Ep. 14 - "Assessing Emerging Trends" with COL Michael Loos

October 26, 2016 00:25:48
Ep. 14 - "Assessing Emerging Trends" with COL Michael Loos
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Ep. 14 - "Assessing Emerging Trends" with COL Michael Loos
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Show Notes

The MWI podcast sits down with COL Michael Loos, commander of the Army Asymmetric Warfare Group, to discuss how they work to support the operational force through observation and analysis of emerging technologies and tactics. We also talk the AWG's approach to training and preparation of units and leaders.

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