Religious support in special operations

Full Title
Religious support in special operations
Kelly L. O'Lear
The author, a six-year veteran of the Special Operations community, researched the religious support needs of the United States Special Operations community and their dependents. This was accomplished by collecting and analyzing data within the author's unit as well as data made available by the United States Special Operations Command. The analysis provided recommendations for Religious support Teams in identifying the religious and spiritual needs of the Special Operations community in addition to how Religious Support Teams can adapt to the Special Operations culture.

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Degree Granting Institution
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
D.Min. Project
Michael Koppel
Number of Pages
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