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					International
  Training
Management

                10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
PLEASE TELL THE GENERAL THAT
THE UNITED STATES IS HONORED
TO BE ABLE TO PROVIDE YOUR
COUNTRY WITH THIS $5 BILLION
WORTH OF AIRCRAFT!




                               10/10/08
THE GENERAL SAYS HE IS
GRATEFUL TO AMERICA AND
PROUD TO BE PART OF THE FREE
WORLD DEFENSE STRUCTURE!
BUT BEFORE YOU LEAVE….




                               10/10/08
...HE WONDERS IF YOU HAVE A
LITTLE BOOKLET ON HOW TO MAKE
THE PLANES FLY?




                                10/10/08
         S.A./S.C. Training

   Cost effective foreign policy
    investment
   Cements international ties
   Most lasting element of security
    assistance/ security cooperation



                                       10/10/08
           Training Definition

“Military Education and Training”
Para n, Sec 644, Chap. 3, F.A.A. of 1961 as amended


“Training”
Para (5), Sec 47, Chap. 4, AECA as amended
...includes formal or informal instruction of foreign students
in the United States or overseas by officers or employees of
the United States, contract technicians, or contractors
(including instruction at civilian institutions), or by
correspondence courses, technical, educational, or
information publications & media of all kinds, training aids,
orientation, (training exercise) & military advice to foreign
military units & forces,...

                                                                 10/10/08
         Policy and Procedures
   DoD 5105.38-M, Security Assistance
    Management Manual (SAMM), Chapter 10
   Joint Security Assistance Training (JSAT)
    Regulation
      AR 12-15
      SECNAVINST 4950.4A
      AFI 16-105
      Rewrite – Joint Security Cooperation
       Education and Training (JSCET) Regulation


                                                   10/10/08
        Int’l Training Management Web Site
                    http://www.disam.dsca.mil/itm


    References
  Policy Memos
     Messages
Training Programs
    Automation
 State Dept Links
 MILDEP/MILSVC
      COCOM
      DLIELC
        SAO
       IMSO
        IMS
 Functional Areas



                                         New Items


                                                     10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
                Training Organizations
   Congress       President

  Dept of State                   Dept of Defense
     SecState                         SecDef

   Ambassador                 COCOM        DSCA
                  SAO                                  DISAM


Host Nation
                     Dept of Army        Dept of AF             Dept of Navy
                    DASA DE&C             SAF/IA                Navy IPO
                        SATFA             AFSAT                 NETSAFA

                                                       SCETC               CG-DCO-I
                             SATMO                                                ITD
                                               IMSO/    IMSO/      IMSO/
                      IMSO    Teams            Teams    Teams      Teams   IMSO   Teams


                                      DLIELC


                                                                                          10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
S.A. Training Personnel Implement…
     Security Assistance
       IMET
       FMS (Cash or FMFP)
       Training Exchanges
       FAA, Sec 506(a)(1) or (2)
     Security Cooperation
       CTFP
       Counter narcotics - DoD
       INL - DoS
       ALP - DoD
       + + + (1206, 1207…)
          * Note: DCS is also funding source for training,
                  but S.A. personnel not involved
                                                             10/10/08
        IMET Objectives
 Regional stability through training
  which increases understanding and
  defense cooperation between the
  U.S. and host nation
 Increased ability of host nation
  personnel to absorb and maintain
  basic democratic values and
  protect internationally recognized
  human rights

                                        10/10/08
              Expanded IMET
 Not separate program - part of IMET
 Courses with following objectives:
   Responsible defense resource management
   Understanding of democracy and civilian rule
      of law including civilian control of military
     Cooperation between military and law
      enforcement personnel in counter narcotics
      Internationally recognized human rights
     Improved military justice systems
 Courses approved by DSCA

                                                      10/10/08
                 FMS
 While IMET receives a lot of
  Congressional oversight, majority of
  training (in $$ and student count) is
  via the FMS process
 FMF can also be used for training,
  either as a line of training on a
  system case or as a separate blanket
  order training case



