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Niger authorities on Tuesday were awaiting identification of whether the man in custody is Chefou.
The U.S. Army's vice chief of staff praised the achievements of female soldiers Monday.
SOCOM has 4,420 more radios than it needs, among other items, an IG report finds.
The Arctic Edge exercise involved 1,500 troops and was an early test of the command's new special operations component.
U.S. forces and partner troops killed 11 ISIS militants in Niger during a firefight that occurred after a deadly ambush.
Troops in Niger, Mali and Cameroon will be getting danger pay of up to $225 per month.
On Monday, Staff Sgt. Adam received the Army's highest award for heroism outside of combat.
U.S. Strategic Command recently passed the leadership role in counter-proliferation to SOCOM.
To help offset the challenge, Mitchell said SOCOM need to "ruthlessly prioritize where we are investing our resources."
A Navy SEAL was sentenced to 27 years in federal prison for recording himself molesting a sleeping child.