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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

AFSOC targets all domain ops in new strategy document | Breaking Defense

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The Air Force Special Operations Command is looking to better incorporate space, cyber, and information operations, detailed in a newly released strategy document. Lt. Gen. Jim Slife mentioned how while these efforts could create some turbulence in the beginning, the long-term goals are worth it. Joint All Domain Command and Control, an effort to link all shoots to one domain, also plays a large role in these endeavors. “AFSOC will expand our expertise in domain integration to meet emerging requirements by developing organic cyber delivery, growing our investment in information operations, and strengthening our operational integration with space assets,” commented Slife.

Source: https://breakingdefense.com/2020/03/afsoc-targets-all-domain-ops-in-new-strategy-document/

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