Center for Army Lessons Learned Launches Interactive-learning Tool
Army 21 is a multimedia, interactive-learning tool designed to give leaders
and Soldiers an immersive environment in which to gain a basic understanding
of the BCT organization, key tasks, and combined arms team integration.
Currently designed at the BCT level, the CALL development team is now moving
forward with expanding the tool to incorporate division and corps
Are Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) the Next Big Thing in Army Learning?
A Progressive Web App is a website that looks and behaves like a native app.
Often, users only notice they are using a PWA when they experience the
prompt to ‘add to home-screen or that the content is still accessible even
when there is no network connection available.
Public Health Command Europe Soldiers Maintain Mission Readiness Through
Soldiers across Public Health Command Europe divisions continue to maintain
mission readiness while taking part in virtual training courses. Public
Health Command Europe implemented virtual training courses for Soldiers,
civilians and local nationals who are unable to participate in “in person”
courses due to the COVID-19 restrictions put in place in 2020.
Ranger Handbook Downloads Exceed 200,000 in 2021
In a recently revised and released digital edition, the Maneuver Center of
Excellence in Fort Benning, Ga., in partnership with The Army Distributed
Learning Mobile Division (TADLP), developed a digital and mobile friendly
version of the U.S. Army Ranger Handbook, which offers readers the
techniques and tactics that make U.S. Army Rangers the best, most lethal
Soldiers in the world.
Army Correspondence Course Program Discontinued
The Army Correspondence Course Program (ACCP) has been discontinued. As of
Apr. 15, 2016, retirement points are no longer awarded for completion of
ACCP content. For more information regarding records and the ACCP as well as
Joint Services Transcripts (JST) visit the