Military Assistance

  • March 25, 2018

Another type of form of military engagement conducted by the U.S. military with allies and friends abroad is the provision of military assistance in the forms of combined training, equipping, and the conduct of side-by-side operations. This presentation will discuss the myriad forms of such assistance and its role in U.S. national security policy and national strategy.

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