A Soldier assigned to the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School participating in the Civil Affairs Course provides security during Sluss-Tiller, the culmination exercise for Civil Affairs students, at Camp Mackall, North Carolina July 18, 2019. The Soldiers were trained in culture, language, social sciences, civil analysis and planning in complex ambiguous environments in order to carry out Civil Affairs operations and succeed in the special operations community.
The Pic of the Day: Who said Civil Affairs is nice and cozy?
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