A large part of the SOF mission is to conduct military training with other nation’s armed forces. This is usually done through Security Assistance Programs administered by the State Department and governed by Title 22 of the U.S. Code. Generally, Title 10 money cannot be used for Security Assistance purposes. There are some exceptions to this (such as 1208, 1206, or CCIF funding, discussed elsewhere). Another exception to this rule is located at 10 U.S.C. 2011. This section allows special operations forces assigned to a combatant commander to train with the forces of a “friendly country,” when the primary benefit of such training is to train U.S. special operations forces.