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 How many people in special forces?

Answer Lt. Gen William B. Caldwell IV is currently the commanding general of U. S. Army North at Fort Sam Houston near San Antonio Texas.
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Active duty applied for Special Forces had jaw broken last night will have to have surgerywill I still be able to join Special Forces with a metal plate?

if you do not have any dependents you will have to live on base in the dormitories for an specific amount of time (each base may be different). If you remain single, you will eventually be told tha... Read More »
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Why aren't the marines force recon in special operations command like SEALs and Special Forces?

Recon Marines are JTF (Joint Task Force) with SOCOM though they report directly to MARSOC (Marine Special Operations Command). Because of all of the Intel flowing in to these organizations, they mu... Read More »
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Which method is the one through which united states special operations command presents all theater special operations forces under one special operations commander?

US - Army Rangers, Army Special Forces, Delta/ACE, Navy SEALs, Navy SWCC, MARSOC, Air Force Special Tactics -Pararescue, Combat Controllers UK - SAS, SBS Germany - KSK Canada - JTF-2, Special Op... Read More »
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How are Special Operations Forces normally presented to a Joint Forces Commander to conduct operations?

Withou a doubt, the Russian Spetsnaz, US Navy seals, Green Berets, TF-144, Germany, the Polish GROM, British SAS and the Canadian JTF-2 (Joint Task Force 2). The Canadian Special ops have only lost... Read More »
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