King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) Provides Capabilities for Coalition Forces

Aleandre, Rod; Lanham, David
October 2009
Army AL&T Magazine;Oct-Dec2009, p62
The article discusses the role of the Amman, Jordan-based King Abdullah Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) in providing capabilities for coalition forces. The "2008 National Defense Strategy" directs the U.S. Armed Forces to strengthen alliances through training, advising, and equipping allies to respond to threats. General David H. Petraeus of the U.S. Central Command underscores Jordan's role in police and military training for regional security forces.


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