Training

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An overview of Defense Department Humanitarian Assistance programs managed by DSCA.

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A report on the dollar value and quantity of defense articles (including excess defense articles), defense services and military training transferred to each foreign country and international organization during the previous fiscal year.

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An annual report on the exercise of CCIF authority, which identifies each foreign nation that received assistance under CCIF authority for the fiscal year, the amount of that assistance, and the national security rationale for providing that assistance.

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The Northern Command's annual overview of its challenges and programs, usually presented to the Armed Services Committees of both houses of Congress in March or April.

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The Southern Command's annual overview of its challenges and programs, usually presented to the Armed Services Committees of both houses of Congress in March or April.

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A report, required by Congress, giving amounts by country of all assistance programs in the Defense Department's budget.

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Detailing ``the distribution to certain foreign personnel of education and training materials and information technology to enhance military interoperability with the armed forces``

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An assessment and strategic guidance, based on a Defense Policy Board review, ``of the efforts of the Department of Defense to build the capacity of, and partner with, foreign military forces in support of national defense and security strategies.``

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Detailing ``agreements with the government of an ally of the United States or another friendly foreign country for the exchange of military and civilian personnel of the defense ministry of that foreign government.``

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This report covers U.S. military activities in foreign countries that involve providing medical, dental and veterinary care, constructing roads, bridges, schools, clinics and other public buildings, drilling wells and constructing basic sanitation facilit

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