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100 Years of Professional Military EducationDr. Kirklin Bateman, Dr. Michael Morris, & LtCol Matthew Van EchoGazette June 2021A Quantico Centennial
Communication Training BattalionLtCol Arun Shankar, Maj Paul Stokes, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2021Innovations in 21st century learning
Deterrence ParadoxesLtCol Thaddeus Drake, Jr.Gazette June 2021Strategic deterrence policy is a dangerous basis for force design
Ditch the CFT1stLt James W. EnglandGazette June 2021And replace it with a better test that already exists
Educating to CompeteLtCol Nathan FleischakerGazette June 2021Development opportunities for Marines and the Corps
The Four-Block Littoral ForceMajGen Dale AlfordGazette June 2021The infantry’s attack toward Force Design 2030
Fourth PhaseCapt Bryan McDonnellGazette June 2021The evolution of recruit training
Learning Through New TechnologiesMSgt Jeremiah JohnsonGazette June 2021A case for podcasts as credited PME
Make It StickMaj Ian Brown & Capt Benjamin HerboldGazette June 2021Institutionalizing wargaming at EDCOM
Maneuver Warfare for the MindMaj Sean F.X. Barrett, Dr. Mie Augier, Col G.I. Wilson, USMC (Ret), & Col Michael Wyly, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2021Educating for thinking and judgment
A Message from the CG of TECOMLtGen Lewis A. CraparottaGazette June 2021
Metacognition: The Cognitive ConnectorLtCol Jaime Macias, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2021Educating the knowledge-based staff officer to meet the demands of the future operating environment
Modernizing Military EducationCapt James WhitcherGazette June 2021Increasing cerebral lethality in the uncertain battles-aces of tomorrow
Sustaining Our Competitive AdvantageMaj Sean F.X. Barrett, Dr. Mie Augier, & MajGen William F. MullenGazette June 2021Thinking is competing
Taking Foreign Disaster Response to the Next LevelMaj Laurence Paik & Maj Ty AnthonyGazette June 2021Ten actions to better prepare for and respond to international disasters
Training CommandMaj James T. O’Shaughnessy, Maj Donald Meyer Jr., Maj Trevor Hall, & MSgt Daniel SigalaGazette June 2021Implementing Force Design 2030 through “The Game of Inches”
Training the Force for Peer CompetitionMajs Matthew Hawkins & Zachariah RileyGazette June 2021Modifying the Service level training program
We Have to Focus on Strategic EducationMaj Gordon EmmanuelGazette June 2021PME for the future fight
Lessons from Force-on-ForceCapt Michael HansonGazette June 2021An honest after action review
21st Century LearningCol Joel R. Powers, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2020Professionalizing how we train and educate Marines to sustain a competitive edge in the future security environment
A Decision Game CenterMaj Bruce I. Gudmundsson, USMCR(Ret)Gazette June 2020Making a case
A LetterMajGen William F. Mullen IIIGazette June 2020
Adapting for the FightMaj Timothy J. Gillette Jr. & Maj Matthew VaughnGazette June 2020Changing the fabric of our Corps through training and readiness
AssessmentsLtCol Jacob S. ReevesGazette June 2020Why they matter in “closing with and destroying the enemy”
Contact is ImminentSgtMaj Ernest R. TwiggGazette June 2020A training change is required
Educating to Fight and Winthe Leaders of Marine Corps UniversityGazette June 2020PME prepares Marines for the peer-level fight
Quality over QuantityLtCol Alexandra Gerbracht & LtCol Jason JohnstonGazette June 2020Training command structure can impact the fleet
The Future of TECOMChris Casey and MAJ Donald Vandergriff, USA (Ret)Gazette June 2020Applying learning principles and best practices to more effectively create an intellectual edge in our Marines
Training Command 101the CG and Staff TRNGCMDGazette June 2020Ten things you might not know about Training Command
A Contrasting ViewSgtMaj Richard P. Lamelin, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2019Should the integrated training exercise remain a training exercise or serve as a readiness evaluation?
A Warrior’s MindMajGen William F. Mullen IIIGazette June 2019How to better understand the “art” of war
Educating the Enlisted MarineGySgt Neil McCoyGazette June 2019How much longer will we fall short?
Educating the Military ProfessionalLTC Jessica Farrell, USAGazette June 2019How should the study of military history impact Marine leaders?
For Want of a Ground Training StrategyCol William Yates, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2019Improving ground training systems
Force-on-ForceLtCol Robert Lamont, USMC (Ret)Gazette June 2019Initiating a planned approach
The Innovative Instruction WorkshopJody Barto, Shawn McCann, Damien O’Connell, & Micaiah RoydesGazette June 2019Facilitating learning for higher-order thinking
Marine Corps Ground TrainingCol Joel Powers, USMC (Ret) & LtCol Byron Harder, Ph.D.Gazette June 2019The efficacy of simulations in Marine Corps ground training
Mission First, Education AlwaysMaj Christopher DavisGazette June 2019Balancing operations and PME
On War‘s Continued RelevancyMaj Scott HelminskiGazette June 2019The throng and nature of war
People FirstMie Augier & Maj Sean F.X. BarrettGazette June 2019Inspiring an intellectual renaissance to reinvigorate strategic thinking in the Marine Corps
Small UASCapt Daniel CallawayGazette June 2019Integration into the Marine Corps’ Formal Learning Centers
The Tactical MAGTF Integration CourseMaj James Smith, Maj Chris deVries, & Capt Gene HarbGazette June 2019A battalion staff training planned approach
TECOM Warfighting ClubBenjamin JensenGazette June 2019Bringing together war fighting communities of interest
The Film Doesn’t LieMaj Neal JonesGazette June 2019How the Los Angeles Rams increased an infantry battalion’s lethality
The “Train Me” MentalityMajGen William F. Mullen IIIGazette June 2019It’s time to get serious about our profession as warfighters
Training TechnologyDaniel KeenanGazette June 2019A 21st century necessity