Georgetown politics professor builds critical skills among Foreign Area Officer community
Mabry, Tristan James
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In February, the Quadrennial Defense Review called on the Military Departments to prepare commissioned and noncommissioned officers "for the full range of complex missions that the future security environment will demand" by "building expertise in foreign language, regional, and cultural skills." With the assistance of outstanding colleagues at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), I'm doing just that! We're building the Joint Foreign Area Officer Skill Sustainment Pilot Program, JFSSPP for short, to provide resources and educational opportunities for the rapidly growing Foreign Area Officer (FAO) community.
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