The Foreign Area Officer Association 22 March 2012
George Mason University Arlington Campus
Room 134, Founders Hall
3351 Fairfax Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22201
Security cooperation increasingly predominates the steady state of U.S. foreign and security engagements. Complex and comprehensive challenges in the face of limited resources call for a greater teaming approach that brings together disparate capabilities along political-military, civil-military, interagency, public-private, and international lines. This Roundtable takes a look at how country teams may better leverage Active and Reserve Civil Affairs, Foreign Area Officers, and other military capabilities in support of whole-of-government efforts to bring peace, stability, and security to partner nations and regions.