Latest "us special operations command" stories
Gen. Richard Clarke echoed the sentiments of other military leaders, saying it’s clear that the Taliban has not upheld its commitment to reduce violence in Afghanistan.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press
The relationship between USSOCOM and the services has never been better, closer or more mutually beneficial than it is today, says the author of this commentary.
By John F. Mulholland
The use of US special operation forces in great power competition: Imposing costs on adversarial gray zone operations
America's adversaries have found ways to indirectly compete against the U.S. in the gray zone, says the author of this commentary.
By Kaley Scholl
To have strong civilian oversight of special operations forces, Congress should establish a Department of Special Operations in Washington and appoint a secretary of special operations, says the author of this commentary.
By David Maxwell