New Studies Examine DOD's Role in Foreign Security Forces Training

By Sebastian Sprenger / December 3, 2007 at 5:00 AM
Pentagon officials are working on three separate studies that could shape how U.S. forces train indigenous security forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and in future conflicts, defense sources tell . Officials in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Army and the Joint Staff's operations (J-3) directorate are leading the three studies. Members of the study teams are expected to brief their results to the high-powered Deputy's Advisory Working Group (DAWG) and a panel of the services' operations chiefs...

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