The mission of the International Military Student Office is to provide for, or
coordinate, the total support of International Military Students during their
training at DINFOS. The support requirements include administrative, academic,
educational (Field Studies Program (FSP)), social, and personal needs.
International Military Students must report to the International Military
Student Office in Building 6490, room 118.
Under the Security Assistance Training Program, allied countries send students
to DINFOS as part of an ongoing effort to enhance the knowledge, skills, and
the professionalism of their forces. The goal of this program is to increase
the student's understanding of the United States, its people, political system,
institutions, and way of life, as well as increase their awareness of the U. S.
commitment to the basic principles of internationally recognized human rights.
The International Military Student Officer (IMSO) serves as the central point
Foreign nationals working for the U.S. Government and attending DINFOS as
civilian students are assigned to a Service Component and are under the purview
of the Commandant. All international students and foreign nationals working for
the U.S. must meet the same qualifications and are held to the same
instructional standards as their U.S. counterparts.
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