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  • ...e of hostages in Iran; probably assigns a [[battalion]] to [[Joint Special Operations Command]]
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  • U.S. [[Army Special Operations Command]] troop-carrying helicopter for covert infiltration and exfiltration
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  • ...Aviation Regiment]], the "Night Stalkers". They may carry non-Army special operators, such as [[United States Navy SEAL]]s. *H-6 series ultralight transport helicopters and gunships
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  • ...M]] redesigned and rebuilt (or new-built) improved light utility transport helicopter; may have a [[stealth]] variant
    217 B (29 words) - 21:41, 9 May 2011
  • {{r|United States Special Operations Command}} {{r|160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment||**}}
    603 B (84 words) - 09:21, 10 May 2011
  • ...[[air refueling]] probes, [[forward-looking infrared]] (FLIR) and two Miniguns on pintle mounts in side windows.
    280 B (34 words) - 14:21, 9 May 2011
  • ...Air Force ones being special operations but the Navy versions fill general helicopter roles
    186 B (27 words) - 13:25, 9 May 2011
  • ...require the operation be [[clandestine operation|clandestine]] or [[covert operation|covert]]. ...ernment or [[insurgency|insurgent]] forces. When they support conventional operations with such tasks as reconnaissance deep in enemy territory, or with ra
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  • ...[[Operational Preparation of the Battlespace]], including [[Advanced Force Operations]].<ref name=Repass-AFO>{{citation | publisher = [[U.S. Army War College]]
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Combat search and rescue]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Air Force Special Operations Command}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/United States Special Operations Command]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Advanced Force Operations}}
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  • ...war, the [[United States Army]] wanted to move to the next generation, requesting proposals, in 1972, for the Huey's successor, termed the Utility Tactic ...t and special missions, such as Customs Service and VIP transport, are discussed here, just H-60A derivatives with a clear military mission. These were a
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  • {{r|Army Cooperation Aviation}} {{r|Armed helicopter}}
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  • ...nts, were taken away. This article deals with the operational aspects and U.S. command authorization of the mission; the legality of the [[killing of Osa ...om the [[Joint Special Operations Command]] of the [[United States Special Operations Command]]. The assaulters were [[United States Navy SEAL]]s.
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  • {{main|helicopter}} ...pters, it is capable of [[vertical takeoff and landing]] (VTOL), so it can operate from any flat open area near ground troops.
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  • ...the land forces component of [[United States Special Operations Command]] (USSOC); it is commanded by a [[lieutenant general]], currently [[John Mulhollan ==U.S. Army Special Forces Command==
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  • ...d, suffered from interservice politics, and was conducted under such tight operational security that the security kept personnel from receiving information ...cial Operations Command]], and, within USSOC, the standing [[160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment]] (SOAR).
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  • [[Image:CH-47.JPG|thumb|350px|right|CH-47 helicopters in Hurricane Rita relief]] ...iguration, is operated by 16 nations. The '''MH-47 Chinook''' is a special operations variant.
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  • ...are not injured: it is much harder to get even a cooperative person into a helicopter's rescue basket if strong winds and waves interfere. ...members and deployed technical representatives. As always in multinational operations, JFCs must consider the policies, laws, and capabilities of a friendl
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  • ...second role is purely as an armed helicopter to provide support to combat operations on the ground. It contrasts with an [[attack helicopter]], which is not designed to carry any troops.
    14 KB (2,087 words) - 06:41, 1 November 2013