MILITARY UNIVERSITY OF LAND FORCES  


A series of lectures and historical trips, participation in a marathon run, rowing the famous trireme, a meeting of the EU Implementation Group and signing the Articles of Association of the Programme Board of the “International Military Leadership Academy” project were all part of the celebrations of the 10th anniversary of the Military Erasmus Programme in Greece.

The Military University of Land Forces is honoured to host Steven E. Horsley from the University of Charleston within the “Katedra Ad Hoc” project implemented under the supervision of the Ministry of National Defence.

The authorities of the Faculty of Security Studies met with Krystyna Trzepla and Ivan Majchut, PhD, visiting MULF within the “Katedra Ad Hoc” programme.

Between 30 September and 5 October 2018, a representative of the MULF Command Institute participated in the 52nd International Association of Military Mountain Schools Meeting at the Mountain and Special Operations School in Jaca (Spain).

From 30 September to 5 November an American delegation led by Lieutenant General Robert L. Caslen, former Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA), stayed at the Military University of Land Forces on the occasion of the official inauguration of the academic year. The delegation was accompanied by Major Andrew Underwood, Assistant Army Attaché of the USA in Poland.

On 22 August 2018, a delegation from the General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces (MULF) under the leadership of Col. Czesław DĄBROWSKI, Ph.D., took part in a ceremony during which the former chief of the Army Officers’ Academy (OSH) in Dresden handed over his duties.

On 23 May 2018, the University was visited by a delegation of twenty three American cadets led by commanding officer Col. Buettner. The Americans came to visit our university in connection with the CULP programme and our place was also another stop in their three-week journey throughout Poland.

On 5 July 2018, the Military University of Land Forces had as guests a delegation of the Theresian Military Academy in Wiener Neustadt led by Commandant Maj. Gen. Karl Pronhagl. The delegation was accompanied by Austrian defence attaché Col. Friedrich Ölböck.

The International Military Leadership Course (IMLC), organised at the Military University of Land Forces by the Department of Management in cooperation with the Command Institute, entered the phase of practical implementation. Starting on 2 July 2018, officer cadets and foreign cadets underwent a weekly training at the “Wysoki Kamień” Training Centre in Szklarska Poręba.

Monday 25 June 2018 brought the launch of another edition of the International Military Leadership Course (IMLC 2018) organised by the Department of Management in cooperation with the Command Institute.

A delegation of the Military University of Land Forces took part in another edition of the international Military Academic Forum (iMAF), organised by the National University of Public Service in Budapest.

On 14 and 15 June 2018, the Military University of Land Forces had as guests representatives of universities from abroad: the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), led by the Dean of the Faculty of Military Sciences Prof. Sam Tshehl, and the Royal Military College Saint-Jean (Canada), represented by the Director of the International Centre of Military Research Prof. Ian Parenteau.

A two-person delegation from the Military University of Land Forces, led by Rector Commandant, Brig. Gen. Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., visited South Korea from 29 May to 02 June.

Soldiers from the Military University of Land Forces prevailed in the standings of military universities in the Italian Raid Commando. Poles competed with 44 military teams from all over the world. The contestants competed in a dozen or so categories in which they were supposed to shoot, make a checkpoint, set a trap, and provide first aid on the battlefield, among other things.

On 17 May the delegation of Korea Military Academy (KMA), led by Superintendent Lieutenant General Wantae Kim, visited the Military University of Land Forces. The delegation was accompanied by Lieutenant Colonel Hong Soon Shin, Defence Attaché of the Republic of Korea.

Between 20 and 26 April 2018 representatives of the Long-Range and Tactical Shooting Section, Military University of Land Forces, participated in the 47th edition of the Winston P. Wilson Championships and the 27th edition of the Armed Forces Skill at Arms Meet Sniper Championships which took place in the Fort Chaffee military base in Arkansas.

General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces is vigorously developing international cooperation with mainly foreign military and civilian universities in various fields. International cooperation is one of the main bases for developing and strengthening the brand of the Military University of Land Forces among foreign military universities.

The team of the Military University of Land Forces has participated, for the first time, in the prestigious Sandhurst Military Skills Competition organised by the United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA), finishing18th out of 64 squads from around the world, and obtaining the bronze SANDHURST patch.

