Public Affairs Training Resources
PAQC-ADL-R Welcome Letter
Specific Information for Joint Public Affairs Expeditionary Course (DINFOS-JEPAC)
Specific Information for Joint Intermediate Public Affairs Course (DINFOS-JIPAC)
Specific Information for Public Affairs Course for International Students
Information and reading material for the Joint Senior Public Affairs Course (JSPAC)
Combat Camera Leader Course Welcome Letter
Coast Guard Public Affairs Course Welcome Letter(CGPAC)
Welcome and congratulations on your selection to attend the Joint Senior Public Affairs Course (JSPAC)!
The course provides the capstone experience for senior public affairs leaders within the DOD and other U.S. government agencies, as well as foreign militaries. Students review operational challenges in today's complex security environments; they also explore and refine their role as senior communication counselors and strategic planners through panel and guided discussions with senior leader mentors and distinguished guest speakers. The class participates in staff rides, examines case studies, and develops operational strategies for group and individual exercises.
Course Bio: Please email a short bio no more than 12 lines in length (discussing your most recent positions/accomplishments, first)
NLT one week prior to course start to Ms. Johnston, at email@example.com .
Travel: JSPAC is a demanding course. During 10 training days, students will participate in classes at the Defense Information School and in field trips to Washington, D.C. Instruction will conclude no earlier than 1600 on
graduation day at the schoolhouse, so please do not make return travel
arrangements prior to this time.
Uniforms/Business Attire: Please bring your
Service Dress/Class A uniform or equivalent, which will be needed for our visit to Washington, D.C. We also ask that you bring one day’s
business attire─ Men: Jacket/tie/dress trousers; Women: Dress slacks/skirt. The uniform of the day in the schoolhouse is the duty uniform.
Computers/Laptops: The schoolhouse will provide computers for your use while on campus, but you’re encouraged to bring a personal laptop, which will enable you to work on assignments from remote locations.
Course Fee: We also ask that you bring $50 to satisfy the JSPAC class fee. The schoolhouse will provide a Memorandum for Record that you may submit to your command for reimbursement.
Billeting —You may be billeted on Fort Meade or off-post. If you billet off-post, the cost is borne by your unit of assignment. Please contact Ms. Nadine Stewart at Ft. Meade billeting, (410) 674-7700, ext. 7272, for a reservation or to help arrange off-post billeting. Several nice hotels are located within a short drive to Ft. Meade.
Again, welcome to JSPAC. We look forward to working with you during the course. Please don’t hesitate to contact Ms. Johnston at
Office: (301) 677-2617/Cell: (443) 622-3942; or me with any questions: Office: (301) 677-2617/Cell: (719)