WASHINGTON — The military’s elite Special Operations Command has removed itself from a controversial plan that would have given it the authority to carry out secret counterterrorism missions around the world.
After four years of misgivings, a decision was reached within the military that the command would use its broader mandate too aggressively, by carrying out operations that had not been reviewed or approved by the regional commanders. For more details on this, click here and return back to comment.
WASHINGTON — The military’s elite Special Operations Command has removed itself from a controversial…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 21, 2008