Maj. Gen. Marcus Evans

SOF General Takes Command of 25th ID

August 25, 2023 Guest 0

By Alvin Conley. SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – The 25th Infantry Division and U.S. Army Hawaii hosted a Division Change of Command Ceremony Aug. 25, 2023, at the installation’s historic Weyand Field. The ceremony was held to honor U.S. Army Maj. […]

28th EOD Company

Airborne EOD Company Supports Rangers and Special Forces

December 13, 2022 DVIDS 0

By Walter Ham. Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians from the U.S. Army’s only EOD company solely designed to support Army Ranger and Special Forces missions marked the 11th anniversary of the company’s Airborne status with a record-breaking EOD parachute jump. […]

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USAJFKSWCS Has New Website

October 14, 2022 SOF News 0

SWCS has a new website and it is chock full of some great information about training for Special Forces, Civil Affairs, and Psychological Operations. The U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS) or SWCS for short […]

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Golden Knights and its “Green Platoon”

February 18, 2022 DVIDS 0

By Twana Atkinson. As the Army continues to reinforce their vision for 2028 to fill the force; the U.S. Army Parachute Team is also making ambitious efforts to maintain their formations as one of three Department of Defense sanctioned demonstration […]

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SOF CA Soldiers Learn about Lithuanian Culture

May 26, 2021 SOF News 0

Story by Staff Sgt. Joseph Truckley, 95th CA Brigade. Civil Affairs Soldiers with the 92nd Civil Affairs Battalion, Special Operations, Airborne, conducted a cultural immersion exercise in Chicago, Ill. May 17-23. The 92nd Civil Affairs Battalion is regionally aligned with […]

USAR Soldiers Attend ADAPT

Civil Affairs, ADAPT, and “Soft Power”

February 17, 2021 SOF News 0

By Lisa Litchfield, USACAPOC, Feb 11, 2021. Maybe this has happened to you. You’ve been friendly with the local farmer near your basecamp, exchanging waves and occasional greetings, when suddenly one morning, without warning, he is unexplainably hostile and his […]

404th Civil Affairs Battalion

404th CA Bn (USAR) Maintains Airborne Skills

August 20, 2020 SOF News 0

By Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Williams. JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST, N.J. – Clip, clip, snap … an Army Reserve paratrooper breathes heavily through his facemask while donning the harness of an MC-6 parachute. As the paratrooper adjusts his parachute, noises could […]

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Developing Army SOF Leadership Attributes is Your Responsibility

August 12, 2020 SOF News 0

By SFC David Hargett (US Army) and MAJ Eliann Carr (US Army). Traditional Army Special Operations Forces academia requires rote memorization of the eight SOF leadership attributes: integrity, courage, perseverance, personal responsibility, professionalism, adaptability, team player, and capability. Standard SOF […]

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Video – Advanced ARSOF Training at FBNC

July 24, 2020 John Friberg 0

Have you ever wondered how Army special operations forces personnel become so highly capable in the many and varied missions they conduct around the world? An informative and interesting video provides an explanation of the advanced training ARSOF soldiers receive. […]

Army Special Operations Forces Museum

January 25, 2020 John Friberg 0

Old time Special Forces Soldiers may be forgiven if they feel a little bit of history is slipping away. The John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Museum located on Ardennes Street on Fort Bragg, North Carolina is no more. It has […]