Regional Defense Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program - Fiscal Year 2010
Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program
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This report is presented by the Deprtment of Defense (DoD) in accordance with Title 10 of the United States (U.S.) Code, Section 2249c. The Regional Defense Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP) was established to meet an emerging and urgent defense requirement to build partnerships in the struggle against violent extremism through targeted, non-lethal, combating terrorism (CbT) education and training. CTFP directly supports the Defense Department's efforts by providing CbT education and training for mid-to-senior-level international military officers, ministry of defense civilians and security officials. This report accounts for the expenditure of appropriated funds during FY10 for CTFP, including the countries that received CTFP funding, the total amount of funding provided for each country and the educational courses attended by the foreign officers and officials. This report also includes an assessment of the program and a review of efforts to improve it.
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