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2020: Quarter 4 - July 31, 2020

Continuation, Collaboration, and Reinvention: ISG in the Wake of COVID-19

Eva Lanot, Faculty Associate, Peace & Security Division
We’ve all been there: try as you might to get to the airport on time, traffic is backed up and-- sweaty, stressed, and deflated—you miss your flight. But few have been in the situation where that flight is the last one departing for your home country before borders are closed in response to a global pandemic.
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ISG IDARM team completes Logistics and Life Cycle Management course in Brazil

Posted: Feb 14, 2020
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The ISG International Defense Acquisition and Resource Management (IDARM) team has completed a two-week Logistics and Life Cycle Management course with our partners in Brazil. This course, with military and their civilian counterparts participating, is the fourth in a series that is supporting the Brazilian military in this area and designed to support the long-term development of its logistics and broad life-cycle management.

At the end of the course, ISG’s Dr. Keebom Kang was awarded the Brazilian Navy Medalha Merito Tamandaré recognizing his long-standing work and strong partnership with Brazil as a member of the ISG faculty and as a member of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) faculty. Congratulations to Dr. Kang!

ISG appreciates this strong partnership with Brazil and looks forward to the next workshop.