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1 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Introduction to Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP)
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2 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Objectives Complete a self-assessment to determine the Region/Culture/Language of choice for Life- Long-Learning and integration into degree plan and long term career goals Complete and file with your ROTC records folder, your Region/Culture/Language Learning Plan
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3 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Introduction to Cultural Understanding and  Language Proficiency (CULP)  Lieutenants must learn to; fully grasp the complexity of the security  environment in which they operate have sufficient knowledge of geo-politics,  culture, language, economics, and the  information environment perceive and to act on opportunities within the  scope of their units’ collective knowledge and  capability to bear on a problem  
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4 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 What is CULP? Culture and language Incentive Pay Foreign Language Scholarships   Study Abroad Travel Pay Active Duty for Professional Development  Training in Culture and Language - OCONUS  summer deployment
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5 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Cultural Understanding Gap The lack of cultural understanding; influences the planning and execution of  operations limits the effectiveness of units limits the effectiveness of individual leaders  and Soldiers reduces the Army’s overall effectiveness of  geographic combatant commanders 
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6 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 The Global Army Officer of the 21 st Century: Who is affected by the new emphasis and requirements  for cultural understanding and foreign language  competence? What is expected of the new Lieutenant or young civilian  professional in today’s global arena? How is the Army implementing these changes? Why is it important to you, the freshman Cadet, to begin  planning now to meet these new requirements?
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7 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Initial Orientation Cultural Understanding and  Language Proficiency (CULP)
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8 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 OUTLINE OF TRAINING Army Strategy and Policies Cadet Command Programs and Initiatives Culture and Language Incentive Pay – CLIP Language Scholarships and Study Abroad CULP Overseas Deployments Choosing a Region/Language for Life-Long- Learning
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9 MSL 101, Lesson 05: Introduction to CULP Revision Date: 31 July 2011 DOD/ARMY STRATEGY AND POLICY UPDATE Create Foundational Language and Regional Area Expertise.” A Leader Development Strategy for a 21st Century Army 25 November 2009 “At the intersection of globalization, environmental
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