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train Free Syrian Army special operations forces that could secure chemical or biological weapons and implement international humanitarian law in dealing with Assad's forces.
On the 17 September 1986 under the 1[st] Special Operations Command with the unique mission of providing communication support to Army Special Operations Forces.
Since 2003, MC4 has fielded 35,000 systems to combat support hospitals and deployable medical assets with the Army, Air Force, Navy and Army Special Operations Forces in 14 countries.
All Roads Lead to Baghdad: Army Special Operations Forces in Iraq by Charles H.
All roads lead to Baghdad; Army Special Operations Forces in Iraq.
Ensuring that deploying Army special operations forces met deployment timelines.
The teams ensured that deploying Army Special Operations Forces met deployment timelines, prepared timely and accurate movement data, and properly used transportation assets.
The Defense Department is looking at expanding the use of Desert Hawk by placing unmanned air vehicles and their operators with Army Special Operations forces.