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Title: International Military Student Division Sponsorship Info Brief


1
International Military Student Division
Sponsorship Info Brief
  • US Army Command and General Staff College

2
IMS Info Brief
  • Purpose
  • Familiarize Sponsors with the Security
    Assistance Training Program (SATP) as executed at
    the US Army Command and General Staff College and
    Fort Leavenworth.

3
International Military Students
  • 28 Heads of State/Government (4 sitting)
  • gt 300 Ministers, Ambassadors and Representatives
  • gt 300 Chiefs of Staff (Armed Forces or Services)
  • Historically 50 of graduates attain Flag Rank
  • gt7,000 IMS representing 153 Countries since
    1894.

Influencing leaders today for tomorrows
changing world.
4
We dont make this up! Controlling guidance is
DoD/Joint in nature.
5
Fort Leavenworths International Community
Internationals on the installation exist in one
of three groups - International Military
Students - International Exchange Instructors
- International Liaison Officers
Organizational responsibility - IMS (IMSD
for all) - International Exchange Instructors
(School assigned) - International Liaison
Officers (CAC G3)
The rules are different for each category!
6
SATP
The Security Assistance Training Program is owned
by DOS. - origins in the Truman Doctrine -
legal basis is the FAA AECA and associated
legislation - eligibility is sanctions
driven. DoD is the Executive Agent USG does
not give away training, equipments, or
services
7
  • The Mission of the
    International Military Student Division
  • To create the conditions and climate for
    sustained professional growth and success for
    International Military Students (IMS) and to
    support the Security Assistance Training Program
    through- Administration Provide the IMS
    with advance information to assist them as they
    travel to Fort Leavenworth manage all matters
    pertaining to liaison, personal affairs, welfare,
    discipline, and official activities of IMS
    prepare IMS for return to their home country or
    travel to Follow on Training recognize
    appropriate post graduate high level achievement
    through the International Hall of Fame.
  • Academics Assist IMS in developing expertise
    and skill sets necessary for the effective
    management of their national forces in rapport
    with US military forces.
  • - Field Studies Program Support Phase 0
    operations by providing a better understanding of
    the United States, its people, political system,
    military, institutions and way of life manage
    the sponsorship of IMS through Fort Leavenworth
    and Civilian Sponsor organizations.

8
IMSD Organization
9
Albania Czech Rep Germany Macedonia
Norway Belgium Denmark Hungary
Moldova Poland BH France
Ireland Montenegro
Romania Bulgaria Georgia Italy
Netherlands Spain

Turkey

Ukraine
UK
CGSS International Class 09-1 Jun 2008 Report
Canada (2) Mexico
Jordan Kyrgyzstan Kuwait Oman Pakistan Saudi
Arabia (2) UAE
Algeria Djibouti Ghana Liberia Kenya Malawi Mali M
orocco Nigeria Senegal Tunisia
Argentina Chile Colombia (2) El
Salvador Honduras Trinidad Tobago
Australia Cambodia Japan Korea Malaysia Mongolia N
ew Zealand Papua New Guinea Philippines Singapore
Taiwan Thailand
64 Students from 61 Countries
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Armenia Czech Rep Israel Moldova
Slovak Rep Austria Estonia Latvia
Serbia Sweden Croatia Germany
Lithuania Slovenia UK
CGSS International Class 09-2 Jan 2009 Report
Canada (2)
Bahrain Jordan Kazakhstan Lebanon Pakistan Saudi
Arabia
Botswana Djibouti Ethiopia Kenya Malawi Morocco Sw
aziland Tanzania Uganda
Belize Bolivia Brazil Guyana Jamaica Paraguay
Australia Bangladesh Brunei India IndonesiaKorea
Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand
47 Students from 46 Countries
11
Student Selection
  • School Course Method
  • SCP TCDP TBD
  • SAMS AMSP Competitive Selection
  • AOSF Coordinated Invitation (ABCA)
  • CGSS ILE Resident HQDA invitation
  • ILE DL Coordinated application
  • Other OJT Coordinated application
  • continued relationship?

12
ILE International Military Student Preparatory
Courses
  • International Military Student Preparatory Course
  • Overview of American society
  • Introduces IMS population to each other
  • Familiarize IMS with the U.S. Army organization,
    doctrine, and staff procedures
  • American Orientation Course ongoing at this same
    time.
  • ILE Preparatory Course
  • Involves participation by IMS and U.S. officers
    in non-combat arms branches, and our U.S. sister
    services
  • Instructions focus on Army terminology,
    organization, tactics, logistics, and command and
    control.

13
ILE Resident (US Students 10 Months IMS 12
Months)
IMSD Admin Mission
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AOWC 3 Dec Thru 1 April
ILE CORE
W300 BCT
SOF
Electives
BCT EX
W200 DIV
W100 CJFLCC
Doctrine
Functions
Session 1
Session 2
JIIM Capabilities
Planning
Operational Environment
P910/P930 Initial FSP
C100 Foundations
Eagle Owl
JAWS EX 48 Hrs
Div EX
BREAK
JAWS
Graduation
192 Elective Hours
History
History
Force Management
Leadership
Leadership
Master in Military Art and Science Selected
Students
Field Studies Program International Military
Students
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International Military Student Academic
Expectations (ILE)
  • Do the work
  • Do your own work
  • Do the Group Work
  • you will not fail the course.
  • Alternate evaluation is authorized and
    appropriate for IMS for whom English is a second
    language. Does not compromise the academic rigor
    of the institution.

