Key psyops units may get squeezed by a Pentagon effort to trim special-operations forces.
IW proponents are wrestling with how to bring their domain into a new era—and to convince others it’s still needed.
Investigators suspect a “potential materiel failure” may have caused the Nov. 29 mishap off Japan.
Flights are part of U.S. ‘advice and assistance’ in the effort, spokesman says.
“It doesn’t pass the smell test,” said one Senate staffer.
The “very small percentage” of respondents who espoused such views included officers and senior enlisted leaders.
The success of information ops is “the most important lesson learned from Ukraine right now.”
Lawmakers and Army officials have discussed cuts through decade’s end, including to Green Berets, psyops, and enablers.
Defense One Radio, Ep. 125: The Army’s recruiting crisis; the science of special forces; and NATO’s Mircea Geoană
Can the Army pull itself out of a two-year recruiting slump? And what sort of gear is drawing the attention of America's special operators?
The Pentagon's McNamara-era philosophy is woefully insufficient to a world that changes daily. U.S. Special Operations Command is working to craft a better one.
To the commander of U.S. SOCOM, what matters most is whether we solve the problem our nation needs solved.
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But first, SOCOM must reverse a trend of “falling behind, not just linearly but exponentially” to Chinese and Russian tech.
A recent exercise was Army SOCOM’s first to explicitly name China as the adversary.
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