SOCEUR

AcronymDefinition
SOCEURSpecial Operations Command, Europe
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McNaught assisted with the SOCEUR engagement with the Russian military in the first joint exercise of the two in the United States and developed an education program designed for Special Operations Forces assigned to country teams that provided operational and tactical scenarios to chiefs of mission and country team members.
MAJ S'Chevalier's past assignments include the brigade S6for l73d Airborne Brigade Combat Team, SOCEUR Signal Detachment commander, ll2th Signal Battalion and Charlie Company 82nd Signal Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division.
Also pictured, CAPT Brian Sheppard, Africa Command; CAPT Ted Digges, EUCOM; and CAPT Rusty Hathcock, SOCEUR.
Air Forces Europe (USAFE), and Special Operations Command Europe (SOCEUR).
USSOCOM's European Command (SOCEUR) reportedly stated his command
Air Forces in Europe (USAFE), Special Operations Command Europe (SOCEUR), Third Corps Support Command (COSCOM), and staff converged on Sigonella to address logistics issues throughout the EUCOM area of operations (AOR), especially Eastern Europe and significant portions of Africa.
Located at Patch Barracks, Stuttgart, Germany, SOCEUR provides flexibility throughout a full range of military operations including combat, special operations, humanitarian assistance, noncombatant evacuations and joint-combined military operations.
"SOCEUR Chief Pegged: Air Force Two-Star to Head Up New NATO