                                          10/10/08
         Training Exchanges
   Professional Military Exchanges (PME)
     FAA, Sec 544
     One-for-one reciprocal basis, same FY
     No reimbursement under IMET/FMS
   Unit exchanges
     AECA, Sec 30a
     Authorized units only (TOE/TDA)
     Full cost reimbursement if no exchange
      within one year
   Annual reports required

                                               10/10/08
       Combating Terrorism
    Fellowship Program (CTFP)

 Approx. $35M per fiscal year
 Specific Combating Terrorism
  training courses, PME, other, etc.
 Program Manager is Assistant
  Secretary of Defense for Global
  Security Affairs (ASD/GSA)
 Course AND student have to be
  approved by ASD/GSA

                                       10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
         Identify Training Needs

 WHAT     WHEN                     Non-U.S.
 KIND WHERE COST                   Sources
HOW
MANY
                                     Direct
                    =   Training   Commercial
                         Needs      Sources
        Chef
    D,Entrainment
       Militaire

                                    FMS,
                                    IMET,
                                    Other
                                                10/10/08
Refine Training Requirement

             Internet & TMS




                              10/10/08
        SAO Training Request
                      E-mail
                     Request



                               MILSVC S.A.
                                 Training
                                 Agency
SAO         MOD


                     FMS
 BANDARIA         IMET
                   CTFP
                    Etc.

                                             10/10/08
      MILDEP Training “Program”
                       STLs

                       ARMY
                              SATFA, AFSAT, NETSAFA,
                     NAVY        SCETC, CG-DCO-I
                  Air Force
                                 Authorize
SAO         MOD                   Training
                               Implementation


 BANDARIA




                                                       10/10/08
              Student Input
                                         MILSVC S.A.
                                       Training Agency




                    Arrival
                   Message

SAO     MOD
                                       Military Service School



BANDARIA Student
 BANDARIA
                              Input

                     IMS              “Report to: your IMSO”
                                      Captain John Doe
                                      Building No. 234
                                      Telephone No. 432-254-4449
                                                                   10/10/08
     Int’l Military Student Office
 Command Supt               International
    Sponsors                   Military
                              Students
      US FSP                     and
  Base Facilities            Dependents


    SAMM                     Arrival Msg
    JSAT            IMSO       Bio Data
 Service Regs                 Invitational
IMSO Handbook                Travel Order



                                             10/10/08
                             Combatant Command’s
         Security Cooperation Education and Training
                  Working Group (SCETWG)
                                       Mar-May each year 5-8 days
 Who?                                    PACOM - Mar
        Country A                        CENTCOM - Apr
                                 When?
                                         EUCOM - Apr
                SAO                      AFRICOM - May
 Country      Training                   NORTHCOM/SOUTHCOM - May
   B          Officers
                                       PACOM - Asia
        Country                        CENTCOM - Tampa Bay, FL
          C                     Where? EUCOM - Garmisch, GE
                                       AFRICOM - Garmisch, GE
                                       NORTHCOM/SOUTHCOM - Miami, FL
MILDEP Training Agencies +
                                       - Review and coordinate CETPP
State        Defense                   - Briefings on training policy issues,
                                  What   programs, and planning issues
DSCA         Schools
                                  And  - Finalize budget year training
DISAM        Component            Why?   program
             Commands                  - Review out year training program
                                       - Provide specialized instruction for
                                         SAOs, as needed
                                                                                10/10/08
                    Considerations

 WHAT     WHEN                       Non-U.S.
 KIND WHERE COST                     Sources
HOW
MANY
                                       Direct
                    =   Training     Commercial
                         Needs        Sources
        Chef
    D,Entrainment
       Militaire

                                      FMS,
                                      IMET,
                                      Other
                                                  10/10/08
      Contract Training:
     The Contractor’s Role

 FMS vs. Direct Commercial
 "Combat" training
 Demand for MILSVC TNG > supply
 "Proven" equipment training



                                   10/10/08
Types of FMS Training Cases

 Line on system sale case
 Blanket Order case
 (vice Defined Order case)
 Differences in MILDEP management




