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Stratcom Begins 2017 Professional Devt Program for Civilian Employees

Ten U.S. Strategic Command civilian employees will take part in a 13-week graduate-level leadership training program meant to help develop their skills in support of the agency’s organizational transformation and mission awareness expansion initiatives.

USSTRATCOM said Jan. 27 a group of national security and defense experts will train Strategic Leadership Fellow Program participants in a classroom-based, hands-on environment at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

“One of the key elements of this program is collaboration, not just with each other, but with colleagues and others at USSTRATCOM, industry partners, researchers across the University of Nebraska, working together on important research projects,” said Lou Pol, dean of UNO’s College of Business.

Bob Hinson, executive director of the National Strategic Research Institute and a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant general, said the fellowship aims to boost the civilian workforce that helps address Stratcom’s complex challenges and global operations.

The full list of the 2017 USSTRATCOM Strategic Leadership fellows can be found here.

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