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Well to answer the question of can a computer game (simulation) teach how to defeat the enemy (Taliban)? I would say a definitive yes, providing the following are incumbent:
I'm sure that the American capabilities are well known and can be factored in.
Example of previous games - Sniper, Commando, Spies ..
A thought ..
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