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U.S. Military seeks skills, technology to avoid costly cultural misunderstandings

Contributor: John M. Doyle
Posted: 09/25/2012
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By John M. Doyle How U.S. And coalition forces interact with local villagers can affect intelligence gathering and both tactical and strategic mission outcomes. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Benjamin Addison) The sudden uproar throughout the Muslim world sparked by a poorly made video villifying the Prophet Muhammad took many casual

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John M. Doyle
Contributor: John M. Doyle