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Synonyms for military advisor

a military officer who serves as an adviser to the troops of an allied nation

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This military advisory subunified command would be led by a general officer, potentially a dual-hatted USSOCOM deputy commander, to oversee the selection, training, deployment, and redeployment of combat advisors.
Combat Advisor Handbook (Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures).
Any combat advisor or instructor can teach HNSF for both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL), Combat Advisor Handbook, April 2008.
Fort Riley Training Mission, Directorate of Cultural Influence and Counterinsurgency, Afghanistan Combat Advisor Development Program, Fort Riley, Kansas, Course book, April 2008.
The KLE is the crux of what a combat advisor does, and your KLEs with your Afghan counterparts may take twice as long as a meeting with your American peers.
Being a combat advisor is certainly one of the most challenging, frustrating, and rewarding assignments an Army leader can have.
Some combat advisors try to make their counterparts and their Afghan units perform at the same level as an American unit.
Delta Company's mission is to train combat advisors for deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan.
With the deployment of combat advisors (CA) and the implementation of counterinsurgency (COIN) theory in modern warfare, SOF is no longer the singular force operating by, with, and through FSF.
Currently, the 162nd Infantry Brigade FSF-CA trains and deploys combat advisors on a weekly basis.
Combat advisors deploying to train and partner with HNSF tactical level units should receive significant instruction in the weapons they will encounter, especially if they are not U.
military personnel "will not act as combat advisors, and will not accompany Salvadoran forces in combat, on operational patrols, or in any other situation where combat is likely.
He also provides detailed discussions of the importance of combat advisors in counterinsurgency and the need to provide language and cultural training to succeed.
Charlie Company is the lead company for training combat advisors under the Security Force Assistance Brigade curriculum out of Fort Polk.