Special Operations Imperatives for Preparedness, Part Two

Last week, we posted Special Operations Imperatives for Preparedness numbers 1-6.  Here’s the link to catch up. 7. Anticipate and Control Psychological Effects Any operation conducted, by any organization within the UW battle space, will have significant psychological impacts. Whether combat operations or civic actions, these can be conducted specifically to produce desired psychological effects, […]
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