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Eight students from the Bundeswehr Medical Academy in Munich visited the Marshall Center Oct. 20. (Marshall Center photo German air force Senior Master Sgt. Mark Winkler /RELEASED)

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Oct. 20, 2015) -Eight students from the Bundeswehr Medical Academy in Munich visited the Marshall Center Oct. 20.

These future company commanders came to the Marshall Center for a tour to learn how the German-American partnership builds an international network.

German air force Senior Master Sgt. Mark Winkler, German public affairs non-commissioned officer at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, gave the Marshall Center visitors a briefing before they attended a Program on Applied Security Studies’ plenary session.

During this session, German Lt. Col. Andreas Hellwig discussed a case study of the Cuba crisis in October 1962.

This visit was part of a Marshall Center Public Affairs Office tour program. Each year, Bundeswehr, schools and other local visitors take part in the PAO tours conducted by Winkler.

PASS offers a rigorous, intellectually stimulating seven-week course for civilian government officials, members of security and military services and government academics.

This PASS session has 103 participants from 46 countries.