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Technological changes and the growing need for geospatial engineering data have shown that it is imperative that training in WOBC, WOAC, and Warrant Officer Intermediate-Level Education meet the needs of our senior leaders in the U.S.
(5) Military Personnel (MILPER) Message 12-214, "Academic Year 2013-2014 Army Competitive Category (ACC) Intermediate-Level Education (ILE) Opportunities and Procedures for Applying to Foreign, Sister Service School, and ILE Interagency Fellowship Attendance," 10 July 2012,
The Army's Intermediate-Level Education program is now a fairer and more equitable educational experience than previously.
CGSC has developed an intermediate-level education (ILE) concept
At the time this article was written, Major Kreie was an Intermediate-Level Education student at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
By now, most Army officers know that the term "Intermediate-Level Education" (ILE) refers to the third tier of the Officer Education System and is linked directly to Army Transformation.
Resolution of officer intermediate-level education issues may be at hand, especially where it concerns functional area (FA) qualifications.
At the time this article was written, Major Grygar was an Intermediate-Level Education student at Fort Lee, Virginia.
Two issues that did generate considerable discussion were the Chief of Staffs (CSA's) guidance that all Majors need to receive intermediate-level education (ILE) and secondly, we need to identify funding for required functional area training before the officers' first utilization assignments.
Major Mularoni is currently an Intermediate-Level Education student at the U.S.
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