By RAY MELVILLE The Washington Times article By Ray Melville Washington (Reuters)The Pentagon is using a new library system, including online courses, to train the United States military.
It will also host online video lectures, lectures, workshops and workshops with academics, the Pentagon said in a statement.
The U.S. military’s first major library initiative, the National Library Service’s Digital Learning Lab, or DLL, will offer courses and seminars for US forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The program will be run by the Department of Defense’s Joint Digital Office.
The department will be able to provide up to 10,000 hours of training in the course and the course will be delivered at a pace of 50 per week.
It is the latest effort by the Pentagon to help train and equip troops in a war zone.
It is also one of the first to involve libraries.
The Defense Department is also experimenting with open online courses to help combat what it sees as an under-resourced civilian workforce in the war zone, especially those with low-tech skills.
Last month, the Department announced it had purchased the largest and most advanced online course on military technology, the Digital Training Program for Warfighters.
It’s designed for civilians and is aimed at soldiers.
It has more than 1 million students enrolled in more than 600 online classes and is available for free to anyone with an Internet connection.