• Student becomes the teacher

    Sixty-four weeks or 2,240 hours of schoolwork is the average length of the Chinese mandarin class at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center on the Presidio of Monterey, California.

  • Only a few can relate

    Students who attend the linguist course at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center at the Presidio of Monterey, California, have a very different experience than other Airmen going through technical training. At DLIFLC, most students are there over a year and can end up staying there

  • Loving Language Learning

    Multiple languages can be heard amongst the gentle sweep of turning pages and the scrape of pencils on paper. At the Aiso Library, it’s common to see students chattering away in all manner of languages found across the globe. Although the blend of tongues may be nothing more than a confusing barrage