The adaptive edge introducing adaptive skills techniques to Army Special Forces
Washburn, Matthew D.
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s could be improved for all U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers. This thesis draws on current adaptive skills techniques taught at the United States Military Academy, West Point, as well as adaptive skills techniques utilized in sports psychology.
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