Unleashing the power of the Army Profession. I am fired-up by a US Army website called www.companycommand.com. It was set up to connect leaders and enable Company Commanders to share information and their knowledge in a "virtual Officers' Mess". It allows officers to gain access to each other and tap into the collective knowledge of the members IOT share their professional knowledge with those that need it. It breaks down the stove-pipes of current army structure to allow what are currently limited areas of interest to break into seams that run across the breadth of the Army. It does what goes on all over the British Army today at coffee, but it allows for a much greater participation and therefore much greater sharing potential. I am hoping to persuade MoD to create an official community of practice, similar to ARRSE in UK called something like www.knowledgecommand.com. Does anyone have real experience of using ARRSE or a similar community of practice website to share knowledge in a military environment? I am trying find real-life UK examples of where it has proved useful.