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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Belgium and The Netherlands to propose a Composite Special Operations Maritime Task Group by 2026 | Army Recognition

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Last year, NATO Special Operations Command (C-SOCC), together with Belgium, The Netherlands, and Denmark was declared fully operational. This year, Belgium and the Netherlands will propose a Composite Special Operations Maritime Task Group by 2026. The Composite Special Operations Component Command has six working groups, distributed between the land domain (SOLTG), the maritime domain (SOMTG), and the special air group (SOATG).

Source: https://www.armyrecognition.com/defense_news_march_2021_global_security_army_industry/belgium_and_the_netherlands_to_propose_a_composite_special_operations_maritime_task_group_by_2026.html

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