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U.S. Army Special Operation Command
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Pays Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Branche United States Army
Fait partie de United States Special Operations Command
Surnom USASOC
Commandant John F. Mulholland Jr (depuis le 7 novembre 2007)[1]

L'United States Army Special Operation Command (USASOC) est l'un des commandements de l'USSOCOM. C'est la branche terrestre du commandement des opérations spéciales. Le chef de ce commandement est un Major General (Général de division).

Unités[modifier | modifier le code]

  • US Army Special Forces Command (USASFC)
    • Special Forces dits « bérets verts » (« green berets »)
    • Les Special Operations Reconnaissance Detachments (CRD)[2]
      • 14th Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 3rd SFG
      • 26th Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 7th SFG
      • 56th Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 5th SFG
      • 82nd Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 10th SFG
      • 112th Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 1st SFG
      • 190th Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 19th SFG (garde nationale)
      • 200th Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment, attaché au 20th SFG (garde nationale)
  • 75th Ranger Regiment
    • Regimental Headquarters, Fort Benning, Géorgie
    • 1st Ranger Battalion, Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, Géorgie
    • 2nd Ranger Battalion, Fort Lewis, État de Washington
    • 3rd Ranger Battalion, Fort Benning
    • Regimental Special Troops Battalion, Fort Benning
  • US Army Special Operations Aviation Command (ARSOAC)
    • 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) "Night Stalkers"
      • 1st Battalion, Fort Campbell, Kentucky
      • 2nd Battalion, Fort Campbell, Kentucky
      • 3rd Battalion, Hunter Army Airfield, Géorgie
      • 4th Battalion, Fort Lewis, État de Washington
    • US Army Special Operations Command Flight Detachment
    • Systems Integration Management Office
    • Special Operations Aviation Training Battalion
  • US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School (USAJFKSWCS) et ses écoles (Military Free Fall School, etc.)
    • 1st Special Warfare Training Group (SWTG)
      • Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, Exploitation Techniques Course (SFARTAETC) Committee
      • Special Forces Sniper Course (SFSC) Committee
      • Antiterrorism Training Detachment (ATD)
  • 95th Civil Affairs Brigade
  • 528th Sustainment Brigade, Special Operations (Airborne)
    • 112th Special Operations Signal Battalion (Airborne)
  • 4th Military Information Support Group (Airborne) (4th MISG)
  • 8th Military Information Support Group (Airborne)
  • le Special Operations Recruting Battalion (SORB)
  • Parachute Demonstration Team « The Black Daggers »[3]

Les unités Civil Affairs et Psychological Operations de réserve ne dépendent plus de l'USSOCOM.

Ordre de bataille du Army Special Operations Command.

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. [PDF](en) Lt. Gen. John F. Mulholland Jr. Commanding General Assumed command on November 7, 2008
  2. U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Special Operations Forces (SOF) Army Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Codes, http://asafm.army.mil/Documents/OfficeDocuments/Budget/Guidances/dfas/709701/fy2010/docs//3-ARMY-0100.doc pages 66-67, 73-75
  3. The Black Daggers Home Page