Military Education Resources

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The ArmyU Library System

The Army University Library System (AULS) is a new and better library experience with increased opportunities for academic research, critical thinking, and increased networking of TRADOC library resources all from once place. Visit

Army University Press

The Army University Press is the Army’s entry point for cutting edge thought and discussion on topics important to the Army and national defense. Its suite of publication platforms and educational services includes Military Review, Journal of Military Learning, NCO Journal, traditional battlefield and virtual staff rides, documentary films, and extensive research and published books. Visit

Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL)

CALL's drives Army change through leading the Army Lessons Learned Program (ALLP) and delivering timely and relevant information to resolve gaps, enhance readiness, and inform modernization. To accomplish this CALL, executes the Army Annual Plan collecting, analyzing, disseminating, integrating, and archiving lessons learned from tactical to theater/strategic levels.
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Lifelong Learning Center: “Blackboard .com & .mil”

Access your Army course virtually in the Enterprise Lifelong Learning Center (ELLC) "Blackboard.mil" or Army Lifelong Learning Environment (ALLE) "Blackboard.com". Visit

Army Learning Management System (ALMS)

The ALMS is a centralized training system allowing training NCOs, training managers, instructors, unit commanders, and individual users to schedule, register, and deliver standardized Army training to Soldiers and DA Civilians at home and abroad. ALMS provides Storage of automated courseware and delivery of training content such as U.S. Army Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP), Distributed Leader Course, Information Security Program Training, Risk Management, Commander’s Safety Course. Restricted site, CAC login required. Visit

 

Centers and Schools

ArmyU synchronizes 27 Army Schools organized under ten Centers of Excellence (CoE) each focused on a separate area of expertise within the Army. Visit a specific CoE or school home page for more information.

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