Civil-Military Approaches to Maritime Security, Bi-lateral Mobile Course (MASL # P219178)
Center for Civil-Military Relations
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) o ers a one-week, custom-designed mobile course entitled ‘Civil- Military Approaches to Maritime Security.’ The course is taught by a cadre of highly experienced career Navy and Coast Guard maritime professionals, academics who specialize in maritime issues, and experts from the commercial sector. It is available to all FMF, MSI, IMET and CTFP recipient countries. The course can be o ered as either a national or regional Mobile Education Team (MET).
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