                                     10/10/08
             Lead Time for Training
      2006          2007             2008           2009


                 Maintenance Training


                       Supt EQ Training           First Delivery
    LOA
    LOA
SIGNATURE
 Signature
                        End Item Production and Delivery


                           Operational Training


   Site
  Survey

                                                                   10/10/08
         FMS Problem Areas

   Training not included as part of
    TPA, particularly for “minor”
    system sales
       C-47 sale with no training planned
       Army truck sale to Djibouti with no
        training




                                              10/10/08
            FMS Problem Areas
 Training personnel not included in
    initial system negotiations and
    subsequent PMRs
   AH 64-D Apache sale to Singapore
       No trainers in initial planning meetings
       Training directed to be on system sales as
        opposed to separate training case
       By the time training issues resolved -
        programming of training one year behind

                                                     10/10/08
                 Typical Annual Cycle
  Jan-Feb          Mar-May            Jun-Jul            Aug-Sep          Oct-Nov
  HN/SAO         SCETWGs –             June –             Beg Aug –        IMET/FMF
discussions                         SAOs deliver        IMET “scrub”      Budget Tool
                  Evaluate         prioritized EOY         meeting       submissions:
 SAO drafts      current year    IMET requirements                       program year
  CETPP            training          to COCOM           End of Aug –        + 3 years
                                                           15 day        Oct 08 would
SAO submits        Finalize           June/July –       Congressional    be FY11-FY14
 requests to     budget year      COCOM to DSCA:         Notification
MILSVC CPMs        training       (1) no change; (2)
                                    returning IMET      End of Sept –
                    Validate        funds; (3) valid    Approved EOY
Applies to all
                                 requirements above      requirements
 funding –       planning year
                    training       current level; (4)     obligated by
IMET, CTFP,
                                  COCOM prioritized        MILDEPs
 FMS, etc)
                                  recommendations




                                                                                    10/10/08
     IMET Policy Considerations
         (Requires waiver)
   Training…
     ...teams (deployment of US personnel)
     …providing a postgraduate degree except
      at Navy PGS and Air Force AFIT
     …of duration less than 5 weeks
     …of cost greater than $50K
     …provided by contractors
     …of civilians (other that E-IMET)
   Orientation tours


                                                10/10/08
       IMET Policy Considerations
          (Cannot be waived)
   Training…
     …not related to IMET program objectives
     …of non-career military personnel
     …of skills available in-country (not PME)
     …already provided in sufficient quantity
     …where skills will not be properly utilized
     …at US civilian schools
   Repetitive training in the same course
   Initial training in support of FMS materiel


                                                    10/10/08
      IMET Policy Considerations
         (Cannot be waived)
   Sniper Training
   English language training not in support
    of specific training
   Foreign language training
   Training aids other than English
    language materials
   Correspondence/distance learning
    courses
   Doctoral/PHD courses
   National Intelligence Program training
                                               10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
  Types of Training
 English Language
   Resident (DLIELC)
   Non-resident (in-country)
   Specialized English training
 Formal Training
   Professional military education
   Technical training
   Flying training
 Specialized Training
   On-the-job training
   Observer training
   Orientation training groups
   Exported Training
                                      10/10/08
     English Language Training
               http://www.dlielc.org


   Necessity/criticality
   In-country vs DLIELC training
   English Comprehension Level (ECL)
   General English training in "American
    Language Course"
   Specialized English Training (SET)
   ECL/SET course prereq. (70 SA or SR)
   Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)


