Civil Affairs Officer (38-Gulf) Training
MetadataShow full item record
The overall project is focused on the development of the curriculum for the new 38-Gulf Civil Affairs Officer training. This part of the project is focused on the development of a model that will be used in the classroom to help students understand the complexities of nation-state building and to refine their skills in managing the effort. The model will be a multi-agent based representation of the complex interactions and dependencies that must be carefully balanced to bootstrap a failed state back into autonomous nation-state-hood. The model is fundamentally an attempt to take our substantial body of qualitative 'lessons learned' and convert them into quantitative models that can be executed within a geographically contextualized simulated environment. Stable nation states are characterized as requiring five interdependent sectors by established and integrated. The challenge is keep the process balanced in a context which is often turbulently unstable. The developed model is expected to serve as a framework within which future lesson-learned and theoretical advancements can be integrated.
MOVES Institute Research Project
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Rendon, Frank; Wilson, Robert; Colston, Robert; RWC Manpower Consulting (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2011-06-07);EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Today's Navy is faced with a number of challenges in attracting and retaining the officers and enlisted personnel required to operate and maintain the technical equipment required to achieve mission ...
Amundson, Patrick; Yu, Edgar (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 2017-12); NPS-CM-18-027The purpose of this research project is two-fold: to explore the development and progression of the Navyﾒs Green Procurement Program (GPP) and then to assess Navy organizationsﾒ degree of success with incorporating GPPs ...
Amundson, Patrick D.; Yu, Edgar A. (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School, 2017-12);The purpose of this research project is two-fold: to explore the development and progression of the Navy's Green Procurement Program (GPP) and then to assess Navy organizations' degree of success with incorporating GPPs ...