USSOC

AcronymDefinition
USSOCUnited States Special Operations Command (US DoD)
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This eventually led to the creation of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOC).
Mendel recommends that liaison representatives from private, interagency, and nongovernmental organizations work with his idea of a "joint engagement command (JEC) reporting directly to the national command authorities or serving as a subunified command of USSOC." Organized functionally, his JEC would have reserves playing a major role, supplying engineering, medical, civil affairs, security police, security assistance, and logistics components in addition to special operations personnel that include psychological operations and intelligence units.
(74.) US Special Operations Command, Special Operations Forces Vsion 2020 (Washington, D.C.: USSOC, 1996), 22.