MICCCMilitary Intelligence Captain's Career Course (US Army)
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Thinking over the opinions offered by the MICCC students, two things became clear for the USAICoE Lessons Learned Team:
The MICCC student's original question makes it painfully obvious we need to eliminate any further delay.
Thereafter, she was assigned as the Armored Cavalry Regiment Assistant S2 until she departed for the MICCC in 2014.
Also, MICCC students are now more likely to be first lieutenants than captains, with many deployments under their belt.
NCO Leadership students have a challenge similar to MICCC students, as Big Army transitions from war to this unknown land called peacetime.
7 In order to do so, the first thing that must happen is that the CAB S2 and battalion S2 billets should be the highest priority of fill for 15C/35s graduating from the MICCC.
8 For example, since the MICCC is used primarily as a means to familiarize AEB officers with MI and the Intelligence Community (IC), such familiarization could be done in a significantly more cost effective manner by creating a short IC familiarization course and utilizing 15B aviators while maintaining the FWMEQC, SEMA course, and Top Secret clearance requirements.
Captain Luke Gosnell, LIO Executive Officer, discussed how CAMS is helping the MICCC further develop a blended learning environment for USAICoE.
MICCC Chief Major Paul Gittins, Captain Timothy Cullers and Captain Michael Hall are serving as SMEs for the CAMS project.
MICCC Seminar Program-Based on student performance on the Self Assessment Examination, not more than 10% of each class will be offered the opportunity to be in the MICCC Seminar Program.
That template worked for the time it was designed for, but with the advent of the War on Terror, leading to multiple combat deployments for most company grade officers, the MICCC must change to meet the needs of today's Army at War and associated future threats.
Students from Advanced Individual Training courses, noncommissioned officers (NCOs) from the ANCOC and BNCOC, warrant officers from WOBC, lieutenants from the BOLC, and captains from the MICCC must quickly identify and track the threat, analyze the data passed on from the unit they replaced, and then make recommendations to their leadership on what actions to take in order to protect U.