Introduction to Irregular Warfare - Distance Learning

Resistance/ Irregular Warfare I2W SOC 2611 Open Nomination Only ACCET Accredited Unclassified


The course discusses fundamental concepts of irregular warfare (IW) and irregular adversaries, military support for stability operations, security force assistance, and building partner capacity. The collection of IW modules provides relevant IW content to those who cannot attend resident courses or who need the distance learning to reinforce resident attendance. *Note: Students MUST provide BOTH a personal email address AND either their .gov or .mil email address in order to be registered for the course.


This curriculum is for officers (O1-O4), warrant officers (W1-W3), noncommissioned officers (E5-E7), civilian, and contractors equivalents in the special operations forces (SOF) community or supporting SOF operations. International students, military, and civilians may be accepted on a case-by-case basis. This course has not yet been submitted for accreditation. This course is available to international partners. Prospective international students must contact the security cooperation training element at the U.S. Embassy in his/her country to initiate course attendance. Provide the following MASL Number: D400015




There are no required texts or materials for this course.


JSOU is currently an accredited educational institution accredited through the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education & Training (ACCET) - a national accrediting agency recognized by the Department of Education.

Continuous (30 days to complete)
Location: JSOU Bldg
Comments: Enrollment open.