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Friday, November 8, 2019

 

Veterans Day ceremony held at Presidio

The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center held a Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 7, on the Presidio of Monterey with military personnel, veterans, faculty, staff and students in attendance.

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Friday, November 8, 2019

Veterans Day ceremony held at Presidio

The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center held a Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 7, on the Presidio of Monterey with military personnel, veterans, faculty, staff and students in attendance.

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Thursday, October 31, 2019

DLIFLC graduate returns to talk languages with Human Intelligence students

“They want to get right into the fight or contribute in some meaningful way,” said Clarke. “But they’re told they have to press the brakes because they have this optional language school that they’re going to go to.”

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Monday, October 28, 2019

Air Force takes a novel approach to cryptolinguist training

Language training at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center has seen a sea of change in the last several years, none stronger than the Air Force’s Linguist Next program.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

HMX-1 gets a little help from the language community

HMX-1’s mission is to fly the President, the Vice President and other VIPs on short-range flights. Those flights can happen anywhere around the world, making Snyder realize he had an opportunity to build up his Marines and help the mission at the same time.

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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Surviving World War II as a polyglot

Tadeusz Haska’s story reads like a movie straight out of Hollywood. Between his parent’s early deaths, his experiences in World War II Poland and the harrowing escapes he endured, the DLIFLC instructor’s experiences were all frighteningly true.

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Entire Levantine class aces final exam

“I feel sometimes that the benefit that technology provides is not utilized,” said Ayman Alqasem, a Levantine Arabic instructor at DLIFLC.

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