17 February 2012
The Intermediate Level Education is a course designed to prepare senior captains and majors for leadership positions in Army, joint, multinational and interagency organizations executing full spectrum operations. Previously known as CGSC, ILE consists of a common core curriculum that includes Joint PME 1 requirements and the required Branch and/or Functional Area specialized education or qualification course.
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Customer service is the cornerstone to providing effective and efficient service to all of the Service members, Families, and Civilians who call Fort Detrick home. But it cannot be done without your help and involvement.
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Is there ever an excuse not to work safely?
Is there ever an excuse not to work safely? In one sense or another we get confronted with this question every day. There are deadlines and people looking over our shoulders (sometimes literally), or the weather is nasty and we want to take that little short cut to get the job done quicker.
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The Fort Detrick Child Development Center continues to provide this peace of mind to the mothers and fathers of Fort Detrick by once again gaining the National Association for the Education of Young Children accreditation.

NAEYC Accreditation means our programs are high quality and provide a safe and nurturing environment while promoting development. Accreditation lasts five years and can only be obtained after undergoing a thorough inspection of curriculum, staff, nutrition, environment and ongoing relationships. Applicants must score at least 70 percent in their overall assessments. This year Fort Detrick's highest score was 95 percent.

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