MARITIME ENGAGEMENT AND CRISIS RESPONSE (MECR)

COURSE DETAILS
CIN: J-9E-0002
CDP: 2075
MC CID: N/A
LENGTH: 5 Days
LOCATION: EWTGLANT & MTT
TYPE TRAINING: INDIVIDUAL/UNIT
MASL: P173800
ROOM: 183
TIME: 0800
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FY 2014 SCHEDULE
04-AUG thru 08-AUG
22-SEP thru 26-SEP

 

FY 2015 SCHEDULE
02-FEB thru 06-FEB
20-APR thru 24-APR
22-JUN thru 26-JUN
03-AUG thru 07-AUG

 


Peace Keeping & Stability Operations

PURPOSE
Provide students with a basic knowledge of concepts, terms, organizations, and planning considerations for crisis response and limited contingency operations with an emphasis on Foreign Hu-manitarian Assistance/Disaster Response, Security Cooperation, and Noncombatant Evacuation Operations.

 

Prepares students to assume duties on a unit/staff whose responsibili-ties would include conducting, planning, or supporting Foreign Hu-manitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief Operations, Security Coopera-tion, and Noncombatant Evacuation Operations.
SCOPE
The course includes classes that contain planning considerations common to Foreign Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief, Security Cooperation, and Noncombatant Evacuation Operations to include: legal considerations, in-teragency coordination, working with non-governmental organizations, health service support, civil engineering considerations, logistical considerations, strategic communications/public affairs, United Nations, North Atlantic Treaty Organizations, and multinational forces. Students will conduct a case study and assess lessons learned from previous peace operations and humanitarian assistance operations. The course is taught at the operational level and presents the U.S. perspective that extends from military engagement, security cooperation, and deter-rence activities to crisis response and limited contingency operations. Final day of course includes a capstone lesson taught by a former U.S. Ambassador to include Embassy perspective on MECR operations.
PREREQUISITES
This course is open to U.S. Military (E-6 to E-9, W1 to W5 and O-3 to O-6), U.S. government employees (GS-7 to GS-15), and international officers and senior staff members of a country's Ministry of Defense.
QUOTA CONTROL
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