The Commandant of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Col. Phil Deppert, welcomed and presented awards to the winners of the Department of Defense best Command Language Program and Command Language Professional of the Year Sept. 27.
U.S. Army policy states that units that are assigned linguists must maintain a command language program and provided several hours per week for linguists to train to maintain their language. More than 150 command language program managers attend the course each year to glean knowledge about the trends in foreign language acquisition and new products offered to military service members to better maintain and improve their foreign language skills.
Awards presented for Command Language Program and Professional of the Year
September 28, 2016
The Commandant of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Col. Phil Deppert, presented awards to the winners of the Department of Defense… read more
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