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A Crisis of Trust: A Discussion of the Challenges and Prospects for Sustained Security Force Assistance to Afghanistan

060 Eggers Hall

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With the NATO mission in Afghanistan at a tipping point, this panel of distinguished subject-matter experts will reflect on their recent experiences working as embedded advisors to the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) and discuss what is necessary to salvage and regain the trust necessary for any long term strategic partnership and sustained security assistance beyond the projected end of combat operations in 2013. A panel discussion with: Major Fernando Lujan - U.S. Army Special Forces Officer; Visiting Fellow, Center for a New American Security; Afghan-Pakistan Hands Program. Captain Tlaloc Cutroneo - U.S. Army Intel Officer; Former Special Operations Police Advisor for Afghan Civil Order Police; Police Officer (Gang Unit), Boston Police Department. Captain Russell Galeti - U.S. Army Infantry Officer; Former Embedded Advisor to Afghan National Army; MS in Foreign Service Candidate (Georgetown). Lucas Tomlinson - Research Manager, Human Terrain System, Department of Defense; Former Lieutenant, U.S. Navy and Embedded Advisor.

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