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Indonesian Military approves ICDL

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The Indonesian Military has approved ICDL training for Military Officers

Currently the number of Indonesian military personnel stands at 470,000 members and more than ten percent of these are Military Officers. 

The Indonesian Military comprises of three Military Academies; the Army Academy, Naval Academy and Air Force Academy as well as several training centers across Indonesia.

In the first week of December, ICDL Indonesia will formally introduce ICDL and will train 50 Military Officers ranking from Major to the Brigadier Generals, from across the three Military Academies. Upon successful completion of this, ICDL will then be implemented across the whole Indonesian Military