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Cultural Property Protection and the Training Continuum in the U.S. Department of Defense

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This chapter shows how cultural awareness training has gaps in what can be termed the "training continuum" and how current efforts at informal cultural property protection training have attempted to bridge those gaps. Broader cultural property protection (CPP) training programs in the DoD are examined in terms of the benefits they would provide for the recognition and reporting of cultural property issues, at the tactical and the strategic levels, so that negative impacts to the military mission and to host nation cultural properties can be avoided, minimized, or mitigated through proactive planning.

Keywords:cultural awareness training; cultural property protection (CPP); training continuum; US military



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