Fostering Cooperation in Latin America

Hasenauer, Heike
September 2006
Soldiers;Sep2006, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p14
The article considers the Peacekeeping Operation North 2006 (PKO North 2006), a computer-based war game, launched by the U.S. Army, South (USARSO) in cooperation with armed forces in Latin America. The key objective of the PKO North 2006 is discussed. An overview of foreign military interaction exercises managed by the USARSO is presented. The U.S. military units participating in the PKO North 2006 are identified.


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