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International Cadet Week

About International Cadet Week

The 4th Annual University of North Georgia International Cadet Week (ICW) provides international cadets with immersive exposure to the U.S., military, and senior military college cultures. More importantly, ICW fosters and incubates te relationships between international and UNG cadets that will benefit them in the future as they connect with each other later in their careers.

Cadets will live on the UNG campus, attend classes with our Corps of Cadets, visit the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Benning, Georgia, as well as other cultural experiences in Atlanta and the surrounding region. Cadets are provided lodging and meals while attending ICW. Cadets should bring spending money for their own use during cultural excursions.

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International Cadet Week (ICW) Invitees Information

Schedule

Schedule may be subject to change

2019

  • November 9: Arrive Atlanta International Airport, move to UNG, get settled and orientation brief
  • November 10: Atlanta cultural trip, visit Mall of Georgia and World of Coke Museum
  • November 11: Welcome Ceremony, attend academic classes with host cadets, attend Corps of Cadet tactical lab
  • November 12: NCAA shooting competition, leadership reaction course, rappelling, and UNG Symposium Dinner
  • November 13: Institute for Leadership and Strategic Studies Symposium (day 1), UNG Symposium Social
  • November 14: Institute for Leader and Strategic Studies Symposium (day 2), American Dinner and Social
  • November 15: Visit Fort Benning, Georgia, simulations centers, rangers in action demonstration, and U.S. Army Infantry Museum
  • November 16: Depart to home institutions
Symposium

International Cadets participating in ICW will also  participate in the "Soldiers-Learders in the Age of AI: The Future of Pre-Commisioning Education" Symposium. The symposium will contribute to the scholarly discussion of this multifaceted issue.

As participants, cadets are invited to submit abstracts for papers, posters on topics related to the theme. Find more information on the abstract and poster section

Cadets are also invited to submit a story for the Science Fiction contest which has cash prizes. Find more information on the Science Fiction contest section.

Arrival Instructions

Arrival and Departure

International Cadets Attending ICW should plan to arrive at the Atlanta Hartsfield Airport on November 9 and depart on November 16.

Flight Information

Once you receive your flight itinerary, please provide to LTC Fritchle. If you have any changes or issues with your flight, either prior to departure, or during your movement, please contact LTC (Ret) Fritchle or Sergeant Major Terry Baumann. I recommend you place all numbers in your phone prior to departure.

  • Office Phone is 706-867-3166 or 706-867-1748
  • SGM Terry Baumann (Mobile) 678-485-0893 or Email Baumann@ung.edu
  • LTC (Ret) Anthony Fritchle (Mobile) 706-974-5353 or Email fritchle@ung.edu
What to Bring?

Bring These Items

  • Field/camouflage uniform (1 set)
  • Hat/beret for field uniform
  • Boots
  • Belt uniform (duty/dress) 
  • T-shirts (white/duty)
  • Socks (white athletic, dress, daily wear with Camouflage uniform)
  • Winter Dress uniform 
  • Dress shoes
  • Tie
  • Appropriate insignia for dress uniform
  • Dress uniform hat
  • Athletic/sport uniform and shoes
  • Winter civilian clothes 
  • Winter weather jacket (Military and Civilian)
  • Rain jacket (Gortex, if applicable)
  • 110 power adapter
  • ATM/Bank Card
  • Personal hygiene items

Items provided by UNG:

  • Blanket, pillow, sheets
More Resources

Contact Info

Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST

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