Veteran 201: Timeline of Wars

Veteran 201: Timeline of Wars

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

TIME: 45 minutes

SERIES: Part 2 of 5

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Veteran 201: Timeline of Wars is designed for anyone with little to no background regarding the history of the Department of Defense. It provides an overview and timeline of previous wars and the involvement of the United states in each of them, in addition to a comprehensive explanation of the most current conflicts. 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 the history of the United States involvement in past and present global affairs.


SUBJECT AREAS

Military Cultural Competency


FORMAT

Web-Based Training, Self-Study (Online)


COURSE/SERIES LENGTH

Course: 45 Minutes/ Series: 3 Hours


COURSE RELEASE DATE

October 1, 2015


TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is targeted to the general population.


COURSE LEVEL

Beginner


OUTCOMES & OBJECTIVE

 

  • Define common acronyms used across all branches of the military
  • Discuss the similarities between the military profession and other professional discipline.
  • List and create a timeline of the most recent and current wars with United States involvement
  • Recognize the unique demographics of Veterans compared to the population of the United States
  • Describe the deployment cycle and the positive and negative effects that effect the family

LEARNING SERIES PATH

 

Module One: Military Lingo

  • Overview of military lingo (20 Minutes)

Module Two: Profession vs. Occupation

  • Description of a profession and explanation of the military as a profession (10 Minutes)

Module Three: Timeline of Current Wars

  • Review of past wars (15 Minutes)
  • Discussion on September 11th and the effects on the United States (15 Minutes)
  • Discussion on the outcomes of September 11th and ISIS (15 Minutes)

Module Four: Veterans

  • Discussion comparing the types of military discharges (20 Minutes)

Module Five: Military Families

  • Introduction (5 Minutes)
  • Discussion on the stages of military deployment (15 Minutes)
  • Overview of changes families face when an injured military family member returns home (15 Minutes)
  • Review of military family strengths (10 Minutes)
  • Discussion on considerations and interventions of the deployment cycle and its effects on families (15 Minutes)

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