This video highlights the difference between force and impact, and how culture can be a powerful tool in neutralizing a threat. This is part of the Culture Matters video series.
This video highlights how every person is a part of many different subcultures within their larger culture. This is a part of the Culture Matters video series.
This video offers a montage of Army training clips, including culture training. This is a part of the Culture Matters video series.
This video highlights the importance of knowing your own culture, especially during a deployment. This is a part of the Culture Matters video series.
This video discusses how there are no excuses when it comes to cultural competency. Every soldier needs to understand the cultures they interact with. This is a part of the Culture Matters video series.
The 14th Human Resources Sustainment Command, 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) Soldiers attended a Cultural Awareness and Classified Information brief Jan. 6, at Camp As Sayliyah, Qatar. Soldiers and DOD Civilians are required to attend mandatory training to expose them to local customs and courtesies, and remain vigilant when safeguarding information that could compromise national security.
The 149th Military Engagement Team in Kentucky underwent training in preparation for their federal mobilization to the Middle East in support of U.S. Army Central Command operations. This training included five days of cultural and language training, in which they delved into cultural norms and behaviors as well as the history of the countries they’ll be operating in during the mobilization.
When bilateral coordination between two countries is part of a military exercise, one piece is vitally important: communication. This was especially true for U.S. and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force service members as they conducted a bilateral annual command post exercise known as Yama Sakura.
Throughout its 240-year history, the United States has been known as the Great American Melting Pot. With a diverse population of more than 320 million, its citizens represent just about every nation and culture on the planet, its Military is no different.
Jacob Kortum describes his experience with the Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) program in Vietnam and how it will help his development as a future Army Lieutenant.