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Saudi and American Forces Engage... Musically

Music brings together Saudi and American forces in a cross-cultural exchange that marks the first time a U.S. Army musician has worked directly with KSA Soldiers in Saudi Arabia.

TRADOC Commanding Generals Says DLIFLC is an Example for Army University, Discusses Importance of Culture Training

Gen. David Perkins visited the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, where he discussed the role of language and cultural training in the military.

Human Dimension Capabilities Development Task Force White Paper

The US Army’s diverse strategic interests around the globe require its Soldiers and leaders to be comfortable and effective working in a variety of cultural contexts.

Native-born Iraqis become U.S. Army cryptologic linguists

One of the many strengths of the US military is that is draws on American's from multicultural backgrounds to fill its ranks, thereby enriching the military's ability to bridge different languages and cultures.

U.S. ROTC Cadets Explore Cambodian Culture

Check out this post about ROTC cadet Blake Engle's participation in the Cultural Understanding Language Program (CULP ) program in Cambodia.

TRADOC Commander Visits DLIFLC, Stresses Culture Training

Lt. Gen. Kevin W. Mangum, the deputy commanding general and chief of staff of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), stressed the importance of cultural understanding and culture training during a visit to DLIFLC's Command Language Program Managers Conference.

Dempsey Thanks Danes for Military Muscle

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff today thanked Danish defense leaders for their efforts to promote peace and stability around the world.

Cultural Diplomacy Supporting American Military Objectives

Marissa Cruz writes about the Army's Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP) Program, where cadets spend up to three weeks immersed in foreign cultures, learning more about how others around the world view the United States, and in the process, learn more about themselves.

Project Global Officer with 2LT Speilmann

Second Lieutenant Elena Speilmann, Class of 2013, shares her experiences from Project Global Officer.

Fighting ISIS Over Cups of Tea

A small group of Soldiers from the Army Reserve 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Indianapolis, and the 82nd Sustainment Brigade Fort Bragg, N.C. are currently serving as a logistical advise and assist team at Camp Taji, Iraq, to help Iraqi Security Forces sustain their war fighters as they push forward in their fight against ISIL. They accomplish this mission by drinking a lot of coffee and tea (chai).