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February 26-March 2, 2018

**WHINSEC joins in celebrating the Dominican Republic’s 174th Anniversary of Independence.**

DOMREP Brindis

Eight courses in session with 204 students from 13 countries.

Command & General Staff Officer Course
(57 students) studies Executing Major Operations.

Medical Assistance Course
(18 students) studies Environmental Threats, Casualty Triage, and Managing a Casualty; conducts Trauma Scenarios 3, Integration.

Joint Operations Course
(17 students) studies Planning Joint Logistics, Drafting Courses of Action, Analyzing Courses of Action and Comparing Courses of Action; conduct visit to the National Infantry Museum.

Basic Enlisted Leadership Professional Development
(40 students) studies History of the Army & the NCO; Drill & Ceremony; Battlefield Evacuation of the Wounded, Tactical Site Exploitation, Map Reading & Land Navigation, Conducting Individual Training, Team & Squad Movement Techniques, and Tactical Reports & Requests.

United Nations Staff and Peacekeeping Operations Course
(15 Students) continues a Staff Ride to UN HQ in New York Monday and Tuesday; reviews three Case Studies: UN in Rwanda 1994, Women, War and Peace Liberia, and MINUSTAH; studies Stability Operations and Resources and Conflict: Understanding the Causes and Finding Solutions during UN Peacekeeping Operations.

Master Enlisted Leadership Professional Development Course
(11 students) studies Role & Responsibilities of a SGM/CSM, Joint Operations, Considerations in the Mlitary Operational Environment, Senior Commands and Staffs, Enforcing Command & amp; Control; and conducts a Leadership Exercise.

Joint Logistics and Security Assistance Course
(16 students) studies Strategic Logistics Policy; Joint Command Relationships & Authorities; Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental & Multinational (JIIM) Operations; Joint and Multinational Logistics; Supply Chain Management; The Planning, Programming, and Budgeting Execution (PPBE) Process and Multi-Year Planning; Defense Acquisition Process; and USSOUTHCOM JTF-Haiti Case Study.

Countering Transnational Threats Course
(25 students) studies Transnational Organized Crime.