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.

During the visit to the United States, the Rector Commandant delivered a lecture for PhD students in leadership. The meeting with PhD students also included a discussion on the challenges of the contemporary leader training process. The speech and the debate enjoyed significant interest among the University’s students and teaching staff.

The LFMA delegation also met with Maj Gen. James Hoyer, Commander of the West Virginia National Guard and senators Ed Gaunch and Mitch Carmichael. It was an opportunity to exchange experiences on civilian-military cooperation, specialist training of ROTC cadets and cooperation with universities. The Commander was familiarised with the structure of the officer training process at LFMA and international cooperation.

Our University is extending its involvement in multi-level cooperation with European and American partners through, among other things, bilateral agreements.

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