US Army Special Operations Forces

US Army Special Operations Command SSI.svg US Army Special Operations Command (Airborne):

Name Headquarters Structure and purpose
Us-special forces.svg Special Forces (Green Berets) Fort Bragg, North Carolina Seven groups capable of unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, special reconnaissance, direct action, and counter-terrorism.
Swcs crest.png John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, North Carolina Entry-level and advanced selection, education and training for Special Forces, Civil Affairs and Military Information Support Operations Soldiers. Advanced skills include regional and language education, and sniper, combat diving and high-altitude, low-opening training. Home of the Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center, Special Forces Warrant Officer Institute and David K. Thuma Noncommissioned Officer Academy.
75 Ranger Regiment Shoulder Sleeve Insignia.svg 75th Ranger Regiment (Rangers) Fort Benning, Georgia Three battalions of elite airborne infantry.
160th SOAR Distinctive Unit Insignia.png 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Night Stalkers) Fort Campbell, Kentucky Four battalions, providing helicopter aviation support for general purpose forces and Special Operations Forces.
4psyopgp.gif 4th Psychological Operations Group Fort Bragg, North Carolina Psychological operations unit, six battalions.
95CivilAffairsBdeSSI.jpg 95th Civil Affairs Brigade Fort Bragg, North Carolina four battalions.
Soscom crest.gif 528th Sustainment Brigade (Special Operations) (Airborne) Fort Bragg, North Carolina
US Army Special Operations Command SSI.svg 1st SFOD-D (Delta Force) Fort Bragg, North Carolina Elite special operations and counter-terrorism unit. Its operators are chosen primarily from the Special Forces Groups and the Ranger Regiment.

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