Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW)
This course, offered by a partner institution, counts toward the classroom instruction requirement of the Peace Operations Training Institute COTIPSO programme.
Dates: 2008-05-12 to 2008-05-16
Location: Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Language of instruction: English
This course presents the U.S. perspective relative to military operations other than war (MOOTW) in general, and peace operations and humanitarian assistance operations in specific. The course includes an array of classes that cover many aspects of MOOTW and include legal considerations; logistics; training; interagency organizations and coordination; NATO, UN, and multinational organizations; non-government and private volunteer organizations; intelligence considerations; health services support; civil engineering support; mediation and negotiation considerations; civil affairs, and U.S. doctrine. Students will conduct a case study and assess lessons learned from previous peace operations and humanitarian assistance operations. The course is open to U.S. military personnel (E-7 to O-6), U.S. government employees (GS-7 to GS-15), international officers and senior enlisted, and civilian staff members of a country's Ministry of Defense.
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Maj. W. A. HERON
Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Atlantic (EWTGLANT)
1575 Gator Blvd., Suite 243
Norfolk, Virginia 23521-2740
Email address: email@example.com
Telephone number: 757-462-4546
Facsimile number: 757-462-7343