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Military Cultural Education
McFarland, Col. Maxiehttp://www.army.mil/professionalWriting/volumes/volume3/june_2005/6_05_3.html
Publisher: U.S. Army, USA
Year Published: 2005
Resource Type: Article
Working with diverse cultures in their home element is more a matter of finesse, diplomacy, and communication than the direct application of coercive power. Success demands an understanding of individual, community, and societal normative patterns as they relate to the tasks soldiers perform and the environment in which they are performed. Cultural education is now necessary as part of soldier and leader development programs.
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