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About PASS

PASS is an intense 10-week resident course for junior and mid-level civilian government officials, military and security force service members and government academics who aspire to higher leadership positions and realize a network of trustworthy international partnerships are the foundation of success.

Course Leadership

Dr. Carolyn A. Haggis
PASS Program Director

Dr. Pál Dunay
Academic Advisor

Lt. Col. (GS) Andreas Hellwig
PASS Deputy Director

Colonel (GS) Carsten Treder
PASS Deputy Director

Maj. (P) Christopher A Kreiler
PASS Deputy Director

PASS Archive

Introduction to PASS

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