Letter from London

Drwiega, Andrew
November 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p10
The article discusses the Combined Joint Personnel Recovery Standardization Course (CJPRSC) that seeds multi-national operation such as a Combat Search & Rescue Mission (CSAR). It states that CJPRSC, which is structured to prvide academic military briefings, aims to enhance knowledge and proficiency required for the execution of CSAR mission. It notes the stategic choice and operational imperative for military defense as well as the ongoing campaign and delivery of military force in Afghanistan.


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