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Summer reading program kicks off



Summer reading program kicks off
by Katie Peterson, Fort Leavenworth Lamp – The Ike Skelton Combined Arms Research Library’s summer reading program kicked off June 1 and continues through July 27. The 2018 theme is “Reading Takes You Everywhere.” More than 150 children and parents were greeted with a starter bag, which included themed tattoos,… Read More

InterAgency Journal 9-2



InterAgency Journal 9-2
This issue of the InterAgency Journal features articles on interagency cooperation, the international criminal court, private military/security companies in armed conflict, women in leadership roles and more. This issue also features three book reviews and our normal “Worth Noting” news section. The CGSC Foundation’s Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation publishes… Read More

‘Hands, Head, and Heart’ vital to effective leadership



‘Hands, Head, and Heart’ vital to effective leadership
Dr. Ted Thomas, the director of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College’s (CGSC) Department of Command and Leadership, led the tenth and final presentation for academic year 2018 of the InterAgency Brown-Bag Lecture Series on June 6. Dr. Thomas, discussed how leading in an interagency-dominated contemporary environment requires… Read More

Foundation seeking new CEO



Foundation seeking new CEO
The CGSC Foundation is seeking a new chief executive officer and has begun a nationwide search for the next leader to succeed the current President/CEO Doug Tystad, who is retiring later this year. The Foundation has established a CEO Search Committee headed up by Foundation Chair Mike Hockley, which also… Read More

K-State professor guest lectures at CGSC



K-State professor guest lectures at CGSC
Dr. David A. Graff, professor of history at Kansas State University, recently guest lectured at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC). On May 31, Dr. Graff spoke on Chinese military history at an elective course in the Department of Military History. According to Department of Military History… Read More