U.S. International Military Training and Indonesia

JCET

Date of exercise Activity Title Foreign Units # Foreign Participants U.S. Units Purpose Cost
1997 Balance Iron 1 N/A N/A 3/1 SFG Mountain-Infantry training $79,200
1998 Balance Iron 98-7 Kopassus,Kopaska, Kopaskhasaukostr AD 49 1/1 SFG Combat-sapper training (demo safety,firing systems, calculation, placement, mine warfare, obstacle breaching, etc) $34,000
1998 Balance Iron 328-Kostrad, Kopassus 52 4thPOG/8th, 1/1 SFG Air assault intro, air mobile ops, small unit tactics (ambush, raid, fire support, recon) $93,600
1998 Balance Iron 98-2 Paskas (AF SF), Reg Indonesian Army 49 353 SOG (STS) (4), 6 SOC (3) Foreign Internal Defense, ground air commo, outdoor survival, movement to contact, ambush, raids, fire support planning, area/zone recon $14,000
1998 Balance Iron 98-3 Kopassus (Group 1) 20 1/1 SFG Air ops, weapons fire, marine ops, FTX $65,000
1998 Balance Iron 98-7 N/A N/A 1/1 SFG

COMBAT OPERATION-

SAPPER

$52,000

Source: Report on Training of Special Operations Forces under 10 U.S.C. Section 2011, April 1, 1999 for fiscal year ending September 30, 1998.


IMET*/ FMS** for Training

  FY 96 FY 97 FY 98 FY 99 FY 2000
IMET Program deliveries in $ 577,000 105,000 476,000 550,000 400,000
Number of IMET students trained 17 7 14 16 12
FMS for Training in $ 170,000 106,000 49,000 N/A N/A

IMET = International Military Training and Education

FMS = Foreign Military Sales

Source: Congressional Presentation for Foreign Operations FY2000.


Other Department of Defense Engagement Activities:

A group of six Indonesian students is scheduled to receive training during FY 1999 at the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, at a cost of $437, 000. Curriculum has not been disclosed.

Source: Report presented pursuant to the requirements of section 581 of the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1999, as enacted in P.L. 105-277