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  • Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)

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    The U.S. Army Special Operations Command is the largest of the service components that make up U.S. Special Operations Command and provides about 70 percent of the special operations personnel in Central Command's theatre. On any given day, dozens of USASOC elements are deployed around the world. Made up of 26,000 personnel, USASOC combines a vast range of warfighting skills, from raiding and airfield seizures, to human-terrain mapping and cu... more

  • Army Special Operations Aviation Command (ARSOAC)

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    Over the past decade, U.S. Army Special Operations Command aviation experts have recognized a need to separate the combat role of Army Special Operations Aviation from resourcing responsibilities. The Army and Special Operations Command have thus received approval to create a one-star Army Special Operations Forces aviation force structure, Army Special Operations Aviation Command (Provisional), or ARSOAC. ARSOAC will be a subordinate command ... more

  • Special Operations Leaders Voice Sequestration Concerns

    WASHINGTON -- Challenges caused by limited resources, fiscal uncertainty and the changing nature of threats have forced the military's special operations forces to operate creatively, the Defense Department's top special operations officials told Congress yesterday. Michael D. Lumpkin, assistant secretary of defense for special operations and low-intensity conflict, and Army Gen. Joseph L. Votel, commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, ... more

  • Former Commander of Army Special Operations Moves to CIA

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    A former commander of Army Special Operations and the officer who led the first Green Berets on the ground in Afghanistan has joined the CIA. Lt. Gen. John F. Mulholland Jr. is the new associate director for military affairs at the nation's top intelligence agency, the CIA announced in a statement from Director John Brennan. Mulholland, 59, was previously deputy commander of U.S. Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida,... more

  • Green Berets Honor Last 4 to Die in Afghanistan

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    The Green Berets at Joint Base Lewis-McChord on Monday looked back to their World War II origins as they recognized their last four soldiers to die while serving in Afghanistan. Their commander, Col. Robert McDowell of the 1st Special Forces Group, said they represented "what is good and what is right in our nation." They were Staff Sgt. Jeremie Border, killed Sept. 1, 2012; Sgt. 1st Class James Grissom, killed March 21; Staff Sgt. Michael S... more

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