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  1. 1. MILITARY SCIENCE (MS-1) Name of Presenter
  2. 2. Upon completion of these lesson the student will:  Define Civil Military Operations  Enumerate the AFP programs to attain objectives of CMO  Differentiate the components of CMO programs
  3. 3. I. Definition II. Objectives of CMO III. Components of CMO programs
  4. 4. I. Definition: Civil Military Operations (CMO) – encompasses those economic, psycho- political and psycho-social activities undertaken by the AFP in coordination with Civil Government Agencies (CGA), Local Government Units (LGU) and Non- Government Organizations (NGO) prior to or during subsequent to combat operations and/or natural or man-made disasters and calamities.
  5. 5. II. CMO Objectives Are pursued through six (6) interrelated AFP programs generally categorized into: AFP Personnel-oriented Programs: 1. Military values education (MILVED) 2. Livelihood enhancement (LIVELIHOOD)
  6. 6. 3. Community Relations (COMREL) 4. Civic Action (CIVAC) 5. Public Information (PUBLIC INFO)  Enemy-oriented programs 6.Psychological Operations (PSYOPS)
  7. 7. III. CMO components: 1. Military Values Education MILVED – the dynamic process of learning internalizing, upholding and practicing universal truths, moral principles and time- honored intrinsic military values and ethics essential to the pursuit of afp goals and objectives.
  8. 8. 2. Military Livelihood Enhancement Program LIVELIHOOD - designed to provide necessary assistance to the soldier and his dependents to embark on productive ventures that enable him to cope with harsh economic realities while in the active service and during retirement.
  9. 9. 3. Military Civic Action Program CIVAC – the use of afp resources in predominantly non-military projects and activities useful to the people and supportive of combat operations in such fields as socio-economic: health and sanitation; agri-industrial; education and the like.
  10. 10. 4. Community Relations Program COMREL – the active participation of AFP personnel, individual or collectively as an AFP unit, in people – oriented rallies like: anti- drug abuse, anti-smut and other campaign against immoral activities. It also includes open- houses, static displays of military hardware, and use of camp facilities/utilities for people oriented projects.
  11. 11. 5. Public Information Program PUBLIC INFO – is the dissemination of military information through all forms of communication media to include inter-personal, face-to-face communication to the internal audience and more specifically to the public-at-large with the view of informing them about what the afp has done, is doing and plans to do to bring about peace and security.
  12. 12. coursedirector1013@gmail.com Sundalong guro FB page

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