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December 12, 2014
Conclusion of the FY 2014 Joint Education Program (Command and Staff Course)

On December 12th, the FY 2014 Joint Education Program for Command and Staff Course was concluded.
@The purpose of this course is to prepare junior officers with the basic knowledge and skills of joint operation, which will be potentially required for joint tasks as staff officers in the Joint Staff Office or other major commands. The course was consisted of the students of three services who take the Command and Staff Courses at each service staff college and the equivalent course offered by the Maritime Staff College. Beginning on November 11th, the Joint Staff College taught 192 students in total (consisting of 84 Ground officers, 52 Maritime officers, 46 Air officers, and 10 foreign military officers).
After the completion of this course, the students are expected to study again at each service staff college. The Maritime and Air students are supposed to graduate in March 2015, and the Ground students in July. They will be assigned to each task either at the Joint Staff Office, each service Staff Office, or major commands after graduation.

@The studentsf feedback is as follows.

It was my first time to study with officers from other services, and I think it was a great opportunity. In particular, it was meaningful that I could learn each servicefs operation and capability and perceive the difficulty of joint operation.

I could understand other servicesf capabilities and characteristics through this course. I also could build a good relationship with colleagues from other services.

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