Developing Joint Education for the Total Force

Driscoll, John B.
April 2000
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2000, Issue 24, p87
Investigates the development of joint professional military education (JPME) for reserve forces in the United States. Recasting JPME as a set of joint, multinational and interagency competencies; Reform of joint officer management; Acceptance of full JPME in service colleges; Creation of a two month en route summer school before joint duty tours; Establishment of a joint center of excellence in operational art.


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