                                            10/10/08
Exempt From All ECL, TOEFL
     and OPI Testing
  Antigua      Ireland
  Australia    Jamaica
  Bahamas      Malta
  Barbados     Mauritius
  Belize       New Zealand
  Brunei       Pakistan (senior PME ONLY)
  Canada       Singapore
  Dominica     St Kitts
  Grenada      St Lucia
  Guyana       St Vincent
  India        Trinidad
                United Kingdom
                                              10/10/08
   Exempt From In-Country ECL
   Testing (will be tested in U.S.)
 Austria       Israel                     Sierra Leone
 Bangladesh     (senior PME not exempt)    Solomon Isles
 Belgium       Italy                      South Africa
 Botswana      Kenya                      Sri Lanka
 Denmark       Lesotho                    Suriname
 Fiji          Luxembourg                 Swaziland
 Finland       Malawi                     Sweden
 France        Malaysia                   Switzerland
 Gambia        Netherlands                Tonga
 Germany       Nigeria                    Uganda
 Ghana         Norway                     Vanuatu
 Iceland       Pakistan                   W. Samoa
                Papua New Guinea           Zambia
                Philippines
                                                             10/10/08
      Exempt From In-Country Oral
    Proficiency Interview (OPI) Testing

   Austria               Italy
   Belgium               Luxembourg
   Botswana              Netherlands
   Denmark               Norway
   Finland
                          Portugal
   France
   Germany
                          Spain
   Greece                Sweden
   Israel                Switzerland


                                          10/10/08
          Training Locations
 Continental U.S.
 In-country
   Short term
      Mobile Training Team (MTT)
      Mobile Education Team (MET)
   Long Term - Field Training Services (FTS)
      DoD Extended Training Services
      Specialist (ETSS)
     Contract Field Services (CFS) personnel
 COCOM Region/third country
                                                10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
 Security Assistance Training
            (DoD 7000.14-R, Vol. 15)



        Pricing Procedure
 Prices computed annually
 Training MASL published by MILDEP
 In effect for full year (w/adjustments)
 Multi-tier pricing structure

                                            10/10/08
Training Price Structure

     FMS - Full
    FMS - NATO
  FMS - Incremental
    IMET/Grant



                           10/10/08
Total Cost of Training - FMS
 Included in the LOA
   Tuition price
   Administrative surcharge
   Medical services*
 Costs to country
   Transportation
   Pay and allowances
   Other
* FMS case, country, or IMS may be billed

                                            10/10/08
 Total Cost of Training - IMET
 IMET pays
   Tuition price
   Travel
   Living allowance
   Medical services
 Under cost sharing, country may pay
   Travel (overseas/CONUS)
   Living allowance


                                        10/10/08
         Cancellation Charge

 50% of tuition cost
   If received <60 days prior to start date
 100% of tuition cost
   Contract training
   5th quarter training - received after 30 Sept
   Dedicated International training
 Attrition - proportional, no less than 50%


                                                    10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
      U.S. Field Studies Program
                (DoDD 5410.17)/FSP
   Opportunity to obtain balanced understanding
    of U.S.
     Society
     Institutions
     Ideals
   U.S. commitment to basic principles of
    internationally recognized human rights
   Perspective on American life to complement
    and enhance military aspects of training
   Develop personal friendships in military and
    civilian community
                                                   10/10/08
       Goal of the FSP
“To ensure that international
students return to their homelands
with an understanding of the
responsibilities of governments,
militaries, and citizens to protect,
preserve, and respect the rights of
every individual.”


                                       10/10/08
     FSP Topic Areas
   Human Rights
   Diversity and American Life
   U.S. Government Institutions
   Political Processes
   Judicial System
   Free Market System
   Education
   Health and Human Services
   Media
   International Peace and Security
   Law of War

                                       10/10/08
         Overview
 Background
 Training Organizations
 Training Program Components
 Training Process
 Types of Training
 Financial Considerations
 U.S. Field Studies Program

                                10/10/08
                    Why We Do It ?
   Long term benefit /influence by educating and training
    future civilian and military leaders
 Only military engagement tool available in some countries
 Further goals of regional stability through mil-to-mil relations
 Augment capabilities of military forces to support combined
    operations and interoperability
   Increase ability of foreign military and civilian personnel to
    instill and maintain basic democratic values and protect
    internationally recognized human rights
 To foster security cooperation programs that create
   trust and influence, while promoting access and
interoperability vital to United States national security

                                                                     10/10/08
International
  Training
Management

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