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MIL 202 - Army Doctrine and Team Development

(2 units)
Course focuses on Army doctrine and team development. The course begins the journey to understand and demonstrate competencies as they relate to Army doctrine, Army Values, Teamwork, Warrior Ethos, and Law of Land Warfare.

Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Lecture: 2
Offered: Every Spring

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. demonstrate an understanding of how the principles of joint operations are formed around the traditional principles of war.
2. demonstrate an understanding of the definition, purpose and contents of Army Doctrine and Symbology.
3. demonstrate an understanding of the elements and characteristics of Unified Land Operations and Warfighting Functions.
4. demonstrate an understanding of the offense as a component of Unified Land operations: its characteristics, its associated tasks, and its purposes.
5. demonstrate an understanding of the defense as a component of Unified Land operations.
6. demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of Army Leader ethics by examining leader case studies.
7. demonstrate an understanding of and apply the concepts of the Law of Land Warfare utilizing case studies of actual situations.
8. demonstrate an understanding of the tactical aspects of the Army Values and Warrior Ethos.
9. describe the levels and components of culture, factors influencing culture, obstacles to cultural understanding, cultural sensitivity, and the impacts of culture on military operations.
10. demonstrate an understanding of the definitions and procedures of each of the terrorism threat levels, force protection conditions, four themes of level 1 anti-terrorism, and the fundamentals of situational awareness.
11. demonstrate an understanding of the military’s emergency preparedness program.
12. Demonstrate their understanding of group and team dynamics and team development.
13. Describe the characteristics and elements of the Cadet Officer Evaluation Report System (COERs).
14. Effectively counsel individuals; identify common triggers of suicide, risk factors of suicide, symptoms of depression, myths about suicide, warning signs of suicide, and take appropriate action in response to an at-risk individual.


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