CGSC: Developing Leaders to Adapt and Dominate for the Army of Today and Tomorrow
ARMY COMBINED ARMS CENTER FORT LEAVENWORTH KS MILITARY REVIEW
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In August 2007, the historic U.S. Army Command and General Staff College CGSC moved into the 440,000 square foot Lewis and Clark Center to continue its 131-year tradition of educating Army officers for service to the nation. For alumni who experienced the Command and General Staff Officer Course CGSOC in Bell Hall, this new facility is the most visible sign of the transformation of CGSC. Designed to meet the future needs of the Army in education, this facility is as versatile as the officers it must educate. Housing the best field grade students the Army has to offer, taught by a world-class faculty, the new CGSC is a major reason the Combined Arms Center is referred to as the Intellectual Center of the Army. While the building is an incredible story, the real importance lies in what is going on inside the building, in the classrooms, and in the courses taught. This is not the Command and General Staff College of years past, but an institution that leads by example, recognizes the evolution of the world, and changes constantly to support the Army through the accomplishment of its mission CGSC educates and develops leaders to adapt and dominate in unified land operations and advances the art and science of the profession of arms in support of Army operational requirements.
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