The DLIFLC Mission Public Affairs Office supports the DLIFLC commandant and foreign language training mission by monitoring public opinion; evaluating the effectiveness of policies and actions; making recommendations to military and academic leadership regarding media and strategic communication outreach; and conducting programs to keep the general public informed on the actions of DLIFLC’s foreign language training mission. Through command information, media relations and community relations programs the DLIFLC MPAO fulfills the Army’s obligation to keep the American people and the Army informed, and helps to establish the conditions that lead to confidence in America’s Army and its readiness to conduct operations in peacetime, conflict and war.
The DLIFLC MPAO office is responsible for planning, developing, coordinating and disseminating key command themes and messages to intended target audiences. MPAO recommends courses of actions and mediums to distribute internal and external messaging that reaches a variety of media outlets and levels up to and including Congress. MPAO produces a biannual magazine, the Globe, (link) which is devoted to the military foreign language community.
MPAO maintains the www.dliflc.edu website, runs the DLIFLC Facebook page, and creates promotional videos for institute which are posted on the DLIFLC VIMEO and YouTube Channels. The office also develops and coordinates production of promotional materials and products for worldwide dissemination and ensures appropriate branding of DLIFLC’s online presence and products.
Additionally, the MPAO is responsible for the vetting of all information released to the public that includes the review of conference presentations, research and academic papers, abstracts and proposals prior to publication.
Faculty and staff seeking approval to publish their materials external to DLIFLC should fill out the DLIFLC Public Information Release Form 1910 and submit it to email@example.com at least two weeks prior to their submission deadline.
Instructors seeking advice for copyright regulations pertaining to the development of academic curricula and other materials should consult the Installation Copyright page on SHAREPOINT for the DLIFLC Copyright manual and other useful documentation.
Media queries pertaining to the Installation Command Group, Provost Organization and schoolhouses should be directed to this office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (831) 242-6015. Army recruiters wishing to organize an academic tour to DLIFLC should also contact MPAO.
The MPAO coordinates closely with the Garrison Public Affairs Office which can be reached at email@example.com or by calling (831) 242-5555.
DLIFLC Mission Public Affairs
1759 Lewis Rd., Bldg. 614, room 111
Presidio of Monterey, CA 93944