This catalog provides references for commanders and staff to enhance their understanding of the concept and details of setting a theater. The resources listed include current doctrine, handbooks, articles, and other publications focused on setting the theater.
Ten students from across the Army graduated from the Army Lessons Learned Course March 1. During the week, students learned the principles of lessons learned and program management, use of the Joint Lessons Learned Information System, and how to access other useful lessons learned resources. Learn more about how you can attend at https://usacac.army.mil/organizations/mccoe/call/ll-course....Read More
Maj. Gen. Doug Crissman, director of the Mission Command Center of Excellence, talks about “Developing leaders to exercise Mission Command” during his Army Leader Exchange address Feb. 26 in the Lewis and Clark Center’s Arnold Conference Room, Fort Leavenworth Kan. Hosted by the Center for Army Leadership, ALx is a series of talks on leadership from national and local civilian and military leaders. Photo by Tisha Swart-Entwistle, Combined Arms Center Public Affairs Office. ...Read More
Musicians of Mars III “The Cobra Strikes” picks up the tale of LTC Milner and Task Force Mustang in the aftermath of their successful defense (in CALL Handbook 16-12, Musicians of Mars II) of engagement area Blackjack. The responses to that publication from our tactical audiences was that there was appetite for a follow-on publication that emphasized offensive operations. This volume delivers. As with Musicians of Mars II, this handbook will take the reader through a fictional scenario where the tactical leaders make decisions, some good and some not so good, that impact subsequent actions. Musicians of Mars III will have its leaders learning and improving as they progress through tactical engagements. This was intentional in the development of this publication, and is designed to facilitate tactical discussions at the company and platoon levels.
Advising at the Senior Level offers advisors at senior or ministerial levels a perspective on operating more efficiently with international governments, ministries of defense, embassies, and foreign security forces. It bridges gaps in expertise when advising at the ministerial level through insights and best practices -- highlighting what senior advisors do, how the operational environment differs, and describing how to integrate through the processes of the Department of Defense, Department of State, and the partner nation. Our purpose is to provide key insights and best practices for senior advisors in a convenient reference that enables their work at the ministry, department, and component levels. The insights in this handbook are applicable down to the tactical level and should be shared widely. ...Read More
Maj. Travis Corey, Mission Command Center of Excellence senior human resources officer, uses a virtual reality headset and glove to key in the code to a simulated door during a Mission Command Battle Lab technology demonstration at Fort Leavenworth’s Pope Hall Jan 29. Mission Command Battle Lab hosted this demonstration for the Combined Arms Center community of interest and Unified Challenge community of practice during this year’s UC to inform and build awareness of emerging technologies and enable collaboration among stakeholders and partner organizations. (U.S. Army photo by Randi Stenson, MCCoE Public Affairs)...Read More
Twelve students from across the Army and the Joint force graduated from the Army Lessons Learned Course Jan. 18. During the week, students learned the principles of lessons learned and program management, use of the Joint Lessons Learned Information System, and how to access other useful lessons learned resources. Learn more about how you can attend at https://usacac.army.mil/organizations/mccoe/call/ll-course....Read More
Center for Army Lessons Learned Analyst Tim Wilson discusses course objectives and requirements with a prospective Command and General Staff College student January 22 at the Lewis and Clark Center. During a “round robin” type event, students met with instructors for elective courses and learned about course objectives and requirements. This event helps students determine what courses will best meet their needs for both personal and professional development. The CALL elective, A344 “Army Lessons Learned for S3s and XOs,” is open to U.S. students and teaches participants how to use the lessons learned program to improve performance in their units. ...Read More
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adaptive learning based on lessons and best practices from the total force
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Individuals requiring additional information, articles, publications, research material, etc. may request them at the CALL RFI site, located at this address: https://call2.army.mil/rfi/