Army official predicts first SFABs to be focused on Iraq and Afghanistan

By Connie Lee / October 10, 2017 at 1:53 PM
As the Army works to build its new security force assistance brigades, the short-term goal may be to gear the initial units toward fulfilling needs in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to the director of force management in the office of the deputy chief of staff (G-3/5/7). Speaking at the Association of the United States Army annual meeting Oct. 10, Maj. Gen. Brian Mennes provided two reasons for using SFABs in this area. "One, to assist our partners to be successful...

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