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  • ...my Special Forces]], the '''5th Special Forces Group''' are geographically specialized for operations in the Middle East, Central Asia, and Horn of Africa. Th ...ng Dac Biet]] (LLDB) operating the [[Civilian Irregular Defense Group]]s. Especially after the LLDB was reduced, some personnel transferred to the unacknowled
    2 KB (293 words) - 20:18, 9 August 2010
  • One of the older [[United States Army Special Forces]] groups first serving in Vietnam, the unit now supports [[United States Central Co
    243 B (35 words) - 19:57, 6 July 2009
  • {{r|United States Army Special Forces}}
    446 B (67 words) - 01:13, 12 September 2009

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  • ...anding [[U.S. Army Special Forces]]; he commanded the [[5th Special Forces Group]] in combat in the [[Afghanistan War (2001-)]] and [[Iraq War]]
    221 B (30 words) - 20:03, 6 July 2009
  • {{r|Special operations}} {{r|United States Special Operations Command}}
    462 B (60 words) - 17:27, 19 August 2009
  • ...my Special Forces]], the '''5th Special Forces Group''' are geographically specialized for operations in the Middle East, Central Asia, and Horn of Africa. Th ...ng Dac Biet]] (LLDB) operating the [[Civilian Irregular Defense Group]]s. Especially after the LLDB was reduced, some personnel transferred to the unacknowled
    2 KB (293 words) - 20:18, 9 August 2010
  • ...Tuesday, June 17, 2008. His previous assignment was as deputy commander of Special Operations Command Europe (Airborne).<ref>{{citation | publisher = [[Army Special Operations Command]] news service
    3 KB (468 words) - 02:32, 3 February 2011
  • ...ed States Central Command]], and directly commanded the 5th Special Forces Group in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq.<ref name=Bio>{{citation | publisher = U.S. Army Special Operations Command
    4 KB (551 words) - 03:00, 11 August 2010
  • {{r|Army Special Operations Command}} {{r|5th Special Forces Group}}
    272 B (36 words) - 20:08, 6 July 2009
  • {{r|Special operations}} {{r|United States Special Operations Command}}
    3 KB (411 words) - 02:22, 12 January 2010
  • ...ce Vietnam]]. [[United States Army Special Forces|U.S. 5th Special Forces Group]], and its counterpart, the [[Lac Luong Dac Biet]] (LLDB) were also based i
    1 KB (205 words) - 03:22, 7 July 2010
  • {{r|United States Special Operations Command}} {{r|Joint Special Operations Command||**}}
    913 B (118 words) - 22:17, 7 July 2009
  • ...es in [[Operational Preparation of the Battlespace]], including [[Advanced Force Operations]].<ref name=Repass-AFO>{{citation ...ths, but the operation failed. JSOC was the response to having a permanent force for such missions.
    6 KB (913 words) - 09:26, 21 February 2010
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Civilian Irregular Defense Group]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|5th Special Forces Group}}
    783 B (111 words) - 16:53, 11 January 2010
  • ...specially [[Air Force Special Operations Command#Special Tactics|Air Force Special Tactics]] and [[Navy SEAL]]s. ...ngers are direct action specialists, but usually operate in uniform. Delta Force is more apt to conduct its missions covertly.
    4 KB (624 words) - 00:59, 8 August 2010
  • ...and C Company, [[United States Army Special Forces|U.S. 5th Special Forces Group]] defending it for four days.
    2 KB (280 words) - 11:33, 31 May 2009
  • {{r|Special reconnaissance}} {{r|Special Air Service}}
    3 KB (368 words) - 02:22, 22 February 2010
  • ...r became involved in the Vietnamese counterpart to the [[MACV-SOG]] U.S. [[special reconnaissance]] and [[covert action]] organization, the ''[[Nha Ky Thuat]] ...n Group was formed, trained by [[United States Army Special Forces]] for [[special reconnaissance]] and [[unconventional warfare]]. While it was under the off
    10 KB (1,558 words) - 02:58, 10 February 2010
  • ...has operational control, but Special Forces (and other special operations forces) are usually attached to geographically [[Unified Combatant Command]]s. Special Forces have a core set of seven missions, and may carry out other related duties
    13 KB (1,760 words) - 13:57, 13 May 2011
  • {{r|Joint Special Operations Command}} {{r|Advanced Force Operations||**}}
    617 B (81 words) - 23:21, 14 August 2009
  • ...the terms of the ultimatum, overt air attacks started on October 7. Covert forces began the [[Operational Preparation of the Battlespace]] on September 19; | url = http://www.npr.org/news/specials/response/investigation/011213.binladen.tape.html
    20 KB (3,059 words) - 11:50, 18 October 2013
  • ...theater-level concept was ready, Franks tasked his subordinate land, air, special operations and naval commanders to go to the next level. ...ch went to Rumsfeld, which went against the conventional wisdom that large forces would be needed to defeat Saddam. <ref name=COBRA>{{citation
    20 KB (3,013 words) - 14:39, 28 September 2013
  • ...ces took a minimal role in this phase, although air and special operations forces were extremely active. There was not a unified Afghan resistance command. The largest single group was the [[Northern Alliance]], although an ''ad hoc'' Eastern Alliance form
    22 KB (3,456 words) - 00:30, 22 February 2010

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