Salvation Army International College for Officers (ICO)
Collège international des officiers de l'Armée du salut
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1905-05-11 London UK
11 May 1905, London (UK), as International Staff Training Lodge, in the framework of F-XF3172 - Salvation Army. Re-opened in present location, 1950, as Salvation Army International Staff College. Current name adopted 1954.
Develop effective leadership; nurture personal holiness and cultivate a holy lifestyle; encourage vision of the Army's international mission; strengthen commitment to officership and develop gifts and skills; affirm a sense of personal value and usefulness to God within the Salvation Army.
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Quasi military-religious structure.
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