Foreign Military Training and DoD Engagement Activities of Interest
In Fiscal years 1999 and 2000, Volume I
U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Department of State,
Joint Report to Congress, March 1, 2000
This report is jointly presented by the DoD and the DoS pursuant to the requirements of Section 575 of the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 2000, as enacted in P.L. 106-113.
The complete report consists of three volumes. Volume I is unclassified. Volume II Parts One and Part Two are classified, as is Volume III
Refer questions to the appropriate office of the Legislative Liaison.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. OPERATIONAL BENEFITS TO U.S. FORCES
II. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAMS:
A. FUNDED BY DEPARTMENT OF STATEIII. DOS FOREIGN POLICY OBJECTIVES
B. FUNDED BY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
- International Military Education and Training (IMET)
- Foreign Military Financing (FMF)
- International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL)
- Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities (EIPC)
- Section 506 - Foreign Assistance Act Drawdown Relating to Narcotics Education and Training
C. REGIONAL PROGRAMS
- Section 1004 Drug Interdiction and CounterDrug Activities
- Non-Security Assistance, Unified Command Engagement Activities
- Humanitarian Demining
- Service Sponsored Activities
- Service Academy
- Aviation Leadership Program (ALP)
D. MISCELLANEOUS DOD-DOS ACTIVITIES
- African Crisis Response Initiative (ACRI)
- Asia-Pacific Center
- Marshall Center
- Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies (CHDS)
- A frican Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS)
- Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) Events - DoD funded
- United States Coast Guard - DoD and DoS fundedA. AFRICA
B. EAST ASIA AND PACIFIC
D. NEAR EAST
E. NEW INDEPENDENT STATES
F. SOUTH ASIA
G. WESTERN HEMISPHERIC REGION
IV. COUNTRY TRAINING ACTIVITIES
V. PURPOSE OF TRAINING
READING THE REPORT
- All activities are listed by the fiscal year (FY) in which the training began, not by the FY in which the funding for the training was provided.
- Most data in the report are "as of" November 1, 1999. Some FY 1999 costs had not been finalized as of data collection. Many FY 2000 events were listed before the foreign operations appropriation had been passed and funding allocations had been decided. FY 2000 events reflect requested and/or programmed training that may not take place.
- Volume I - Section III (DoS Foreign Policy Objectives), "Number of Students Trained" reflects individual "students" who received training. Thus one student attending several training activities/events will appear as one "student."
- Volume I, Section IV, Volume II and Volume III, "Students/Activities" reflect each training activity/event that has taken place and provide a summary of the number of students participating in that specific activity/event. Thus one student attending several training activities/events would appear as several "Students/Activities."
- Costs typically only represent incremental U.S. costs incurred in providing the training.
- IMET costs reflect course cost and do not include travel and living allowances.
- FY 2000 courses frequently list costs or students as "0," reflecting a "To Be Determined" status.
- Most costs are either the price actually paid or the standard price as outlined in governing documents.
- Some training provided can have a cost of $0. The activity may have been fully funded by other participants or reimbursed through another training activity/event.
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