15 (UK) Psychological Operations Group (15 POG) have been awarded the Firmin Sword of Peace in recognition of their work in Afghanistan.
What does POG stand for?
POG stands for Psychological Operations Group
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- Principle of Good Enough
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Republican candidate for the 2008 Presidential elections was addressing a Rolling Stone report which claimed that Lieutenant General William Caldwell had ordered a psychological operations group in Afghanistan to use psy-ops tactics on visiting U.
Stets was assigned to the 8th Psychological Operations Battalion (Airborne), 4th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, N.
Cpl Bryant had been in the Army for six years and was based in Chicksands, Bedfordshire, as part of the Intelligence Corps' Psychological Operations Group.
Corporal Sarah Bryant of the Intelligence Corps was a member of 15 (UK) Psychological Operations Group based in Chicksands, Bedfordshire.
Trained to weaken an enemy through persuasion, propaganda, and intelligence-gathering, she was a member of 15 (United Kingdom) Psychological Operations Group based in Chicksands, Bedfordshire, the Ministry of Defence said yesterday.
James, an artist and for the past 20 years a professional illustrator, thought of the idea while serving as a TA member of 15 (UK) Psychological Operations Group in Afghanistan as the British Army's only combat cartoonist.
The 4th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne) is the only active duty unit and is stationed at Fort Bragg, N.