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Special Operations Command Korea or SOCKOR, the United States (U.S.) Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC) in the Republic of Korea (ROK), is a Sub-Unified Command assigned under the Combatant Command (COCOM) of United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), who delegated Operational Command (OPCON) of SOCKOR to the U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) Commander, who further delegated OPCON of SOCKOR to the United States Forces Korea (USFK) Commander.

Tags: black, ops, parachute, jump, army

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MRR consists of a Headquarters Company and three Marine Raider Battalions (1st, 2nd and 3rd). The MRBs are tasked with direct action, special reconnaissance, counter-terrorism, and information operations. They are also trained to carry out peacetime foreign internal defense[14] and unconventional warfare. This includes giving military training to friendly foreign nations. Each MRB consists of four Marine Special Operations Companies (MSOCs) that contain four Marine Special Operations Teams (MSOTs) in each Company. The organization allows a Team to operate on its own if needed, but maintains the ability to operate as part of a larger unit such as an MSOC or SOTF, similar to Army Special Forces ODA/B.[15] The core personnel strength of the MRBs was initially drafted from Force Reconnaissance Marines.

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MRR consists of a Headquarters Company and three Marine Raider Battalions (1st, 2nd and 3rd). The MRBs are tasked with direct action, special reconnaissance, counter-terrorism, and information operations. They are also trained to carry out peacetime foreign internal defense[14] and unconventional warfare. This includes giving military training to friendly foreign nations. Each MRB consists of four Marine Special Operations Companies (MSOCs) that contain four Marine Special Operations Teams (MSOTs) in each Company. The organization allows a Team to operate on its own if needed, but maintains the ability to operate as part of a larger unit such as an MSOC or SOTF, similar to Army Special Forces ODA/B.[15] The core personnel strength of the MRBs was initially drafted from Force Reconnaissance Marines.

Tags: msor, marsoc, mrr, raider, retired

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USMC Marine Special Operations School, (MSOS), Conducts screening, training, selection, assessment, and development functions for MARSOC

Tags: so, marsoc, operations, special, school

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The United States Army 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), abbreviated as the 160th SOAR (A) and also known as Night Stalkers, or within JSOC as Task Force Brown, is a special operations force of the United States Army that provides helicopter aviation support for general purpose forces and special operations forces. Its missions have included attack, assault, and reconnaissance, and are usually conducted at night, at high speeds, low altitudes, and on short notice. The 160th SOAR is headquartered at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

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Marine Special Operations School Conducts screening, training, selection, assessment, and development functions for MARSOC., The Special Operations Training Course (STC) is six weeks of unhindered, realistic, challenging basic and intermediate Special Operations Forces (SOF) war fighting skills training. During STC the Special Operations Capabilities Specialists will also attend Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE) training along with a MARSOF Level 1 Course specific to their MOS: Explosive Ordnance Disposal (6 weeks), Communications (12 weeks), Intelligence (4–6 weeks), Joint Terminal Attack Controller (4 weeks), Multi-Purpose Canine (10 weeks)

Tags: corps, unted-states, school, operations, retiree

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The United States Army 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), abbreviated as the 160th SOAR (A) and also known as Night Stalkers, or within JSOC as Task Force Brown,[2] is a special operations force of the United States Army that provides helicopter aviation support for general purpose forces and special operations forces. Its missions have included attack, assault, and reconnaissance, and are usually conducted at night, at high speeds, low altitudes, and on short notice. The 160th SOAR is headquartered at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.

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Special Operations - Afghanistan

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If you win, you live. If you lose, you die. If you don't fight, you can't win!

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Special Operations - Afhganistan - Arrows

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The Special Operations Joint Task Force - Afghanistan (SOJTF-A) conducts Special Operations activities within the Coalition Joint Operations Area - Afghanistan (CJOA-A), in order to enable the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), the Afghan National Security Force (ANSF), and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) to provide the Afghan people a secure and stable environment and to prevent insurgent activities from threatening the authority and sovereignty of GIRoA. This includes Village Stability Operations (VSO), a bottom-up counterinsurgency (COIN) strategy that establishes expanding security and stability in rural villages, as well as training and partnering with ANSF military and police special operations forces elements. A In addition, SJOTF-A conducts Special Operations to deny terrorist sanctuaries in Afghanistan that threaten western interest.

Tags: soc, cjsotf, war, afghan, sof

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The 1st SOW serves as a pivotal component of AFSOC's ability to provide and conduct special operations missions ranging from precision application of firepower to infiltration, exfiltration, resupply and refueling of special operations force operational elements. "Any time, any place".

Tags: 1st-sow, air-force, special-operations, hurlburt-field

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The mission of the Marine Special Operations Intelligence Battalion (MIB) is to train, sustain, maintain combat readiness, and provide intelligence support at all operational levels in order to support MARSOF training and operations worldwide with mission-specific intelligence capability. The Marine Special Operations Intelligence Battalion (MIB) was officially activated at a ceremony on 18 May 2010 at US Marine Forces, Special Operation Command's (MARSOC) headquarters at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Previously, MARSOC's intelligence functions had been performed by the intelligence company of the Marine Special Operations Support Group (MSOSG). The MIB was reorganized into a separate unit from the company in response to the ever-growing capabilities of MARSOC. The MIB remained assigned to the MSOSG. The MIB would produce the direct support teams, SOTF (Special Operations Task Force) enhancements, and other capabilities as needed by the commander of US Special Operations Command, and the Commander of MARSOC.

