Lessons Learned

17-17: DATE at the JMRC, Volume IV Newsletter

The DATE at the JMRC Newsletter Vol IV contains articles written by Observer/Controller Trainers from the Joint Multinational Readiness Center. This newsletter covers topics such as:

  - Multinational Interoperability
 &nbsp- Joint and multinational Fires
 &nbsp- Fratricide Avoidance
 &nbsp- Mission Command
 &nbsp- Camouflage
 &nbsp- Reconnaissance using multinational Task Force

17-18: DATE at the JRTC, Vol. XV Newsletter

17-18: DATE at the JRTC, Vol. XV Newsletter (CAC login required)

This volume features more than 20 articles from the subject matter experts and observer coach/trainers (OC/Ts) at the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC), organized by warfighting function. From field artillery battery observations and rifle company trends to reception, staging, onward movement and integration (RSOI) and command post observations and challenges, there is something in this newsletter for everyone.

18-02 Executing Knowledge Management in Support of Mission Command: A Primer for Senior Leaders

This primer, developed using lessons learned from Soldiers in the field and at the combat training centers, has been prepared by the Army Knowledge Management (KM) Proponent. It is intended to provide senior Army leaders a concise understanding of KM and what they can do to improve important organizational processes (e.g., the military decision making process and operations process). It briefly discusses basic KM concepts, the roles of senior leaders in KM, and provides some techniques senior leaders may choose to employ in managing a KM program.

18-04 Mission Command in the Division and Corps Support Area Handbook

During warfighter exercises, it had become apparent that division and corps commanders were challenged with mission command of forces in their support areas. The commander of United States Army Forces Command directed establishment of a support area command post (SACP) to improve mission command.

18-05 Strategic Landpower in Europe Special Study

U.S. ground forces are transitioning from a period of sustained large-scale counterinsurgencies to preparing for future conflicts. The evolution of ground operations foretell a synthesis of counterinsurgency versus traditional warfare, unconventional versus conventional, and irregular versus regular for future military engagements in Europe.

18-06 Leader's Guide to the Digital Liaison Detachment

This handbook provides leaders and supporting staff in the operational Army with an overview of how to plan, train, and leverage the capabilities of digital liaison detachments (DLDs) that render a critical capability for mission command liaison and interoperability. Also included are operational insights from CALL assessment teams during exercises Anakonda 16 and Saber Guardian 17. DLDs are assigned or attached to selected theater armies and Army Service component commands. They are employed at theater armies or in support of corps and division echelons.

18-07 U.S. Army Europe: Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration

This bulletin provides lessons and best practices for units deploying to the U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) area of responsibility as well as for units supporting (theater and strategic enablers) these deployments. Specifically, it chronicles the deployment of 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT)/4th Infantry Division (ID), located at Fort Carson, CO, to Poland in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.

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