Foreign Military Training: Joint Report to Congress, Fiscal Years 2006 and 2007
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
August 2007
Report

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

READING THE REPORT

I

OPERATIONAL BENEFITS TO UNITED STATES FORCES

II

DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS

A

GENERAL

B

PROGRAMS FUNDED BY FOREIGN NATIONAL FUNDS - FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)

C

PROGRAMS FUNDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE (STATE)

1

Foreign Military Financing (FMF)

2

International Military Education and Training (IMET)

3

International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL)

4

Global Peace Operations Initiative (GPOI)

D

PROGRAMS FUNDED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DoD)

1

DoD Regional Centers for Security Studies

2

Section 1004 - Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities:
Counter-Drug Training Support (CDTS)

3

Mine Action (MA) Programs

4

Disaster Response (Humanitarian Assistance)

5

Regional Defense Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP)

6

Section 1206 Authority - Building Partnership Capacity

7

Service Sponsored Activities

a

Academy Exchanges/Service Academy Foreign Student Program

b

Aviation Leadership Program (ALP)

c

Exchanges

8

Foreign Assistance Act (FAA) - FAA Drawdown

E

DoD - JOINT COMBINED EXCHANGE TRAINING (JCET) ACTIVITIES

F

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY/U.S. COAST GUARD ACTIVITIES

1

Coast Guard Academy Foreign Cadet Program

2

Caribbean Support Tender (CST)

III

STATE FOREIGN POLICY OBJECTIVES

IV

COUNTRY TRAINING ACTIVITIES

V

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

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