DIILS Engages with Royal Bahamas Defence Force

Posted on: 6/23/2023

A team from the Defense Security Cooperation University’s (DSCU) Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) recently traveled to the Bahamas to meet with members of the Royal Bahama Defence Forces as part of an ongoing Security Cooperation program.

Since its inception in 1992 as the international training detachment at the Naval Justice School, and subsequent transfer to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency in 2000, DIILS has provided legal Security Cooperation programming for more than 78,000 international military and civilian participants from more than 180 countries. DIILS is jointly staffed with Judge Advocates from each branch of the U.S. armed forces, as well as a cadre of experienced Department of Defense civilian attorneys and support personnel.

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