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Making the Case for a Joint Special Operations Profession

This article seeks to introduce for consideration and debate this question of whether there is now a need for a formal joint special operations forces (JSOF) profession. Claiming a jurisdiction within the context of international competition will place SOF in a better position to build trust and assure autonomy. Doing so will require clarity on what counts as expert knowledge (as opposed to skills and tasks) and the necessary institutional development to certify SOF professionals in the application of this knowledge.

  • Author(s):
  • Isaiah Wilson III
  • C. Anthony Pfaff
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Making the Case for a Joint Special Operations Profession
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Publisher:NCO Journal
Published:April 14, 2022
License:Public Domain

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