the Combat Studies Institute provides a wide range of military historical and educational support to the Combined Arms Center, Training and Doctrine Command, and the United States Army. CSI researches, writes, and publishes (via the CSI Press) original interpretive works on issues of relevance to our Army and the defense of our Nation. The Institute conducts an Oral History program that targets Command and General Staff College students and faculty, as well as permanent party and visitors of the Combined Arms Center focusing on their operational experiences. Likewise, CSI conducts a Staff Ride program for the Army that offers live and virtual battlefield Staff Rides and serves as TRADOC's agent for information and assistance with how organizations can conduct their own Staff Rides. The Institute is charged with improving the quality of the instruction of military history throughout the TRADOC school system and does this by assisting the TRADOC Chief Historian with program inspections, assessing and revising training support packages, conducting "train-the-trainer" courses, and by serving as the TRADOC proponent for the Military History Instructors' Courses (MHIC). CSI also exercises oversight responsibilities for the Combined Arms Center Command History program and the Frontier Army Museum. CSI consists of five Teams: the Research and Publications Team, the Military History Instructional Support Team, the Staff Ride Team, the CAC Command History Office, and the Frontier Army Museum.