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Week of Sep 26-30, 2016
Four courses in session, 180 students from 14 countries.

*Intelligence Analysis of Transnational Operations begins Sep 30.*

Command & General Staff Officer Course
(66 students) studies Global Mission Command and Sustainment Capabilities; Implementing Organizational Vision; the Modern Army Brain; Cyber operations; and the Spectrum of Army Operations. Also conducts a staff ride to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, in Atlanta.

Maneuver Captains Career Course-WHINSEC
(32 students) studies the Military Decision-Making Process, (Parts 6.7: Compare Courses of Action, Choose a Course of Action, and Produce Orders). Rehearse Combined Arms and Fire Support plans; and conducts a Staff Ride to Horseshoe Bend National Military Park.

Countering Transnational Threats Course 2-16
(40 students) studies Counterinsurgency Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB), Site Exploitation and Biometrics, Counter-narcotics Operations, and Illicit Operations Assessments by country; and conducts Medical Simulation Training Center lanes.

NCO Professional Development Course
(42 students) studies Military History and the History of the NCO; Developing a Physical Fitness Program; Relations among Cultures; Every Soldier a Sensor; Media Relations; Counter-insurgency Concepts; Detainee Operations; Resilience; Effective Leader Communication and Written Communications.

*Intelligence Analysis of Transnational Operations Course begins Friday with in-processing and a class on Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Rape.*