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posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 08:53 PM
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en.wikipedia.org...

...USSOCOM/JSOC cannot conduct covert action operations, as the CIA is the only organization that has the authority to conduct these actions.[8] However, USSOCOM has an excellent relationship with the CIA's elite Special Activities Division and the two forces often operate together with exceptional results.[9][10] The CIA's Special Activities Division's Special Operations Group exclusively selects their recruits to become Paramilitary Operations Officers from the ranks of USSOCOM and primarily JSOC tier one units...

Lt. Marky, here.
Serious. If this stuff haps, I'll be on duty.

Anyone, caught within my eye scope. Ya's already said fur. DEAD ZONE!




posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 08:55 PM
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So, you seriously believe what's written about JSOC in Wikipedia?

Hmmmmm......that's interesting.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:24 PM
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I would hate to create some denial program, but CIA branch operatives has used Army, and I would assume Navy personnel for decades to effect some rather peculiar solutions to some sticky problems.

Most recently that is the most painfully obvious, the Taliban government in Afghanistan was taken down by the Northern Alliance, enabled by fewer than 200-300 SF personnel, Company branch operatives, and AF TACP personnel, directing heavy and accurate air strikes.

The only reason this was acknowledged was because they took down an entire government, and no Army units were in Afghanistan.

If someone told me we had a few hundred personnel on the ground in Iran, it somehow wouldn't surprise me.

(And it certainly wouldn't surprise me if the Israeli's were there as well.)

I can't count the number of times we were told, "we aren't here." And the guys in clean military uniforms? They certainly weren't regular Army.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:45 PM
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Originally posted by dooper
I would hate to create some denial program, but CIA branch operatives has used Army, and I would assume Navy personnel for decades to effect some rather peculiar solutions to some sticky problems.

Most recently that is the most painfully obvious, the Taliban government in Afghanistan was taken down by the Northern Alliance, enabled by fewer than 200-300 SF personnel, Company branch operatives, and AF TACP personnel, directing heavy and accurate air strikes.

The only reason this was acknowledged was because they took down an entire government, and no Army units were in Afghanistan.

If someone told me we had a few hundred personnel on the ground in Iran, it somehow wouldn't surprise me.

(And it certainly wouldn't surprise me if the Israeli's were there as well.)

I can't count the number of times we were told, "we aren't here." And the guys in clean military uniforms? They certainly weren't regular Army.


The hit on Bagdhad. I remember it in the news. "Special Forces have acquired the southern sector of Bagdad. Numerous Casualties..."

Soldiers. Approximate casualties, including civilian around 2000.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:47 PM
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I was curious, as you hear so much about militree thangs. What an opinion might be on this Division.

They're practice is just so unusual.



posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 09:57 PM
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Sorry, I read it three times. I didn't undertand the comment nor the question. Probably tired.

Can you re-ask or rephrase the question?




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