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Week of July 25-29, 2016
Six courses in session, 320 students from fifteen countries.

Command & General Staff Officer Course
(65 students) studies Effective Communications, Current Doctrine, Critical and Creative Thinking, Power and Influence in Organizations, Human Rights and the Law; conducts a Staff Ride to government agencies of Columbus, Ga.

Maneuver Captains Career Course-WHINSEC
(32 students) has students plan defensive fires and positioning weapons, study Reconnaissance and Security Operations, prepare and present the A3 warning order and the A3 Operations Order.

NCO Professional Development Course
(41 students) and NCO Professional Development-English Course (10 students) study Stability Operations, coordinating Civil Affairs and Civil Military Operations, capabilities of Information Operations, Troop Leading Procedures and the Military Decision-Making Process.

Cadet Leadership Development Course 4-16
(158 students) practices Urban Operations at the Afghan Village Training Site, conducts a three-day Field Training Exercise.

Civil Affairs Operations Course
(14 students) conducts a Field Studies Program trip to Atlanta; studies Human Rights and Democracy, Foundations of Foreign Policy: Circles of Power, the Contemporary Operational Environment (COE) and Civil Affairs subjects (History, Organization and Structure and Core Tasks).