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Newsletter 10-12
December 2009

Foreword

This inaugural edition of the Multinational Operations Newsletter is intended to provide a forum for discussing the ongoing efforts to integrate Army elements into the multinational environment on today's battlefield. This newsletter is a continuation of the Center for Army Lessons Learned increased focus on the joint, interagency, intergovernmental, multinational environment of global operations. This collection of articles was chosen as an example of the big world of operations and reveals some of the differences among the various combatant commands and the diverse challenges each face in their area of responsibility. Several of the enclosed articles were extracted from foreign journals to provide a counterbalance of thought and conceptual thinking of our global allies in overseas contingency operations.

The primary audiences are leaders, planners, and operators across the Army executing operations integration within a multinational environment. Training and doctrine developers at the tactical level will find opportunities for improved interoperability among our global partners worldwide. This publication captures articles that highlight good examples of multinational integration without shying away from discussing areas of needing improvement. I trust you will find these articles informative.

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