CGSOC classes nearing kick-off for new academic year



CGSOC classes nearing kick-off for new academic year

On July 12, 2021, at Fort Leavenworth, the CGSC International Military Student Division, led by Director Jim Fain, conducted an orientation for the incoming class of international military students for the CGSOC resident class of 2022. The 2022 IMS class consists of 113 students from 88 countries.

The resident CGSOC class of 2022 will conduct their flag ceremony signifying the beginning of the class in August.

IMSD Director Jim Fain briefs the incoming International Military Students for the resident class of CGSOC 2022..

IMSD Director Jim Fain briefs the incoming International Military Students for the 2022 resident class of CGSOC.

On July 17, 2021, the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) Command and Staff General Officer Course (CGSOC) conducted their International Flag Ceremony. This ceremony serves as the official opening for the 47-week-long course. A total of 67 students from 13 countries are part of this year’s WHINSEC CGSOC class.

WHINSEC Class of 2022 students march in with their country colors during the flag ceremony on July 17.

WHINSEC Class of 2022 students march in with their country colors during the flag ceremony July 17.

WHINSEC leaders and students in the 2022 CGOSC class render honors during the flag ceremony July 17.

WHINSEC leaders and students in the 2022 CGOSC class render honors during the flag ceremony July 17.

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One thought on “CGSOC classes nearing kick-off for new academic year

  1. I had a great pleasure to see a country mate with the Brazilian Flag, really an unforgettable moment!
    Best wishes!

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