Civil Military Emergency Preparedness & Planning

ACSS French Representative Discusses Successful Operations in Ivory Coast During Conference

Washington—Colonel Patrick de Vathaire, Senior French Representative at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, spoke at the National Defense University on Dec. 1, 2011, about how his country successfully ran small military operations in Ivory Coast. His remarks were part of a...

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Bulgarian alumni meet to discuss civil-security

On Feb 12 the Bulgarian alumni association held an evening roundtable entitled “Civil-Military Interaction in Disaster Preparedness and Response” at the Central Military Club in Sofia. The event drew 43 participants, 36 of them alumni, and consisted of a panel discussion focusing on crisis...

DIILS COURSE ADDRESSES RESPONSIBLE USE OF THE MILITARY TO SUPPORT CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES

Twenty-nine internationals and two U.S. Army participants completed DIILS second Legal Aspects of Defense Support of Civil Authorities (LADSCA) course on 6 August 2015. The three week LADSCA course promotes the participants’ ability to engage in defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) in a...

DIILS GRADUATES FIRST RESIDENT COURSE ON LEGAL ASPECTS OF DEFENSE SUPPORT OF CIVIL AUTHORITIES

NEWPORT – 27 participants from 23 partner nations graduated on August 7 2014 from the inaugural offering of DIILS’ resident course on the Legal Aspects of Defense Support of Civil Authorities (LADSCA). This course, developed in coordination with the geographic combatant commands, is designed...

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GCMC Professor Publishes New Book

Professor John L. Clarke, ProgramDirector for the Seminar inTransnational Civil Security (STACS),examines the role of North American and European armed forces in support of civil authorities in domestic contingencies. He seeks to answer the question of what roles are - and are not -...

Latvian Alumni Gather for Civil Security Lecture
Latvian Alumni Gather for Civil Security Lecture

Marshall Center Prof. CAPT Rob Blazewick, the deputy director of the Seminar in Trans-Atlantic Civil Security (STACS), addressed over 45 Latvian civil servants and law enforcement personnel, almost all of them Marshall Center alumni, in Riga, Latvia today. CAPT Blazewick lectured on Japan’s...

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Latvian Alumnus Earns Prestigious Fulbright Scholarship in the US to Study for Masters Degree in Homeland Security

Congratulations to Mr. Edmunds Akitis (STACS 2011-2) who learned over the summer that he had earned a Fulbright Scholarship to study for a Masters Degree in Homeland Security -- the first such program of its kind in the world -- at California's San Diego State University. Edmunds (who has...

LEGAL ASPECTS OF DEFENSE SUPPORT OF CIVIL AUTHORITIES (LADSCA) (MASL P176042))

Legal Aspects of Defense Support of Civil Authorities. DIILS is pleased to announce the offering of a new resident course called LADSCA, beginning in July 2014. This course will promote the legal aspects of defense support of civilian authority in ways that are consistent with democratic...

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Paris, Major Terje Surdal, Vice President of the Council, Inter-allied Confederation of Reserve Officers (CIOR) with French Minister of Defense Jean-Yves le Drian

In February, the Inter-allied Confederation of Reserve Officers for the first time ever had students attending one of the non-resident programs at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. The organization commonly referred to by its French acronym CIOR, represents the...

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STACS Alumni Workship Begins

On April 23rd Marshall Center Alumni Programs opened the STACS Alumni Community of Interest (COI) Workshop: Examining Lessons Learned: Civil Security Operations in Major Disasters & National Security Events. This event, in partnership with the faculty of the STACS Program, is the 4th...

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