The Enduring Value of Military-to-Military Cooperation in Southeast Asia

Wheeler, John D.; Weinstock, Herschel
October 2007
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Fall2007, Issue 47, p65
The article discusses the significance of foreign military cooperations in South East Asia. Accordingly, the U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) is postured to work with its regional partners to counter myriad threats such as terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Moreover, USPACOM's role in building capacity is accomplished through a military-to-military engagement framework guided by the national policy, the National Military Strategy and Security Cooperation Guidance.


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