As many African security challenges are nontraditional and societally based, the Africa Center engages with a wide range of security sector actors—civilian, uniformed, and civil society—with the aim of enhancing citizen security by strengthening the effectiveness and accountability of African security sector institutions.
The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) is a U.S. Department of Defense institute that addresses regional and global security issues, inviting military and civilian representatives of the United States and Asia-Pacific nations to its comprehensive program of executive education and workshops, both in Hawaii and throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
DLIELC prepares U.S. and international military and civilian personnel to communicate in English and provides English language training and services to programs around the world in support of Security Cooperation objectives.
The DoD Civilian Leader Development community is a collection of programs developing highly competent civilian executives and leaders to successfully accomplish DoD’s complex national security mission. See Training for Vanguard, WHLDP, DSLDP, ELDP, DCELP, bottom of Policy page for PMC IRP and other programs. And M&STP. Visit us here, DCPAS Talent Development
The Marshall Center Members Portal allows alumni, staff and partners to maintain contact with one another, share their most recent career and contact information, post stories and discuss current events in academic discussion groups, as well as download newsletters and various academic materials presented at the Marshall Center or during the Center's numerous Outreach Events.
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Institute for Security Governance (ISG) identifies and provides input to DSCA on the annual Defense institution building priorities, manages and oversees DIB activities, develops DIB methodologies, conducts education for DIB and security cooperation personnel under the fiscal oversight of the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA).
The 37th Training Wing, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX, is the largest training wing in the U.S. Air Force. The Wing operates schools at nine locations throughout the U.S. with most of its training conducted at JBSA-Lackland. The Wing trains Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardsmen, government agencies, coalition partners from over 100 countries and military working dog.
The Ministry of Defense Advisors (MoDA) program was developed as a result of operational requirements in Afghanistan and Iraq. Defense capacity building efforts in these countries focused heavily on improving the tactical proficiency of security forces, but often neglected ministerial capacity building.
The NATO School members portal allows for multi-way communication: Members can post and download content, (files, blog posts) as well as make comments and post documents to share. Additionally, the portal provides the means to communicate directly with others.
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When the Department of Defense recognized the need for an organization to serve and support the challenging region that extends from North Africa, across the Arabian Peninsula and into South Asia, the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (NESA Center) was born.
The Partnership for Peace Consortium (PfPC) of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes is a voluntary association of institutes of higher learning in defense and security affairs. Linking over 800 defense academies through a network of educators and researchers by sharing best practices and developing concrete solutions to common challenges.
As part of GlobalNet, PfP-NATO Network designs, integrates, and provides innovative technologies and services to facilitate collaboration and strengthen relationships in the Euro-Atlantic and Partnership for Peace community.
The Security Cooperation Collaboration Network (SCCN) is a collective of security practitioners from around the DoD..
The Stevens Center will build strong, sustainable, domestic and international networks of security leaders and promote and conduct focused research on Arctic security to advance DOD security priorities in the Arctic region.
The US Army War College network allows alumni, staff and faculty to maintain contact with one another, share personal/professional updates, post items of interest and discuss strategic challenges and opportunities.
The Perry Center is a DoD institution for defense and security studies in the Western Hemisphere. Through courses, seminars, outreach, strategic dialogue, and focused research in support of policy objectives, the Perry Center works with senior civilian and military officials from the Americas to build strong, sustainable networks of security and defense leaders and institutions.