Soldiers and Airmen from the 1st Infantry Division Joint Air-Ground Integration Center conducted training Jan. 7-11 with the Army Joint Support Team at Hurlburt Field, Fla. Training focused on executing processes, procedures, and battle drills using digitally enhanced decision-making techniques. The Theater Battle Management Core Systems and Army Battle Command System-capable training lab gave students the opportunity to hone systems integration training; develop standard operating procedures and tactics, techniques, and procedures; and improve system operator performance. This offsite training venue is a proven method for developing division staffs in planning and executing the JAGIC technique....Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence's Director of Training Col. Scott Nauman leads discussion during the first biannual Mission Command Forum Jan. 9 at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. The forum focused on combat training center trends, observations, and ways to improve support to training audiences at the CTCs. These concerns will inform MCCoE’s doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, personnel, facilities, and policy stakeholders. Attendees included representatives from U.S. Army Forces Command, the CTCs, and others from the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center enterprise. ...Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence Director Maj. Gen. Douglas Crissman and Senior Enlisted Advisor Sgt. Maj. Christopher Prosser present the Superior Civilian Service Award to retiring MCCoE Chief of Operations Peter B. Benoit, Jr., at a ceremony at the Frontier Conference Center Dec. 19. Benoit officially retires Dec. 25 after more than 30 years of federal service with his last two years as the MCCoE CHOPS....Read More
Mission Command Center of Excellence Director Maj. Gen. Douglas Crissman welcomes Representative (Elect) Steven Watkins, Jr., Kansas 2nd Congressional District, during a visit to the headquarters Dec. 19. The MCCoE deputy director and representatives from the MCCoE subordinate organizations briefed Watkins on their mission areas and how those efforts fit into the Combined Arms Center and Army priorities. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate Deputy Director Jim Benn presents longtime employee C-H King with a token of appreciation on the occasion of her retirement from Federal Service at a farewell luncheon Dec. 18. King will retire this month after 33 years as a Department of the Army civilian, having served at CADD since 2006. (U.S. Army photo by Maj. Brandon Boatwright)...Read More
Members of the Israel Defense Force visited the Mission Command Center of Excellence as part of a pre-Future Battlefield Annual Talks working group Dec. 10. The U.S. Army and the IDF regularly meet to discuss combined arms doctrine development and lessons learned collection. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Sixteen students from the Air Force’s LeMay Center and from across the Army graduated from the Army Lessons Learned Course Dec. 7. During the course, students learned the principles of lessons learned and program management, use of the Joint Lessons Learned Information System, and how to access other useful resources. (U.S. Army Photo by Christine Weis)...Read More
CALL welcomed Lt. Col. Seongwon Lee from the Republic of Korea Army Training and Doctrine Command Lessons Learned Department and the Combined Arms Center ROK Army liaison officer this week for a visit to discuss identifying, collecting, disseminating, and archiving lessons and best practices to drive change within our armies. The team also looked at opportunities to conduct combined collections during exercises and operations. ...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.