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military education

The systematic instruction of individuals in subjects that will enhance their knowledge of the science and art of war. See also military training.
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The PME Continuum Integrates advanced education (beyond secondary school level), traditional Navy-specific Professional Military Education (NPME), Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) and leadership development.
Mr Moffat, who was also recently elected a professorial fellow of the university for his contributions to military education, has served on its governing bodies for more than 20 years as chairman of Northumbrian Universities Military Education Committee.
So I'm happy to see that, as well as within our professional military education. Within the Air Force, I tell the story that I went off and got a master's degree at night school because it was required for me to display that degree of manhood to get promoted to lieutenant colonel.
It is not surprising that most people, both military and civilian, associate military education with training and conformity.
Users can view assignment history, civilian and military education, awards and decorations, special skills and individual qualifications.
Its educational software is marketed to K-12 schools, colleges, job training programs, correctional institutions, military education programs, corporations and individuals.
The Navy increasingly will encourage junior officers to pursue joint military education programs.
Through provisions of a Memorandum of Understanding, ASMC is allowed to send paper tests to overseas military education center TCOs, who administer the examinations in secure testing rooms and mail them directly to ASMC to be scored.
Professional Military Education in the United States: A Historical Dictionary.
Military academies created teachers best suited to military schools and encouraged the founding of similar schools to perpetuate the institution of military education in the antebellum era.
It becomes obvious that in order to secure the last possible Junker son, the military education system had to settle for mediocrity.
Many of Barre's officers had been trained through the Pentagor's IMED program (short for International Military Education).

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