on the Command Post Computing Environment and Command Post Integrated Infrastructure, as well as training information from the Army Joint Support Team and MCCoE proponent offices. For this newsletter and other Mission Command resources, visit the “Understanding Mission Command” page at https://usacac.army.mil/organizations/mccoe/mcresources
CALL hosted six personnel from the United Arab Emirates Land Forces to provide information on the development of a lessons learned program, Aug. 21, 2019. Discussion focused on how to collect, analyze, archive, disseminate and integrate lessons and best practices into training and operations. The establishment of a lessons learned capability will assist the UAE in developing a culture of continuous learning and improve interoperability with U.S. forces. (U.S. Army photo by Christine Weis)...Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence Director Maj. Gen. Doug Crissman (left) makes a point during an update brief from Center for Army Lessons Learned Director Col. Mike Lawson (center), August 14, 2019. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Center for Army Lessons Learned Analyst Marvin Decker discusses CALL products with a student in the School for Command Preparation’s Pre-Command Course during an on-site visit, August 7, 2019. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
This revision represents an evolution of mission command doctrine, reflecting lessons learned since 2012. ADP 6-0 clarifies and simplifies the term mission command, while also reintroducing command and control to the doctrine lexicon. These updates also align our terminology with joint and allied doctrine and the network modernization strategy. ...Read More
MC CoE, as the lead for the Mission Command Warfighting Function, conducts continuous DOTMLPF-P analysis to identify, develop, integrate, and synchronize Mission Command requirements and solutions in order to best prepare leaders and formations to successfully exercise Mission Command during the execution of Unified Land Operations.
To sustain our reputation within CAC, TRADOC, and the Army as an engaged, responsive, and professional organization seen to be leading change and producing results in our lane, supporting key initiatives and partners where required, and contributing to the wider capability development enterprise with quality Mission Command solutions for the Army of today and tomorrow.