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Military Studies

Military Studies



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Published by: United States Militia on Sep 18, 2009
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Sergeants DistanceEducation Program
MCI Course 8013A
Course Introduction
MILITARY STUDIES (8013A)Course Introduction
An outstanding Marine NCO must have the ability to train and adviseMarines on many different subjects. You must be technically and tactically proficient in these subjects to accomplish this task.This course discusses a variety of subjects that will enhance your ability toassist junior Marines in their quest to be better Marine leaders. Though thesubjects are considerably larger than this course can handle, this is merely astarting point in responding to inquiries from your junior Marines who arestriving to become Marine leaders.
The following references were used in the writing of this course:
Manual for Courts-Martial 
, United States (2000) Edition.
JAG Instruction 5800.7C,
Manual of the Judge Advocate General.
MCRP 5-12.1A,
 Law of Land Warfare.
MCRP 4-11.8A,
Food Services Reference.
Army Pamphlet 27-10,
Military Justice.
Marine Corps University Archives
Simmons, Edwin Howard,
The United States Marines, A History
, 3
Department of the Navy, Naval Historical Center.
MCO P5060.20 Pt 1/Pt 2,
Marines Corps Drill and Ceremonies Manual.
MCO P10520.3B,
Marine Corps Flag Manual.
MCO P1020.34F,
Marine Corps Uniform Regulations.
TM 10120-15/1,
Marine Corps Fitting and Alterations Manual.
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MCI Course 8013A
Course Introduction
Course Introduction,
Table of Contents
This course contains the following study units:
Study Unit Title Page
-- Course Introduction i1 Non-Judicial Punishment (NJP) 1-12 The Law of Land Warfare 2-13 History and Contributions of Marine Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs)3-14 Drill 4-15 Uniforms and Inspections 5-1-- Review Lesson Exercise R-1
EstimatedStudy Time
You will spend about 12 hours and 30 minutes completing this course. Thisincludes the time to study the text, complete the exercises, and take the finalexam.
You will earn four retirement credits after you complete this course. You canearn reserve retirement credits at the rate of one credit for each 3 hours of estimated study time. Note: If you are awarded credits for drill attendance during drill periods,reserve retirement credits are
awarded for MCI study time.
The all-important
to successfully complete this course aresummarized in the table below:
Step After you… Then you will…
1 Enroll in the program Receive your program material.2 Complete the self-pacedtextArrange to take the finalexamination.3 Pass the final examinationReceive a course completioncertificate. Note: For more information, refer to the
 Program Guide.

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