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The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and is charged to study special operations requirements and techniques to ensure interagency operability and equipment standardization, plans and conducts special operations exercises, and training; and develops Joint Special Operations Tactics. It was established on December 15, 1980, in the aftermath of the failure of Operation Eagle Claw, the unsuccessful attempt to rescue the 53 hostages from the American embassy in Tehran, Iran. It is located at Pope Air Force Base and Fort Bragg in North Carolina, USA.
The Joint Special Operation Command is believed to be the USSOCOM part carrying out counter-terrorism and military covert operations. It is said to directly command some special operations forces called Special Mission Units. These allegedly include :
- Delta Force, which is administratively under U.S Army command;
- United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group, which is administratively under U.S Navy command;
- 24th Special Tactics Squadron
- 75th Ranger Regiment
- A field intelligence unit previously known as the Intelligence Support Activity, which eventually used codenames including CENTRA SPIKE, TORN VICTOR and GRAY FOX.
- Joint Aviation Unit, sometimes believed to be the former SEASPRAY unit
- Technical Intelligence Unit, said to be linked with the Special Reconnaissance Capabilities (SRC) program
- Signals Intelligence Branch
For special operations, these units may receive support from other Special Operations Forces, such as 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), and the AFSOC’s Special Operations Squadrons.
The JSOC frequently create specialized “Task Forces” for his missions, bringing together Special Mission Units operators, other Special Operations Forces operators (mostly those listed above), and in some cases (such as many of the “numerical” Task Forces operating in Afghanistan and Iraq), CIA operatives and/or foreign special forces such as British Special Air Service and other United Kingdom Special Forces and Polish GROM. Such Task Forces operate under command of the JSOC.