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WHINSEC

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Sep 24-28, 2018

Four courses in session with 231 students from 21 countries.

**Engineer & Crisis Response Course begins this week.**

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Maneuver Captains Career Course-WHINSEC
(26 students) studies the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP), Phases 4-6; Organization of the Stryker Battalion Combat Team; Urban Operations; and Command Post of the Future (CPOF); also conducts a Staff Ride to Horseshoe Bend Military Historical Site.

Command & General Staff Officer Course, Class of 2018-2019
(68 students) studies Mission Command, The War for the Union, the Commander’s Role in Operations Planning, and conducts a Staff Ride to Chickamauga Battlefield.

Countering Transnational Threats Course
(57 students) studies in the Medical Simulations Training Center (MSTC) and conducts a MSTC Practical Exercise, conducts M4/M9/M249/M240 Weapons Preventive Maintenance, and Marksmanship Training in the Engagement Skills Trainer.

Transnational Threat Network Intelligence Analysis Course
(30 students) studies the Intelligence Cycle, Evaluation of Intelligence, Map Reading Operational Terms & Graphics, and Counterinsurgency (COIN) Theory Application; conducts a Field Studies Program trip to Savannah.

NCO Professional Development Course (Eng) (17 students expected) and NCO Professional Development Course (Sp) (33 students expected)
studies Developing a Physical Fitness Program, Cross-Cultural Competency, Media Awareness Principles, Counterinsurgency (COIN), Electronic Warfare, Detainee Operations, Every Soldier a Sensor, Personnel Recovery, Integrating Military History, History of the NCO, Effective Direct Communications, Written Communications, NCO Professional Development, Standing Operating Procedures, and Counseling Subordinate NCOs.

Engineer & Crisis Response Course
(23 students expected) begins Thursday with In-processing, a Welcome Brief, and training in Prevention of Sexual Harassment & Rape, Developing a Fitness Program, Operating Environment, Anti-Terrorism followed by a presentation from a Guest Lecturer.