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Center for Army Lessons Learned. The Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) collects and analyzes data from a variety of current and historical sources-including Army operations and training events-and produces lessons for military commanders, staff, and students. CALL disseminates these lessons and other related research materials through a variety of print and electronic media, including this Web site.

Some portions of the CALL Web site are restricted to computers registered in the army.mil domain or to those who have a requirement to view the information. Access instructions are posted in the restricted areas.

U.S. Army Medical Department Lessons Learned. The U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Lessons Learned process provides collection, analysis, dissemination, and implementation of combat health support training, combat relevant observations, and lessons learned which impact on the DTLOMS-PF concepts and requirements.

Due to current operations security conditions, access to portions of the AMEDD Lessons Learned Web site is restricted to computers in the dot-mil domain. Internet Explorer with 128 bit encryption is required to view restricted access areas.