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A Mixed Method Study Of A Former Special Operations Community: Identifying Factors That Effect Cross-Cultural Competency

@inproceedings{Buffin2017AMM,
  title={A Mixed Method Study Of A Former Special Operations Community: Identifying Factors That Effect Cross-Cultural Competency},
  author={Jack Buffin},
  year={2017}
}
The September 11, 2001 (9/11) attacks on the United States caused a series of military events, including the planning and deployment of troops to Afghanistan. In less than a month after that infamous September day, military Special Forces (SF) members and officers from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) were operating in Afghanistan. The SF and CIA members were faced with not only the difficult geographical terrain but were hampered by inadequate time to prepare for the complicated human… 

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