The Demise of the Strategic Advisory Team

In early August there was a brief clamour in military circles over the decision to shut down the Strategic Advisory Team (SAT) in Kabul.

Scott Taylor
Published: Wednesday, 08/20/2008 12:00 am EDT

In early August there was a brief clamour in military circles over the decision to shut down the Strategic Advisory Team (SAT) in Kabul. Unfortunately, the majority of Canadians had no clue what this organization was and could care less about the cancellation. This was despite the fact that most journalists that have visited Afghanistan in the past four years, myself included, have written feature stories about the SAT.

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