Mission Details

Information Warfare:
The use of electronic warfare, computer network operations, psychological operations, and military deception to influence, disrupt, corrupt, or usurp the oppositions decision making while protecting our own.

Psychological Operations:
Passing information to the opposition to influence their emotions, motives, reasoning, and ultimately their behavior. The purpose of psychological operations is to fool the opposition into doing what military commanders want them to. Also called PSYOP.

Counter Terrorism:
Special Forces are often deployed to preclude, preempt and resolve terrorist incidents abroad. They prevent, deter and respond to terrorist activities and train other nations' military in the basics of fighting terrorism.

Direct Action:
Direct Action missions are short duration strikes that are used when Special Forces want to seize, capture, recover or destroy enemy weapons and information or recover designated personnel or material.

Foreign Internal Defense:
This mission is used to organize, assist and train the military and national defense forces of foreign governments to protect their citizens from aggressors.

Special Recon:
Special Reconnaissance missions generally take place before any movement by our military. Without that vital information, U.S. Army Soldiers might be caught off guard and unprepared when entering enemy territory.

Unconventional Warfare:
Special Forces have long employed the use of Unconventional Warfare (UW), a.k.a. guerilla warfare, to train, equip, advise and assist forces in enemy-held or controlled territory.

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