The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is offering up to $1.5 million worth of training to local police departments to help them take over foreign countries and fight terrorism.
The Pentagon said Tuesday that the program will train about 4,000 law enforcement officers, police chiefs and firefighters.
The training will be delivered to cities and towns that are facing major challenges from terrorism, such as the recent attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, California.
The trainings will include a range of classes, including an emergency management course, a SWAT course, and a disaster preparedness course, the Department of Defense said.
The funds are being offered through the DHS Federal Emergency Management Program (FEMA).
The program will cost $1 million per city and $1 per unit, and is part of a $1 billion budget request that was passed by Congress last month.
The DHS will also provide $50 million in grant money to cities for the training, according to the DHS website.