9 marzo, 2021

CEMIL

Centro de Educación Militar

El 8 de febrero se llevó a cabo la ceremonia de clausura de 38 Instructores Militares de las diferentes Escuelas del Centro de Educación Militar.

 

En ceremonia de clausura realizada en el Auditorio Mutis de la Escuela de Armas Combinadas del Ejército, 38 oficiales y suboficiales orgánicos de diferentes Escuelas del Comando de Educación y Doctrina y del Centro de Educación Militar, recibieron su diploma como Instructores Militares.

La clausura del curso, que tuvo una duración de tres semanas, fue presidida por el Señor Coronel Andrés Mauricio Quintero Londoño, Director de la Escuela de Armas Combinadas del Ejército; allí les hizo un reconocimiento a los graduandos por la entrega y les recordó a los Instructores Militares la responsabilidad que tienen como líderes y transmisores de conocimiento.

Recibieron el grado 38 estudiantes, 26 de la Escuela de Armas Combinadas del Ejército, 2 de la Escuela de Infantería, 2 de la Escuela de Artillería, 2 de la Escuela de Misiones Internacionales y Acción Integral, 1 de la Escuela de Equitación, 1 de la Escuela de Derechos Humanos y Asuntos Jurídicos, 1 de la Escuela de Inteligencia y Contrainteligencia, 1 de la Escuela de Policía Militar y uno más de la Escuela Logística. Durante el evento fueron premiados un Oficial y un suboficial por su destacado desempeño durante las actividades académicas.

 

PRENSA ESACE-CEMIL

 

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Closing of the ESACE Instructor Preparation Course

The ESACE Instructor Preparation Course graduation took place on February 8, 2019.

The graduation ceremony was held for the 38 military instructors from the different schools of the Military Education Center. The graduation ceremony held at the Army Combined Arms School Mutis Auditorium, 38 students including both officers and non-commissioned officers from different schools of the Military Education Center CEMIL and Doctrine and Education Command CEDOC; the students received the Military Instructors diploma.

The graduation ceremony for the course that lasted three weeks presided by Mr. Coronel Andrés Mauricio Quintero Londoño, Army Combined Arms School Director. He addressed the graduates during his delivery and reminded them of their responsibility as leaders and military instructors.

A total of 38 students received military instructor certification.  The breakdown of graduates by school was as follows: Army Combined Arms School had 26, Infantry School had 2, Artillery School had 2, International Missions and Integral Action School had 2, Equestrian School had 1, Human Rights and Legal Affairs School had 1, Intelligence and Counterintelligence School had 1, Military Police School had 1, and finally the Logistics School had 1.

During the event, one Officer and one NCO received an award for their outstanding performance during the academic activities.

 

 

 

 

 

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