Tags: united-states, marine, corps, intel, usmc

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The 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion (MSOB) is a special operations unit of the United States Marine Corps and a subordinate combat component of the Marine Corps Special Operations Command. The Battalions's organization was finalized in 2006 and is one of three battalions of the Marine Special Operations Regiment.

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The mission of the Marine Special Operations Intelligence Battalion (MIB) is to train, sustain, maintain combat readiness, and provide intelligence support at all operational levels in order to support MARSOF training and operations worldwide with mission-specific intelligence capability. The Marine Special Operations Intelligence Battalion (MIB) was officially activated at a ceremony on 18 May 2010 at US Marine Forces, Special Operation Command's (MARSOC) headquarters at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Previously, MARSOC's intelligence functions had been performed by the intelligence company of the Marine Special Operations Support Group (MSOSG). The MIB was reorganized into a separate unit from the company in response to the ever-growing capabilities of MARSOC. The MIB remained assigned to the MSOSG. The MIB would produce the direct support teams, SOTF (Special Operations Task Force) enhancements, and other capabilities as needed by the commander of US Special Operations Command, and the Commander of MARSOC.

Tags: marsoc, mib, veteran, vet, intelligence

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The United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne) (USASOC) is the command charged with overseeing the various special operations forces of the United States Army. Headquartered at Fort Bragg, NC, it is the largest component of the United States Special Operations Command. Its mission is to organize, train, educate, man, equip, fund, administer, mobilize, deploy and sustain Army special operations forces to successfully conduct worldwide special operations.

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The Special Operations Command Central (SOCCENT) is a sub-unified command of the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM). It is responsible for planning special operations throughout the USCENTCOM area of responsibility (AOR), planning and conducting peacetime joint/combined special operations training exercises, and orchestrating command and control of peacetime and wartime special operations as directed

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Marine Special Operations Support Group, MSOSG or the MRSG, comprising the Group HQs, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Marine Raider Support Battalions, contain the Command's administrative, and support assets.[16] The MRSG trains, equips, structures, and provides specially qualified Marine forces to augment MSOTs, including operational logistics, intelligence, multipurpose canines handlers, Firepower Control Teams and communications support in order to sustain worldwide special operations missions.

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The 3d Marine Raider Battalion was activated May 15, 2006, and is headquartered at Camp Lejeune, N.C. It was re-designated as 3d Marine Raider Battalion on June 19, 2015. 3d Marine Raider Battalion is organized, trained and equipped to deploy for worldwide missions as directed by MARSOC. Each Marine Special Operations Companies (MSOCs) and be task-organized with personnel uniquely skilled in special equipment support, intelligence and fire-support. Each MSOC is commanded by a Marine Major and capable of deploying task-organized expeditionary Special Operations Forces for the conduct of full spectrum SOF operations in support of the geographic combatant commanders.

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The 2d Marine Raider Battalion was activated May 15, 2006, and is headquartered at Camp Lejeune, N.C. It was re-designated as 2d Marine Raider Battalion on June 19, 2015. 2d Marine Raider Battalion is organized, trained and equipped to deploy globally for missions as directed by MARSOC. Each Marine Special Operations Company (MSOC) is task-organized with personnel and equipment capable of executing the full spectrum of special operations in support of the geographic combatant commanders.

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The 2d Marine Raider Battalion was activated May 15, 2006, and is headquartered at Camp Lejeune, N.C. It was re-designated as 2d Marine Raider Battalion on June 19, 2015. 2d Marine Raider Battalion is organized, trained and equipped to deploy globally for missions as directed by MARSOC. Each Marine Special Operations Company (MSOC) is task-organized with personnel and equipment capable of executing the full spectrum of special operations in support of the geographic combatant commanders.

Tags: special, operations, battalion, raider, bn

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Marine Special Operations Support Group MSOSG or the MRSG, comprising the Group HQs, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Marine Raider Support Battalions, contain the Command's administrative, and support assets.[16] The MRSG trains, equips, structures, and provides specially qualified Marine forces to augment MSOTs, including operational logistics, intelligence, multipurpose canines handlers, Firepower Control Teams and communications support in order to sustain worldwide special operations missions.

Tags: vet, veteran, retired, msosg, operations

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The United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne) (USASOC) is the command charged with overseeing the various special operations forces of the United States Army. Headquartered at Fort Bragg, NC, it is the largest component of the United States Special Operations Command. Its mission is to organize, train, educate, man, equip, fund, administer, mobilize, deploy and sustain Army special operations forces to successfully conduct worldwide special operations.

