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United States Army Special Operations Command

Not to be confused with United States Special Operations Command or United States Army Special Forces Command.

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United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne)

Distinctive unit insignia (DUI) of U.S. Army Special Operations Command Headquarters[1]

Founded
December 1, 1989; 27 years ago (1989-12-01)[2]

Country
 United States of America

Branch
 United States Army

Type
Special warfare operations

Role
Organize, train, educate, man, equip, fund, administer, mobilize, deploy and sustain U.S. Army special operations forces to successfully conduct worldwide special warfare operations.

Size

33,805 personnel authorized:[3]

32,552 military personnel
1,253 civilian personnel

Part of
U.S. Special Operations Command

Headquarters
Fort Bragg, North Carolina, U.S.

Motto(s)
“Sine Pari” (Without Equal)

Engagements

Invasion of Panama
Persian Gulf War
Unified Task Force
Operation Gothic Serpent

Battle of Mogadishu

Operation Uphold Democracy
War in Afghanistan
Iraq War

Website
Official Website

Commanders

Current
commander
LTG Kenneth E. Tovo[2]

Insignia

Combat service identification badge

Unit beret flash

Former DUI (1990-2011)

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.

Contents

1 Subordinate units

1.1 U.S. Army 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) (Provisional)

1.1.1 4th and 8th Military Information Support Groups (Airborne)
1.1.2 95th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne)
1.1.3 528th Sustainment Brigade (Airborne)

1.2 U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command
1.3 75th Ranger Regiment
1.4 U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School

2 List of commanders
3 References
4 External links

Subordinate units[edit]
U.S. Army 1st Special Forces Command (Airborne) (Provisional)[
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