15
Field Studies Program
  • Human Rights
  • International Peace and Security
  • U.S. Government Institutions
  • Political Processes
  • The Judicial System
  • The Free Market System
  • Media
  • Education
  • Health and Human Services
  • Diversity and American Society
  • Law of War

Replacing Hollywood America with Heartland
reality
16
Field Studies Program (IMSD Execution)
  • 40 discreet events per CGSS IMS cohort
  • Limited impact on other instruction 3
    multi-day RON events
  • Wichita trip (3 day/2 night)
  • Fort Riley/KSU (2 day/1 night)
  • Gettysburg/DC (9 day/8 night)

Creating Aha! moments.
17
International Military Student Sponsor Support
System
Leavenworth / Lansing
Kansas City
  • Airport Greeter
  • American Orientation Course
  • Outside link
  • General Assistance
  • Airport Greeter
  • KC Orientation
  • Outside link
  • General Assistance

IMS/Family
Fort Leavenworth
Staff Group
  • Airport Greeter
  • Family Installation Orientation
  • Housing Services
  • Vehicle Related
  • Open Bank Account
  • Classroom work
  • Uniform(s)
  • U.S. Military Customs

SGA/Student Ambassador
  • Provide immediate classroom assistance

18
IMS/Sponsor Events
  • 2-4 Jan- IMS Report Window Airport Greeter
    Program/Van
  • 13/14 Jan - IMS/Sponsor Icebreaker (FCC)
  • 9 Feb- International Military Student Flag
    Ceremony
  • 20 March- Spring Food Fair
  • 29 Jun-10 Jul Summer Break
  • 4-6 Aug - Wichita Trip
  • 7 Aug- Military Order of World Wars Ball
  • 25 Sep- 09-2 Fall Food Fair
  • 15-23 Oct Gettysburg/Washington D.C. Trip
  • 20 Nov- 09-2 Sponsor Appreciation Ceremony
  • 4 Dec-09-2 Holiday Dinner Dance
  • 10 Dec IMS Badge Ceremony

19
Sponsor Organization Notes
  • Contact guidelines and example
  • Sponsors should not rent properties they own or
    manage to the IMS they sponsor.
  • IMS personal information (addresses/phone
    numbers, etc.) should be protected information
    please dont share it outside the boundaries of
    sponsorship.
  • IMSD PAC will make Hoge reservations for all who
    request them sponsors will be told whether or
    not their IMS requested reservations Hoge
    should be able to accommodate all requests during
    the report window.
  • REPORT UNREASONABLE IMS REQUESTS TO MR. BRETTMANN
    OR MR. EXPOSE.
  • Sponsor coordinators will be called and e-mailed
    with airport arrival information by IMSD.
  • 30 day and yearly passes for IMS living on Fort
    Leavenworth
  • Address questions to IMSD, not the chain of
    command

20
09-1 Sponsor Surveys
  • Fort Leavenworth Sponsors
  • Excellent-41 Good-17
    Fair-7 Poor-0


  • Operation International Sponsors
  • Excellent-30 Good-25
    Fair-5 Poor-5




  • GKCPTP Sponsors
  • Excellent-24 Good-30
    Fair-7 Poor-4





21
International Hall of Fame (IHOF)
  • Created to provide a distinct means of
    recognizing International graduates who achieved,
    through military merit, the highest positions of
    leadership in their nations military service.
  • Eligibility based on graduation from a senior
    professional military education resident program
    of instruction for which CGSC awards a diploma.
  • IMSD staffs nominations (received from US Country
    Teams) with final approval by CSA. Ceremonies
    are planned and executed by G3(VCO) and CAC Exec
    Services.
  • Currently 230 inductees from 63 countries.
  • Two induction ceremonies annually 6-8 inductees
    per year.

22
International Hall of Fame (IHOF)
  • Approved, awaiting induction
  • LTG(ret) Weheba (Egypt)
  • LTG (ret) Ng (Singapore)
  • LTG Njoroge (Kenya)
  • GEN Aronda (Uganda)
  • GEN Moeen (Bangladesh)
  • Scheduled for induction 15/16 April 2009

23
On Post Housing List
  • Armenia
  • Belize
  • Bolivia
  • Estonia
  • India
  • Kazakhstan
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Moldova
  • Pakistan
  • Paraguay
  • Slovakia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Serbia

24
Know Your World (A104)
17 Sep 08 Netherlands 15 Oct 08 Trinidad
Tobago 20 Nov 08 Jordan 17 Dec
08 Malaysia 21 Jan 09 Kenya 18 Feb
09 Chile
25
Questions/Comments?
26
Contact Information
  • Mr. Fain 913-684-7317
  • jim.fain_at_us.army.mil
  • Mr. Brettmann 913-684-7323
  • michael.brettmann_at_us.army.mil
  • Mr. Expose 913-684-7325
  • noah.expose_at_us.army.mil
  • Ms. Redmon 913-684-7324
  • beckie.redmon_at_us.army.mil

27
Senior Professional Military Education Selection
Process
US Security Cooperation personnel identify
country specific requirement(s)
Country specific requirements consolidated and
rank ordered (annually) by COCOM Staff
forwarded to HQDA
ODASA-DEC executes interagency staffing and
balances COCOM requests with Army specific
Security Cooperation Guidance
USACGSC configures appropriate administrative
support, based on cohort demographics receives
IMS and family
Army Chief of Staff approves invitation list,
authorizes invitation cable
US Security Cooperation personnel initiate
coordination for funding, security vetting, and
production of an Invitational Travel Order
ODASA-DEC sends cable to COCOMs, specifying
invitees
Sending Country nominates candidate, based on
course prerequisites
COCOMs pass invitations to selected in country US
Security Cooperation personnel
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