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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

U.S. Is Reducing Presence of Special-Operations Forces on Africa’s Front Lines | The Wall Street Journal

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The U.S. is reducing the presence of American commandos on Africa’s front lines, a move U.S. officers believe will make troops less vulnerable to the type of militant attack that left four U.S. soldiers dead in this West African country last fall.

American Green Berets, Navy SEALs and Marine special operators serving as advisers to African forces will largely stay closer to the rear, working from command centers and battalion headquarters, rather than accompanying African troops on hazardous operations.

Source: U.S. Is Reducing Presence of Special-Operations Forces on Africa’s Front Lines | The Wall Street Journal

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