How to mitigate the shortage of Special Operation Aviation
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Why does the shortage exist within European nations? Decrease in air mobility within the conventional forces: fewer aircraft; Within SOA the main focus is on getting more elite rather than special: more capable SOA does not not address the quantitative shortage
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