A delegation from MULF, led by the Rector Commandant, Brig. Gen. Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., participated in the 4th Symposium of Military Universities in Doha (Qatar), organised by the Ahmed Bin Mohammed Military College.

In March 2018 the Leadership and Personnel Management Department of the Military University of Land Forces hosted Major William B. O’Neal, a lecturer at the University of North Georgia, during his scientific internship.

On 21 March, the Military University of Land Forces was visited by Colonel Prof. Liam Collins, Director of the Modern War Institute, the United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA).

On Monday 5 March 2018 the Military University of Land Forces inaugurated another international semester. This year we are hosting 40 cadets and 7 civilian students from as many as 13 countries.

More than 4 thousand cadets, including 2 from the Military University of Land Forces, are participating in courses organised by United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA).

On 1 February 2018, General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces had as its guest Colonel Philippe Abraham, Defence Attaché from the Embassy of France in Poland.

This is already the second programme of student exchange with the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega (USA). This project resulted from the cooperation agreement between the Military University of Land Forces and the University of North Georgia, signed by Rector Commandant, Brig. Gen. Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng.

Brig. Gen. Dariusz SKORUPKA, DSc, Eng., Rector Commandant of General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces, led the University’s delegation during the annual European Military Academies Commandants' Seminar (EMACS) in Tartu, organised by the Estonian National Defence College.

On 13 October 2017 Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., Rector Commandant of the Military University of Land Forces, had the honour of welcoming Maj. Gen. Andis Dilāns, Commandant of the Baltic Defence College in Tartu, Estonia.

Dynamically developing international cooperation of the Military University of Land Forces also covers Asian countries. China is another partner from this region with which our University wishes to cooperate.

"The Military University of Land Forces signed today an agreement with one of the oldest and most esteemed American military universities – the United States Military Academy (USMA).

Rector Commandant Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., met with the delegation of American soldiers participating in the fourth edition of the CULP programme (Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency).

Obtaining experience and analysing the ways of preparing for the Sandhurst Military Skills Competition were the objectives of the LFMA delegation to the United States Military Academy at West Point, which took place in May 2017.

Rector Commandant Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., led the delegation of the Military University of Land Forces, which on 19-23 June 2018 participated in the International Military Academic Forum iMAF 2017 in the Czech Republic.

It is the third consecutive year that LFMA organises the International Week, which has become a cyclical event in the University’s schedule. This year, the event took place on 29 May – 2 June 2017.

In late May and early June 2017 a delegation of the University, led by Rector Commandant Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., participated in the 5th International Symposium on the Development of Military Academies (ISoDoMA) organised by the Royal Military College Saint-Jean.

On 28.05-02.06.2017, LFMA delegation, led by Rector Commandant Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., participated in the 5th International Symposium on the Development of Military Academies (ISoDoMA) organised by the Royal Military College Saint-Jean.

On 1 June 2017, Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., Rector Commandant of LFMA, including representatives of 15 Universities, signed the deed establishing the International Association of Military Academies (IAMA).

As part of the “Katedra Ad Hoc” programme, lecturers from the Hetman Petro Sahaidachnyi National Ground Forces Academy in Lviv delivered their guest lectures.

The LFMA team won in the class of military training in one of the most difficult military competitions in Europe – “Italian Raid Commando - Lombardy 2017”.

The LFMA team was among the best in the annual sniper competition organised by the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center at Fort Chaffee. They proved the best in shooting the high-calibre Barrett sniper rifle at various shot distances.

The University of Charleston and the Land Forces Military Academy concluded a cooperation agreement. The agreement was signed on behalf of LFMA by the Rector Commandant Brigadier General Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., in early January 2017 during a working visit to Charleston. The cooperation will entail the exchange of cadets and teaching staff, joint research projects and scientific publications.

A delegation from the Military University of Land Forces, led by the Rector Commandant, Brig. Gen. Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., paid a working visit to the United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA).

Rector Commandant, Brig. Gen. Dariusz Skorupka, DSc, Eng., led the delegation of our University, which included the Representative of the Rector Commandant for International Cooperation and Protocol, Colonel Krzysztof Klupa, PhD, and Vice-Dean for Military Affairs of the Management Faculty, Major Marcin Bielewicz, PhD.

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