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The Navy’s Study-Abroad Programs Need Better Variety


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Every global U.S. military mission, both successful and unsuccessful, has resulted in unintended—or perhaps unavoidable—consequences both for U.S. service members and local populations and communities. The U.S. military’s next greatest weapon may not be a new weapon system, or a new class of submarine, but instead be more culturally aware, intelligent, and cross-discipline service members willing to accept nuance and complicating factors into their understanding of the world.

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