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U.S. Army Advising Foreign Forces Handbook

U.S. Army Advising Foreign Forces Handbook

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The purpose of this special edition is to provide a practical reference guide for individuals and units to use in preparation for missions as trainers and advisors to foreign military units. The publication includes tactics, techniques, and procedures successfully used by both United States Army special operations forces (SOF) and conventional forces in conducting foreign military training (FMT). The final section of the special edition is an explanation of the security assistance process and includes the organizations involved in planning and resourcing foreign training missions and their respective responsibilities.
The purpose of this special edition is to provide a practical reference guide for individuals and units to use in preparation for missions as trainers and advisors to foreign military units. The publication includes tactics, techniques, and procedures successfully used by both United States Army special operations forces (SOF) and conventional forces in conducting foreign military training (FMT). The final section of the special edition is an explanation of the security assistance process and includes the organizations involved in planning and resourcing foreign training missions and their respective responsibilities.

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Published by: Michael Best on Aug 24, 2012
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The purpose of this special edition is to provide a practical reference guide for individuals and units to use in preparation for missions as trainers and advisors toforeign military units. The publication includes tactics, techniques, and proceduressuccessfully used by both United States Army special operations forces (SOF) andconventional forces in conducting foreign military training (FMT). The finalsection of the special edition is an explanation of the security assistance process andincludes the organizations involved in planning and resourcing foreign trainingmissions and their respective responsibilities.This information is derived from multiple sources with direct experienceconducting foreign military training during ongoing operations in Afghanistan,Iraq, and other locations worldwide.
LAWRENCE H. SAULCOL, FADirector, Center forArmy Lessons Learned

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