NAVAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SECURITY ASSISTANCE FIELD ACTIVITY

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Welcome to NETSAFA

NETSAFA is the U.S. Navy’s agent for international education and training. We coordinate training support to international governments and international organizations. As a field activity of the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), we serve as a focal point for all security assistance training program issues, coordination and advice within the U.S. Navy.

On behalf of Captain Douglas Heady, welcome to the Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity

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NAVY'S 25TH IMSO WORKSHOP
ON BEHALF OF NAVY INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS OFFICE (NIPO), AND IN COORDINATION WITH THE US COAST GUARD DIRECTORATE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS, AND THE MARINE CORPS SECURITY COOPERATION GROUP, THE NAVAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SECURITY ASSISTANCE FIELD ACTIVITY (NETSAFA) WILL CONDUCT A MARITIME INTERNATIONAL MILITARY STUDENT OFFICER (IMSO) WORKSHOP FROM 16 - 19 SEPT 2014 IN PENSACOLA, FL.

In Other News...

International Professional Advanced Leadership (IPAL) Course (PENSACOLA, Fl., 17 Mar, 2014) -- On March 17th, the NETSAFA International Training Center (NITC) kicks off its 12th resident International Professional Advanced Leadership course (IPAL)- MASL P171039. Attending this five week Leadership and Professional enhancement course are eight military students ranging in rank from E-5 to O-5. They represent seven different countries including Estonia, Haiti, Indonesia, Nigeria, Papua-New Guinea, Taiwan, and Trinidad-Tobago. With this class, IPAL now enters its 5th year assisting partner countries to meet the dynamic leadership challenges of the 21st Century!

The IPAL course provides leadership education and training for international military personnel from all military services and has been designed to create a cadre of individuals in participating countries who can:
1. Rise to levels of prominence within their country's military leadership ranks, because of improved performance by personally employing enhanced leadership skills and possessing a greater strategic understanding of Leadership.
2. Serve as liaison personnel for the various U.S. (or other allies') METs or MTTs or other COCOM sponsored visits, (funded from a variety of sources), that are geared to improve professionalism and leadership.
3. Become instructors for a national military education effort to improve not only military professionalism and leadership skills, but also to help create an understanding of the necessity for a more skilled, better trained, more professional cadre of junior officer and enlisted leaders.

IPAL combines the best aspects of time tested and proven leadership training with the latest state of the art educational methods. The course was designed first and foremost with a singular focus on enhancing the leadership capabilities and professional development of international military members.

2014 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) (Mar 4,2014) -- "Building security globally not only assures allies and partners and builds partner capacity, but also helps protect the homeland by deterring conflict and increasing stability in regions like the Middle East and North Africa. Our ability to project forces...and to build capacity to help partners counter terrorism and counter the proliferation and use of WMD reduces the likelihood that these threats could find their way to U.S. shores." -2014 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR), signed 4 March 2014.

Navy Dive and Salvage Training Center (NDSTC) visits NETSAFA (Pensacola, Fla.,Apr 15, 2014) -- Navy Dive and Salvage Training Center (NDSTC) speaks to Naval Education and Training Security Field Assistance Activity (NETSAFA) audience about the future of international dive training...  (full story)