Frederick Kroesen/Related Articles
Frederick Kroesen: General, U.S. Army, retired, formerly commanded United States Army Forces Command and United States Army Europe; adviser, Center for Security Policy, Center for Military Readiness
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- United States Army : Branch of the United States Armed Forces with the principal responsibility of conducting large-scale ground combat
- Forces Command : United States Army headquarters, at Fort McPherson, Georgia, for Active Component and Reserve forces in the continental United States, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, commanded by GEN Charles Campbell and performs training readiness oversight of all National Guard (United States) formations; after mobilization, takes command and control of Army National Guard (United States) and U.S. Army Reserve units preparing for deployment to the Unified Combatant Commands (UCC); when a unit is not assigned to a UCC, it reports to this organizations or one of its subcommands; subordinate to United States Joint Forces Command
- Center for Security Policy : An American conservative research and policy advisory group, founded by Frank Gaffney, Jr., focused on the preservation of all aspects of American national power
- Center for Military Readiness : An interest group and think tank specializing in military personnel issues.
- Delta Force : A generally covert U.S. Army unit in Joint Special Operations Command, specializing in hostage rescue and combat search and rescue, direct action, special reconnaissance, and counterterrorism.