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The 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion (MSOB) is a special operations unit of the United States Marine Corps and a subordinate combat component of the Marine Corps Special Operations Command. The Battalions's organization was finalized in 2006 and is one of three battalions of the Marine Special Operations Regiment.

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The 3d Marine Raider Battalion was activated May 15, 2006, and is headquartered at Camp Lejeune, N.C. It was re-designated as 3d Marine Raider Battalion on June 19, 2015. 3d Marine Raider Battalion is organized, trained and equipped to deploy for worldwide missions as directed by MARSOC. Each Marine Special Operations Companies (MSOCs) and be task-organized with personnel uniquely skilled in special equipment support, intelligence and fire-support. Each MSOC is commanded by a Marine Major and capable of deploying task-organized expeditionary Special Operations Forces for the conduct of full spectrum SOF operations in support of the geographic combatant commanders.

Tags: sof, msob, vet, veteran, retired

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United States Special Operations Forces (SOF) are components of the Department of Defense's United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).

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SOF - Skull Notebook

by twix123844
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Philly Philly!

Tags: philadelphia, philly-special, eagles, football, philly-philly

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United States Special Operations Forces (SOF) are components of the Department of Defense's United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM).

Tags: sof-with-skull, sof, united-states-special-operations-forces, death-before-dishonor

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The 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) (10th SFG(A) or 10th Group) is an active duty United States Army Special Forces (SF) Group. The 10th Group is responsible for operations within the EUCOM area of responsibility, as part of the Special Operations Command, Europe (SOCEUR).[2] 10th Group has also been involved in parts of Africa and the Middle East. In 2009, as part of a new SOCOM directive, the group is now also responsible for operations within the AFRICOM area of responsibility

Tags: 10th-sfg, sof, patch, united-states-army-special-forces-sf, airborne-badge

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The 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) is an operational unit of the United States Army Special Forces activated on 20 May 1960. It was reorganized from the 77th Special Forces Group, which was also stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Its purpose is to conduct guerrilla operations and train friendly governments' armed forces in South, Central, and North America as well as the Caribbean. 7th Special Forces Group participated in Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada in 1983, and in Operation Just Cause in Panama in 1989. The 7th SFG has, like all the SFGs, been heavily deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan in the War on Terror.

Tags: military, 7th-special-forces-group-united-states, united-states-army, special-operations-force, sof

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Special Ops Triceratops T-Shirt. Funny Dinosaur Military Shirt for Dinosaurs, Special Ops and Triceratops fans everywhere. Original Special Ops Triceratops Shirt Design featuring funny Triceratops in special ops gear artwork.

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The Boba Fett Fan Club (bobafett.com and bobafettfanclub.com) is the premiere website for the iconic bounty hunter from Star Wars. Established in 1996, BFFC is one of the oldest Star Wars fan sites still on the web. In 2017, on July 4, we celebrated our 21st anniversary. This design references his Prototype Armor colors. Design: Jason Goad (ingoadwetrust.com) All proceeds are being donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, Jeremy Bulloch's favorite charity.

Tags: boba-fett-fan-club, star-wars, boba, fett, bobafett

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Military meteorology is meteorology applied to military purposes, by armed forces or other agencies. It is one of the most common fields of employment for meteorologists. World War II brought great advances in meteorology as large-scale military land, sea, and air campaigns were highly dependent on weather, particularly forecasts provided by the Royal Navy, Met Office and USAAF for the Normandy landing and strategic bombing. University meteorology departments grew rapidly as the military services sent cadets to be trained as weather officers. Wartime technological developments such as radar also proved to be valuable meteorological observing systems. More recently, the use of satellites in space has contributed extensively to military meteorology. Military meteorologists currently operate with a wide variety of military units, from aircraft carriers to special forces.

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Military meteorology is meteorology applied to military purposes, by armed forces or other agencies. It is one of the most common fields of employment for meteorologists. World War II brought great advances in meteorology as large-scale military land, sea, and air campaigns were highly dependent on weather, particularly forecasts provided by the Royal Navy, Met Office and USAAF for the Normandy landing and strategic bombing. University meteorology departments grew rapidly as the military services sent cadets to be trained as weather officers. Wartime technological developments such as radar also proved to be valuable meteorological observing systems. More recently, the use of satellites in space has contributed extensively to military meteorology. Military meteorologists currently operate with a wide variety of military units, from aircraft carriers to special forces.

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Military meteorology is meteorology applied to military purposes, by armed forces or other agencies. It is one of the most common fields of employment for meteorologists. World War II brought great advances in meteorology as large-scale military land, sea, and air campaigns were highly dependent on weather, particularly forecasts provided by the Royal Navy, Met Office and USAAF for the Normandy landing and strategic bombing. University meteorology departments grew rapidly as the military services sent cadets to be trained as weather officers. Wartime technological developments such as radar also proved to be valuable meteorological observing systems. More recently, the use of satellites in space has contributed extensively to military meteorology. Military meteorologists currently operate with a wide variety of military units, from aircraft carriers to special forces.

Tags: space, battalion, technician, missile, bomber

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