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Mission Command Center of Excellence Deputy Director Howard Brewington leads the 10 new Fort Leavenworth employees in the Civilian Oath of Office during in-processing Jan. 21 at the Adjutant General Division conference room. The new employees include Courtney Pippin, Munson Army Health Center; Jacob Nussrallah, MCCoE; Christopher Lindborg, The Research Analysis Center; Angel Hernandez, TRAC; William Dawson, Joint Center for International Security Force Assistance; Anne Davis, Combined Arms Research Library; Edward Caraccilo, National Simulation Center; Donald Bishop, Center for Army Lessons Learned; Mary Woods, MAHC; and Casey Lessard, CALL. Photo by Tisha Swart-Entwistle, Combined Arms Center Public Affairs Office....Read More
Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, visited the Center for Army Lessons Learned for an update on the organization and its preparations for support to Defender Europe 20, Jan. 8 at Fort Leavenworth’s Rucker Hall. Funk took the opportunity to share with the team his thoughts on strategic readiness and CALL’s role as the “definitive voice” in Army lessons learned. (U.S. Army photo by Christine Weis, CALL)...Read More
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A Soldier from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, works through a practical exercise as part of the Mission Command Digital Master Gunner Course Dec. 19. As the Army begins its transition to new mission command information system technologies, Soldiers attending the MCDMGC receive hands-on experience integrating current MCIS with the Command Post Computing Environment. 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. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence Director Maj. Gen. Douglas Crissman presents the Department of the Army Superior Civilian Service Award to MCCoE Deputy Director Thomas Jordan at a farewell luncheon Dec. 18 at Fort Leavenworth’s Frontier Conference Center. Jordan, who has served as the MCCoE deputy director since 2013, will retire this month after more than 45 years of federal service. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Gen. Paul E. Funk II, commanding general U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and Command Sgt. Maj. Timothy A. Guden wish all Soldiers, Civilian Employees and their families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. (Click on photo to watch the TRADOC holiday message)...Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence Director Maj. Gen. Crissman presents a gift to Combined Arms Center and Fort Leavenworth Commanding General Lt. Gen. Michael Lundy at a farewell luncheon Dec. 3, 2019, at Fort Leavenworth's Frontier Conference Center. (Photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs) ...Read More
Soldiers from the 1st Cavalry Division Joint Air-Ground Integration Center discuss a training problem during Army Joint Support Team-led Specialized Joint Airspace Training Nov. 26, 2019, at Hurlburt Field, Fla. This five-day customized training event provides individuals with training to perform key tasks essential to the unit’s ability to perform collective-level division JAGIC tasks. (Courtesy photo)...Read More


MCCoE, as the lead for the Mission Command Force Modernization Proponent and the Command and Control 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.