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MARINE CORPS CENTER FOR LESSONS LEARNED
Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory | Quantico, VA
About Us
The Marine Corps Center for Lessons Learned (MCCLL) actively collects, analyzes, publishes and archives lessons learned materials to include observations, insights, lessons (OILs), trends, After Action Reports (AARs) and Marine Corps lessons learned reports. These efforts support training and planning for both exercises and operations, as well as the warfighting capability development process. MCCLL focuses on tactics, techniques and procedures of immediate importance to the operating forces thereby identifying gaps and best practices, and recommending solutions across the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF) spectrum.
MCCOLIS
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Marine Corps Campaign of Learning Information System (MCCOLIS)
MCCOLIS is a collaborative, knowledge management system that contains:
After action reports, trends and best practices from Marine Corps units participating in operations, exercises and deployments
Results of Marine Corps experimentation, wargames and concept development
Warfighting Challenge Repository that supports the Campaign of Learning and Future Force Development processes
*A DoD CAC is required to access the Marine Corps Campaign of Learning Information System.
Quotes

"All DC's, Directors and Commanders compile and submit lessons learned to the Marine Corps Center for Lessons Learned."

USMC SERVICE CAMPAIGN PLAN 2014-2022


"Amid the high risk and uncertainty of combat, shared experience-especially lessons hard-earned should be promulgated laterally as quickly as possible so that the learning curve of the entire organization is elevated by the creativity or misfortune of the individual units." 

MARINE CORPS VISION AND STRATEGY 2025


"We will apply lessons learned from current operations to maintain an edge against ever-adapting opponents."

MARINE CORPS OPERATING CONCEPTS

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