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Programs, Systems, and Publications Associated with Lessons Learned. Joint Center for Lessons Learned Quarterly Bulletin, Volume 2, Issue 4, September 2000

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This issue of the bulletin provides an update on joint lessons learned activities an answer to How can leaders make their units into organizations that learn from their mistakes and articles on three aspects of joint operations. On 1 2 November the Joint Staff J7 and the Joint Warfighting Center will co-host the first Worldwide Joint Lessons Learned Conference. This issues first article outlines the primary goals of the conference and contains specifics about participant registration and preparation. The next article discusses the new Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction 3150.25A, Joint Lessons Learned Program. In it a Joint Staff member describes the four major components of the JLLP and the impending changes to lessons learned reporting requirements. Roadmap for the Joint Center for Lessons Learned, the third article, was co-written by a JCLL analyst and a computer scientist from the Naval Research Laboratory. In the article the two discuss the components of the lessons learned process and how they fit together review the status of the JCLL and its programs and suggest goals for incorporating future developments and technologies into the joint lessons learned process. Getting It Right Quickly, poses the question How can leaders make their units into organizations that learn from their mistakes Major Fred Johnson, USA, discusses the need for units to learn from their mistakes and incorporate learning into operations. Perceptions Peace Operations is a reprint of an article that first appeared in an issue of A Common Perspective. In the article, the author outlines some broad perceptions about peace operations and explains his rational for using the term perceptions vice lessons learned. The sixth article, Combat Identification to the Shooter, is from the All Service Combat Identification Evaluation Team ASCIET and presents lessons learned from ASCIET for preventing fratricide by friendly forces. The final article, Challenges Facing Intelligence

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  • Military Intelligence
  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

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