Maneuver Center of Excellence. MCoE Vision. An MCoE team that is adaptive and innovative, preserves our warrior ethos, and ensures that our Army’s maneuver forces will overmatch the enemy and accomplish the mission in current and future wars. Leader Development.
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An MCoE team that is adaptive and innovative,
preserves our warrior ethos, and ensures that our
Army’s maneuver forces will overmatch the enemy
and accomplish the mission in current and future
“Men will follow a good leader practically anywhere and under any conditions of battle. Therefore, the placing in positions of leadership of the right men is the most important safeguard for success in battle that a commander can have.”
MG Ernest Harmon
“Excellence is an art won by training and habitation. We do not act rightly because we have virtue or excellence, but we rather have those because we have acted rightly. We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then is not an act but a habit.”
“It is not so much the mode of formation as the proper combined use of the different arms which will ensure victory.”
Lieutenant-General Antoine-Henri Baron de Jomini
The ability to fight as a combined arms team – to integrate fire and maneuver and appropriate combinations of infantry, mobile protected firepower, offensive and defensive fires, engineers, Army aviation, and joint capabilities – will remain the Army’s most fundamental and important competency.
The Army Capstone Concept, Operational Adaptability
TRADOC PAM 525-3-0, pg 19
“Because tight centralized control of operations isn’t possible or desirable…all Regimental leaders must train their juniors to do the right things and then trust them to act independently…Leaders must teach and practice mission orders.”
COL L.D. Holder