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How the US Periodically Reveals the Locations of Special Operations Missions | VICE News

How the US Periodically Reveals the Locations of Special Operations Missions | VICE News

Some very classified, top-secret special forces activity went down in Tunisia last week.

At 1:24pm local time on August 25, a US special operations tactical transport aircraft departed from Tunis and headed southwest toward Tunisia’s border with Algeria. The flight, using radio call sign Magma 30, was a C-146A Wolfhound belonging to the 524th Special Operations Squadron of the Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC), based out of Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico. The primary mission of the Wolfhound is infiltration and exfiltration of Special Forces and other top-secret operators from prepared and semi-prepared airfields around the world. So it’s relatively safe to assume that they were either picking up or dropping of some special forces operators.

Source: How the US Periodically Reveals the Locations of Special Operations Missions | VICE News