U.S. Armed Forces

“In no other profession are the penalties for employing untrained personnel so appalling or so irrevocable as in the military.”

– General Douglas MacArthur

The United States Military has a unique position without parallel in the service of the United States of America. Military personnel will face danger, take risks and overcome obstacles all in the performance of their duties. Officers and Non-commissioned officers (NCO), under great pressure and often without immediate support, must have the necessary competency and action-oriented leadership to complete their mission and bring everyone home.

With this responsibility comes an examination and accountability into the actions (or in-action) of our front-line leaders. Following the conclusion of a unit or squad leader’s mission, we will want to know what decisions our leaders made, how effective were they, and was the mission accomplished? Were their losses, and if so, why?

What we should really like to have is some formula for producing success prior to the engagement, and if our history or lessons-learned have taught us anything, it is the inarguable fact that an individual leader trusted with the lives of our personnel must be thoroughly assessed for competency in emergency or crisis situations prior to assumption of command or mission start.

Using military standards applicable to land, sea, or air, and cultivated by professional educators who have held command and who were regularly at the tip of the spear, DCI can provide a program where individual leadership and emergency competency is measured, guided, and accurately recorded in crisis or combat simulations. The assessments are hands-on, performance based, and stress-induced where competency is readily observable and corrected where necessary. Assessments can be performed on the bridge of a ship, rough or rugged terrain, or through pilot/crew procedures.

Our comprehensive training and assessment program will ensure that personnel attending the following courses will be thoroughly indoctrinated, educated, and assessed for competency prior to course completion.

Please visit the armed services branches by clicking on their logo below:

United States Army

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United States Navy

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United States Marine Corps

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United States Air Force

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United States Coast Guard

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