Know the norms and master their implications
Modern air and missile warfare, including the use of drones and autonomous systems, is not fought in a legal vacuum. Adherence to relevant legal norms has strategic ramifications for armed forces, commanders and operators. This course covers the legal dimension of air and missile warfare, enabling military and civilian professionals to effectively plan and conduct air and missile operations. It also prepares participants to instruct and train others.
- understand and analyse the law governing air and missile warfare
- incorporate the legal dimension into doctrine development, planning, and execution of air and missile warfare
- develop solutions to the challenges at the nexus of law and air and missile warfare in cooperation with experienced academics, practitioners and peers
- teach and instruct the law on air and missile warfare
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed for: operators, commanders, instructors, lawyers, intelligence officers, policymakers, and analysts who conduct, plan, advise, monitor, and/or teach air and missile warfare.
It is relevant to all military branches and military staff, as well as to civilian professionals working in the air and space sector.
GCSP reserves the right to modify the programme dates, location and fee at any time.
Application Deadline : 7 March 2022