The Center for Civil-Military Relations Executive Summary
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During the period of 9 –11 October, CCMR took the lead in defining the content of and participating in two seminars, in Bogota, on the theme of Military Strategy and Campaign Planning. The seminars were sponsored by the U.S. embassy and the Colombian Ministry of Defense. The presentations by the U.S participants were shared between CCMR and SOUTHCOM. The CCMR team consisted of Tom Bruneau, Director, and Dick Goetze, Program Manager for the CCMR program in Colombia. The AmEmbassy requested that Dick Goetze serve as Moderator for both days of the seminar. The seminars were supported for the most part by TCA funds. The official presenters and the participants were from the highest levels of the relevant U.S. and Colombian government agencies. The timing of the seminars was especially important as the Colombian government is presently completing its national security strategy and working on its national military strategy. The seminars were acclaimed by all of those involved as a huge success, and follow-on seminars and conferences are now being planned.
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