SOCOM HQ - Preservation of the Force and Family
About the Command
About the Commmand
Senior Enlisted Leader's Biography
House Armed Services Committee
Senate Armed Services Committee
Title 10 Authorities
Strength and Conditioning
Social & Family
Social & Family Overview
Spiritual Domain (Main)
Frequently Asked Questions
The Psychological Performance Program (PPP) is improving the cognitive and behavioral performance of the force. Important aspects of this include helping service members cope with stress and improving the resiliency of SOF and their families.
The human brain has a hardwired tendency, called “negativity bias,” which causes it to prioritize, seek out, and lock on to negative information in the world like a heat-seeking missile.
Sleep loss and performance.aspx
Without sufficient sleep, cognitive function, ability to manage emotions and handle stress, relationships with others, and physical and nutritional conditioning are compromised.
Making diversity a SOCOM strength.aspx
While some view issues of diversity as potentially controversial, it also can make SOCOM families and communities stronger and smarter.
Changing your scope on stress.aspx
Is stress necessarily harmful to your health?
Make anxiety work for you.aspx
Most people equate feeling anxious or nervous with something bad.
Get smarter about stress.aspx
Understanding what happens when you’re stressed can help you achieve optimal performance in and out of uniform.