TC 31-73 Special Forces Advisor Guide: July 2008

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The mission of the modern Special Forces Soldier is not limited to Special Recon and Direct Action tasks. When working with 3rd World-level militaries and guerrilla groups in far-away countries and often primitive areas, he is required to be part-diplomat and part-mentor while carrying out his duties. The Special Forces Advisor Guide provides useful doctrinal guidance on how to get the job done when the odds are stacked against a successful outcome. 

From the preface page; "Training Circular (TC) 31-73, Special Forces Advisor Guide, supports Field Manual (FM) 3-05.20 Special Forces Operations -- as well as FM 3-05.202, Special Forces Foreign Internal Defense Operations. It defines the subjective, intangible nuances of human interaction. It is designed to assist the SF Soldier in understanding and navigating the complexities of human behavior as it relates to cross-cultural communication.

As with all doctrinal manuals, TC 31-73 is authoritative but not directive. It serves as a guide, but does not preclude SF units from developing their own standing operating procedures (SOPs) to meet their needs. This TC focuses on interface between SF, United States Government (USG) personnel, foreign government personnel, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs); however, the content is intended to prove useful in any human interaction."

Presented in Special Operations Press’ distinctive OCP camouflage cover denoting a current publication, this manual is printed in easy-to-read 6 x 9, perfect-bound paperback format. Proudly printed in the USA.

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