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Week of May 22-25, 2017
Nine courses with 252 Students from 21 countries.

** Command & General Staff Officer Course (66 students) Class of 2017 graduates Tuesday, May 23, at 10 a.m., McGinnis-Wickam Hall’s Marshall Auditorium.**

Medical Assistance Course 2-17
(27 students) studies Vascular Access and Battlefield Documentation & Communication; and conducts a Field Studies Program trip to Atlanta.

Maneuver Captains Career Course-WHINSEC
(32 students) studies Staff Communications, Doctrine on Leadership Functions, Organizational Leadership, Establish & Exercise Influence, Civil-Military Relations, the Military Profession, Interaction with Media, the Impact of Culture, and Strengthening Cross-Cultural Skills.

Intelligence Analysis of International Operations Course
(30 students) conducts Environmental Effects on Operations briefing prep and briefings; studies Tactical Intelligence Packages (TIP); Threat Composition & Capabilities, Threat Templates, Matrix Analysis, Link Analysis, and Telecommunications Analysis.

NCO Professional Development Course & NCOPD-E
(43 & 13 students) study Plans, Orders, and Attachments; Army Operations including Security Operations, Urban Operations, Sustainment Operations and Stability Operations; and Coordinating Civil Affairs Operations.

Engineer Operations Course
(14 students) studies Determining Construction Equipment Production, Designing Road and Airfield Paved Structures, Force Protection Construction, and Ropes & Knots.

UN Peacekeeping Operations Course
(Spanish and English, 27 students) receive classes on Prevention of Sexual Harassment & Rape, Security and Safety Measures, the Armed Forces and Democracy, and Democracy and Human Rights; conduct a local Field Studies Program trip to the National Infantry Museum.