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18-28: Operating in a Denied, Degraded, and Disrupted Space Operational Environment Handbook

The space domain is a vital component of the emerging concept of multi-domain battle and the warfighter is reliant on the capabilities it provides to be successful in executing operations. This collaboratively produced handbook will give the warfighter techniques and strategies to successfully operate in a denied, degraded, and disrupted space operational environment (D3SOE).

18-30 - Permanent Executive Secretariat Conference of American Armies Volume III

This is the third and final Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) bulletin covering the U.S. Army hosting of the 32nd cycle of the Conference of American Armies (CAA). This bulletin serves as a guide for planning and executing CAA events organized by the Permanent Executive Secretariat of the Conference of American Armies (PESCAA) at the culmination of a two year cycle. It provides a combination of lessons learned and best practices to facilitate planning, coordination, and execution of CAA conferences in accordance with the organization’s bylaws.

18-33 - Transition to a Joint Force Headquarters - Planning Insights for Echelons Above Brigade Handbook

The Transition to a Joint Force Headquarters - Planning Insights for Echelons Above Brigade Handbook leverages Center for Army Lessons Learned collections in active joint operation areas and joint exercises to provide commanders and staffs at echelons above brigade a guide to transitioning to a joint force headquarters. Our purpose is to provide key insights, lessons, and best practices for commanders and staffs at echelons above brigade for forming and operating as a joint headquarters.

19-01: Security Cooperation and the State Partnership Program Bulletin

The State Partnership Program (SPP) is a Department of Defense (DOD) security cooperation program, managed and administered by the National Guard Bureau (NGB), executed and coordinated by the geographic combatant commands (GCCs), with personnel sourced by the National Guard. It is an innovative, small-footprint tool supporting the security cooperation goals of the GCCs and the U.S. Chief of Mission (CoM) for the partner nation (PN). This publication provides an overview of program highlights and activities.

19-03 - Multinational Joint Forcible Entry Operations Blue Flag/JWA 2018 Newsletter

In May of 2018, 7,000 personnel from 162 organizations representing the militaries of the United States and nine NATO partners converged on five training sites in southern Germany as part of the U.S. Army’s first Joint Warfighting Assessment (JWA). The common goal was to advance their collective ability to overcome aggression from a near-peer competitor in Europe. In pursuit of this goal, they trained to fight as a single, cohesive, and multinational division against a near-peer adversary.

19-06 - Advising at the Senior Level Handbook

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.

19-08 - Musicians of Mars III Handbook

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 takes the reader through a fictional scenario where the tactical leaders make decisions, some good and some not so good, that impact subsequent actions.

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