The Joint Information School educates and trains military officers and civilian equivalents in the concepts, applications, and procedures associated with C4I and Operations in the Information Environment planning in joint and multinational environments. The school is composed of a C4I section (Joint Staff J6 sponsored) and the Joint Information division, offering a variety of educational opportunities to the joint community. The goal of the school is to prepare you to serve in a variety of positions critical to the success of U.S. and Coalition C4I and Information efforts. Experienced instructors, expert guest speakers from across DoD and the interagency, and a dynamic curriculum, which keeps pace with today’s rapidly evolving operational environment, are combined to provide DoD and interagency students the very best in C4I and Information instruction.
Congrats to the graduates of JIPC Phase II 23-4!
The Joint Information Planners course is designed to train students to plan, integrate, and synchronize Information Operations, Military Deception, and Operations Security (OPSEC) into joint operational-level plans and orders. The course focuses on Operations in the Information Environment - Orientation, Information Environment and Information Planning concepts, OPSEC Planning, and Synchronization.
Congrats to the graduates of the JC4ICSOC 23-6 (FVEY) class!
The Joint Information School welcomes the 23-6 class of the Joint Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence/Cyber Course! Every year, the Joint Information School has a FVEY course where international students attend. The course covers a wide spectrum of C4I/C that extends from the national and strategic levels to the theater and tactical levels in support of the President, Secretary of Defense, and commanders who control military forces. Below is a photo of last year's FVEY class:
Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) Division Course
Information Division Courses