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    • SOF Week 2024

      U.S. Special Operations Command and the Global SOF Foundation will co-host Special Operations Forces Week, themed “The International SOF Team: The Unmatched Advantage for the World’s Wicked Problems - Hard Missions in Hard Places,” May 6-10. SOF Week is the expansion and rebranding of the annual U.S. SOCOM industry conference. The expansion reflects U.S. SOCOM’s interest in bringing...

    • Soldiers Journal

      Soldiers Journal is a monthly television news magazine that covers accurate and timely information about Soldier missions, training, operations and achievements of today's Army.

    • Souda Bay Flying Training Deployment

      The 52nd Fighter Wing's 480th Fighter Squadron will conduct a flying training deployment with the Hellenic air force in Souda Bay, Greece, Jan. 22 to Feb. 15, 2016. The objectives for this bilateral training exercise are to develop
      realistic scenarios to prepare aircrews for combat operations and further
      partnerships with the host nation.

    • South Burleigh Wildfire Response

      The North Dakota Army National Guard launched two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters in support of a request by emergency responders battling a wild fire south of Bismarck.

    • SOUTHCOM Change of Command Ceremony

      U.S. Southern Command is one of the nation's six geographically-focused unified commands with responsibility for U.S. military operations in the Caribbean, Central America and South America. SOUTHCOM headquarters is located at 9301 NW 33rd St., Doral, Fla. 33172. For more information about U.S. Southern Command visit


      U.S. Southern Command works with allies and partners across Central and South America to enhance peace, promote human rights, deter illegal activities and conduct multinational military exercises.

    • SOUTHCOM Grenada 30

      Leaders, veterans, families to observe 30th anniversary of intervention operations in Grenada

      U.S. military and civilian leaders, Grenadian senior officials, community representatives, U.S. military veterans, and the families of U.S. service members killed during military operations in Grenada will commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the U.S.-Caribbean intervention that began Oct. 25, 1983...


      MEDRETEs support humanitarian and civic assistance operations to enhance U.S. and Central American relations and support medical training with host nation military forces, as well as government and civilian organizations.