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History of Special Operations Forces in Malaysia

@inproceedings{Rahman2013HistoryOS,
  title={History of Special Operations Forces in Malaysia},
  author={Shams Rahman},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract : From 1941 to 1990, Malaysia was involved in violent conflicts against internal and external threats. Most military literature does not emphasize the role of Special Operations Forces (SOF) during these five decades of conflicts. This thesis highlights some lessons learned that might be useful for countries with strategic and operational concerns similar to Malaysia, details the contributions of the SOF to Malaysia from World War II to the present, and examines their utility in… 

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