Veteran 101: Military Laws & Regualations

Veteran 101: Military Laws & Regualations

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INSTRUCTOR: SgtMaj Mark O'Loughlin (USMC Ret.)

TIME: 10 minutes

SERIES: Part 4 of 5

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Veteran 101: Military Laws and Regulations is designed for anyone with little to no background regarding the history of the Department of Defense. It provides information regarding the laws and regulations such as the Uniform Code of the Military Justice, Rules of Engagement, and The Geneva Conventions. The goal of this course is to assist you in feeling more comfortable in working with our Service members and Veterans by providing you with an overview of some of the expectations service members are expected to abide by.


SUBJECT AREAS

Military Cultural Competency


FORMAT

Web-Based Training, Self-Study (Online)


COURSE/SERIES LENGTH

Course: 10 Minutes/ Series: 3 Hours


PROGRAM RELEASE DATE

September 1, 2015


TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is targeted to the general population


COURSE LEVEL

Beginner


OUTCOMES & OBJECTIVES

 

  • Describe the purpose, mission, and history of the Department of Defense
  • Discuss the differences between each branch of service
  • Compare and describe the difference between The Uniform Code of Military Justice, The Geneva Conventions, and Rules of Engagement
  •  Recognize the different roles and ranks of officers and enlisted

LEARNING SERIES PATH

 

  • Introduction and overview of course (10 Minutes)
  • Overview of the mission and purpose of the Department of Defense (30 Minutes)
  • Introduction to military culture (30 Minutes)
  • Overview of military laws and regulations (20 Minutes)
  • Discussion comparing officers and enlisted members of the military (30 Minutes)

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