Welcome to the home page of the Defense Language Institute English Language Center, better known worldwide as DLI. We sincerely hope that this stop on the information highway will provide you with useful information about us--who we are and the services we provide.
673 TRG/DLIELC provides services to numerous and varied international military partners through the US Security Assistance Program. In fulfilling many roles, we teach international students general or special purpose English. Additionally, we assist them acquire the ability to conduct English language training and function as school administrators. For a growing number of military partners, we provide in-country consultations through training detachments and teams as well as develop ELT curriculum meeting specific country needs.
What you will experience as you visit our site is a glimpse of a dynamic organization, growing and responding to the changing needs of our customers and the needs of our changing world. Since 1954, DLI has been known as the "gateway to America," due to the fact that approximately one-third of the international students who come to the US for training begin their "American experience" with us.
To visit our DLIELC.edu website click here.
Provide effective English language training and maximize resources to enable US and International students to communicate proficiently in support of Department of Defense Security Cooperation goals.
An innovative world class military organization providing superior English language training around the globe.
COMMAND SECTION - 210 671-3540
ACADEMICS - 210 671-2352
NONRESIDENT PROGRAMS - 210 671-3783
RESIDENT FLIGHT - 210 671-4212
TEST AND MEASUREMENT - 210 671-4889
PROTOCOL - 210 671 - 4060
OPERATIONS (24/7 OPERATION) - 210 671-2929
FIELD STUDIES PROGRAM (TOURS) - 210 671-2167
2235 Andrews Ave
JBSA Lackland, TX 78236-5259
332nd Training Squadron - Academics
637th International Support Squadron - Operations
637th Training Support Squadron - Mission Support
Kouji P. Gillis
Lt Col. Daniel Rodriguez Jr
CMSgt Carol Sligh