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MESOC 2016 to be held next month

Posted 13 April 2016 · Add Comment

The 8th Middle East Special Operations Commanders Conference (MESOC 2016) will be held next month at the Le Royal Hotel in Amman, Jordan.

The conference will be on 9th of May, under the royal patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II and supported by the Jordanian Joint Special Operations Command.
 
MESOC aims to discuss approaches for improving battlefield performance, and hosts the largest gathering of the global special operations forces community with over 600 delegates from across the world.
 
MESOC 2016 will discuss topics such as enabling rapid response, adapting for complex special missions, and enhancing warfighter resilience

    

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