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Friday, March 22, 2019


Be careful what you wish for

Be careful what you wish for if you’re a Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center graduate! You could easily end up catapulted into a world crisis where leaders are clinging to your every word, making crucial national security decisions based upon the information you provide them.



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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Russian delegation visits DLIFLC

Russian Federation Maj. Gen. Elena Knyazeva, the deputy chief of Science and Training of the Military University Ministry of Defense, visited the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center Nov. 21, with a group of Russian military educators who wanted to learn more about how their U.S. counterpart teaches foreign languages.


Tuesday, October 29, 2013

229th Soldier wins local Rising Star competition

Sgt. Scott Harris, representing Company B, 229th Military Intelligence Battalion, walked away the winner of the 2012 local Rising Star competition at the Hobson Recreation Center here Oct. 25, touting a trophy and a check.


Friday, October 18, 2013

Student receives Soldier’s Medal for saving life of fellow diver

A Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center student received the prestigious peacetime Soldier’s Medal award Oct. 18 for having saved the life of a local man in a diving accident that took place on Sept. 8, 2012, in the Monterey Bay area.


Thursday, October 17, 2013

Air Force pilot receives Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor

A Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center student was recognized Oct. 17 with the Distinguished Flying Cross for his heroic actions in Afghanistan in December 2012. Air Force Capt. Charles C. Napier is credited for saving the lives of three critically wounded U.S. Soldiers in an Afghan village west of Kandahar by skillfully maneuvering his rescue helicopter and placing it between enemy and friendly forces thereby blocking close-range intense small-arms fire. “It was an honor to award Capt. Napier the Distinguished Flying Cross with Valor during our Air Force Wingman Day,” said Col. Ginger Wallace, the commander of the Air Force 517th Training Group and assistant commandant of DLIFLC, referring to the afternoon long event that promotes peer support, team […]


Friday, September 13, 2013

Air Force 311th drill team sweeps victory

Members of the 311th Air Force Training Squadron drill team won hands down over their competitors, the 314th AF Training Squadron team, in a quarterly competition that took place on Solider Field Sept. 12, at the Presidio of Monterey and Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center. “It was like watching an America’s got Talent show with a backdrop of an incredible view of Monterey Bay from Soldier Field, “said Col. Ginger Wallace, who took command of the 517th Training Group and position of DLIFLC Assistant Commandant in June.”This was the first time I have presided over this kind of an event here. It’s fantastic!” The 311th drill team prepared an elaborate free style routine that included tossing rifles more than […]


Thursday, September 5, 2013

DLIFLC Instructors become new citizens

Ten faculty members of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center became naturalized citizens in a ceremony carried out by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) at the Presidio of Monterey Sept. 5. Four additional family members participated in the naturalization ceremony, though they had automatically become citizens the moment their parents received notification. The process takes place automatically if children are under the age of 18. “The youngest person ever to participate in this ceremony was Ms. Zainab who is six years old. She was so excited about the ceremony and wanted to be there with her big brother and sister,” said Connie Trautman, a DLIFLC Faculty Personnel System staff member who helped coordinate Thursday’s event. “It is […]


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