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WHINSEC FAST FACTS

Week of Feb 13-17, 2017
173 Students from 17 countries

*Defense Resource Management and Logistics Course begins Tuesday, and Countering Transnational Threats Course begins Wednesday.*

Command & General Staff Officer Course
(64 students) concludes Operational Planning Exercise and conducts an exercise in the Fort Benning Battle Lab on the Preparation and Execution of Military Operations.

Medical Assistance Course
(11 students) studies Casualty Movement, Trauma Scenarions (Hemorrhage Control, Airway, Thoracic Trauma), Head Injuries with Traumatic Brain Injury, Ocular Injuries, Abdominal Trauma, Burn Complications, Spinal Injuries and Musculoskeletal Trauma.

Joint Operations Course
(30 students) studies Special Operating Forces and Special Operations; Operations in Cyberspace; Strategic and Operational Sustainment; and Operational Art and Design.

Intelligence Analysis of International Operations Course
(24 students) conducts a Field Studies Program trip to Atlanta, studies Identifying Threat Objectives, End States and Courses of Action; and Developing, Evaluating and Prioritizing Threat Courses of Action.

Small Unit Leader Course
(27 students) studies NCO Evaluations, Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Rape, Effects of Culture, Ethical Problem Solving, Military Justice and Discipline, Resilience, Suicide Prevention for Junior Leaders, NCO Education Initiatives, and Training Management.

UN Peacekeeping Operations Course
(17 students) conducts a Field Studies Program trip to Atlanta, receives classes on Democracy & Human Rights, Strategic Overview of Peacekeeping Operations, and the Establishment and Functioning of a UN Peacekeeping Operation.

Defense Resource Management and Logistics Course begins with classes on Prevention of Sexual Harassment & Rape, the Armed Forces & Democracy, Democracy & Human Rights, the Profession of Arms (Values), the Operational Environment, Introduction to the Research Project, and The Foundation of Foreign Circles of Power.

Countering Transnational Threats Course begins with an orientation to the Institute and the course, and in-processing requirements.