DKI-APCSS learning model proven once again, this time in first-ever Mobile-APOC held outside the U. S.
Eighty-seven Fellows completed the first-ever MAPOC held outside U. S. borders. The Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) co-sponsored a first-ever four day Mobile Asia-Pacific Orientation Course (MAPOC) held outside U. S. borders Sept. 12-15 in Seoul. The course was co-sponsored by United States Forces Korea (USFK) and promoted critical thinking related to the increasingly complex Indo-Asia-Pacific security dynamics. Eighty-seven Fellows completed the four-day course: 52 from USFK, 13 from United States Forces Japan (USFJ), and 22 international Fellows from 10 countries to include eight from Korea, four from Japan, two from Australia, two from [...]