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Unified Command Plan
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Background Overview Special Operations are military operations requiring unique modes of employment, tactical techniques, equipment, and training. Special Operations Forces SOF are those active and reserve component forces of the services designated by the Secretary of Defense and specifically organized, trained, and equipped to conduct and support special operations. The U. SOF units.
Army General Raymond A. Owen West. As of February 15, , USSOCOM consisted of 57, active duty, 7, reserve and National Guard, and 6, civilian personnel assigned to its headquarters, its four components, and sub-unified commands. TSOCs are special operational headquarters elements designed to support a GCC's special operations logistics, planning, and operational command and control requirements, and are normally commanded by a general officer.
Code, Title 10, Section Each TSOC is capable of forming the core of a joint task force headquarters for short-term operations, and can provide command and control for all SOF in theater on a continuous basis. Army Special Operations Command U. Special Forces soldiers—also known as the Green Berets—are trained in various skills, including foreign languages, that allow teams to operate independently throughout the world. In addition, an elite airborne light infantry unit specializing in direct action operations, 10 the 75th Ranger Regiment, is headquartered at Fort Benning, GA, and consists of three battalions of about soldiers each and a regimental special troops battalion providing support to the three Ranger battalions.
Some of the most frequently deployed SOF assets are Civil Affairs CA units, which provide experts in every area of civil government to help administer civilian affairs in operational theaters. Military Information Support Operations formerly known as psychological operations units disseminate information to large foreign audiences through mass media. The 6th SOS's mission is to assess, train, and advise partner nation aviation units with the intent to raise their capability and capacity to interdict threats to their nation. The 6th SOS provides aviation expertise to U.
The 24 SOW is U. Special Operation Command's tactical air and ground integration force, and the Air Force's special operations ground force to enable global access, precision strike, and personnel recovery operations.
Core capabilities encompass: airfield reconnaissance, assessment, and control; personnel recovery; joint terminal attack control and environmental reconnaissance. These unique skills provide a full-spectrum, air-focused special operations capability to the combatant commander in order to ensure airpower success.
With their unique skill sets, Special Tactics operators are often the first special operations elements deployed into crisis situations. As a collective group, they are known as Special Tactics and have also been referred to as "Battlefield Airmen. The Unified Command Plan addresses the combatant commands' areas of responsibility and missions and provides other guidance. Setting and supporting the theater. A case for a cyberspace combatant command: blending service and combatant command responsibilities and authorities. Operational-level analysis: DoD's strategic mobility and logistics support to the homeland security architecture.
We have fashioned a new Unified Command Plan , and taken critical steps to attract and retain talent in our armed forces--including targeted pay raises and quality of life improvements for the troops and for their families. Air force transformation--phase II.