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Dr. Author Finch, a renowned Special Operations Forces (SOF) psychologist speaks with Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Marines, sailors, civilians and their families during a recent MARSOC Preservation of the Forces and Family (MPOTFF) event held here, Feb. 10, 2014.  Finch, who has been practicing psychology for over 14 years, and has 11 years experience working with both the U.S. Army Rangers and U.S. Army Special Operations Command, paid a visit to MARSOC to share his inside knowledge, perspective and strategies in managing the demands placed on Marines and their families who are a part of the special operations community.
140210-M-XY287-092.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Samuel McKenzie

Mar 3, 2014
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina - Dr. Author Finch, a renowned Special Operations Forces (SOF) psychologist speaks with Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Marines, sailors, civilians and their families during a recent MARSOC Preservation of the Forces and Family (MPOTFF) event held here, Feb. 10, 2014. Finch, who has been practicing psychology for over 14 years, and has 11 years experience working with both the U.S. Army Rangers and U.S. Army Special Operations Command, paid a visit to MARSOC to share his inside knowledge, perspective and strategies in managing the demands placed on Marines and their families who are a part of the special operations community.


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