|Chief Master Sgt. Smith becomes new USSOCOM Senior Enlisted Leader||change-of-responsibility-chief-master-sgt-smith||7/11/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|Fighting on to the Ranger objective||Fighting-on-to-the-Ranger-objective||6/27/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|2019 Warrior Games open in Tampa||2019-Warrior-Games-open-in-Tampa||6/25/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|USSOCOM honors 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion||USSOCOM-honors-75th-anniversary-of-the-D-Day-invasion||6/10/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|Tampa hosts the annual Special Operations Forces Industry Conference||tampa-hosts-the-annual-special-operations-forces-industry-conference||5/30/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|Machine learning and artifical intelligence and its effect on the battlefield||machine-learning-artifical-intelligence|
USSOCOM partnering with Carnegie Mellon Unversity hosts the 19th Sovereign Challenge conference.
|USSOCOM inducts four historic figures into the Commando Hall of Honor||ussocom-inducts-four-historic-figures-into-the-commando-hall-of-honor||4/18/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|Clarke becomes 12th USSOCOM Commander||general-clarke-change-of-command||4/2/2019||Clarke, Michael|
|USSOCOM and the city of Tampa mark 100 days from the 2019 Warrior Games||100-days-to-2019-Warrior-Games|
March 14 marks the 100-day countdown to the 2019 Warrior games.
|Medal of Honor recipients inducted into the Commando Hall of Honor||medal-of-honor-recipients-inducted-into-the-commando-hall-of-honor|
Special Operators who have been awarded the Medal of Honor get inducted into the USSOCOM Commando Hall of Honor.
|USSOCOM J6 presents SCOTY awards||j6-presents-scoty-awards||12/31/2018||Clarke, Michael|
|US senior leaders explore battlefield evidence processes at USSOCOM||battlefield-evidence||12/10/2018||Clarke, Michael|
|A Four Star Conversation Honoring Army Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker||Honoring-Army-Gen-Schoomaker|
Retired Army Gen. Peter J. Schoomaker has his portrait unveiled at University of Tampa
|USSOCOM Athletes Join Prince Harry and Others for Invictus Games||Invictus-Games-USSOCOM-Athletes-Join-Prince-Harry|
USSOCOM Athletes participate in the Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia.
|Message or Counter-Message: Crafting Effective Information Campaigns in the Internet Age||Message-or-Counter-Message--Crafting-Effective-Information-Campaigns-in-the-Internet-Age|
USSOCOM Sovereign Challenge tackles foreign interference
|Flipping Information Gathering Models and the Future of Asymmetric War||Flipping-Information-Gathering-Models-and-the-Future-of-Asymmetric-War|
USSOCOM and USSTRATCOM commanders discuss the influence of data and technology on warfighting at the 2018 DoDIIS Worldwide Conference.
|USSOCOM announces the 2019 DoD Warrior Games||USSOCOM-announces-the-2019-DoD-Warrior-Games|
The 2019 DoD Warrior Games will be held in Tampa
|OSS Plank Holder and Special Operations Legend Laid to Rest at Arlington||OSS-Plank-Holder-and-Special-Operations-Legend-Laid-to-Rest-at-Arlington||7/26/2018||Clarke, Michael|
|7th Group Green Beret competes in his first Warrior Games||7th-Group-Green-Beret-competes-in-his-first-Warrior-Games|
Army Master Sgt. George Vera, a 7th Special Forces Group Green Beret, competes as one of many resilient spirits of today’s wounded, ill or injured service members from all branches of the military.
|Steadfast, resilient, relentless||Steadfast,-resilient,-relentless|
At five foot three, with piercing eyes, Army Staff Sgt. Lauren Montoya, carries herself as a serious, professional Soldier.
|USSOCOM hosts D-Day Memorial Shoot||USSOCOM-hosts-D-Day-Memorial-Shoot|
Military and civilian personnel, along with local law enforcement, participate in the U.S. Special Operations Command D-Day Memorial Shoot on MacDill Air Force Base., Fla., June 1, 2018.
|USSOCOM receives a replica of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to the OSS||USSOCOM-receives-a-replica-of-the-Congressional-Gold-Medal-awarded-to-the-OSS|
75 years in making, the U.S. Congress bestowed its highest civilian honor upon the Office of Strategic Services March 21, 2018.
|Multinational special operations forces conduct capabilities demonstration in Tampa||Multinational-special-operations-forces-conduct-capabilities-demonstration-in-Tampa|
U.S. and international special operations forces conducted a scenario-based special operations capabilities demonstration in downtown Tampa, Florida, May 23.
|International SOF week kicks off in Tampa||International-SOF-week-kicks-off-in-Tampa|
Delegates from more than 70 nations will attend the International Special Operations Forces conference, May 21-24, at the Tampa Convention Center. The theme of this year’s ISOF is “optimizing special operations forces.”
|“Wild Bill” Donovan: SOF Pioneer||“Wild-Bill”-Donovan-SOF-Pioneer|
William J. Donovan is the only American to have received the nation’s four highest awards: the Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, the Distinguished Service Medal, and the National Security Medal.
|USSOCOM inducts six new members to Commando Hall of Honor||USSOCOM-inducts-six-new-members-to-Commando-Hall-of-Honor|
U.S. Special Operations Command inducted six former special operators into the USSOCOM Commando Hall of Honor located at the USSOCOM headquarters, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, April 18, 2018.
|Special operations EOD pioneer 2018 Bull Simons Award recipient||Special-operations-EOD-pioneer-2018-Bull-Simons-Award-recipient|
Dennis Wolfe, a retired U.S. Army sergeant major, received U.S. Special Operations Command’s 2018 Bull Simons Award April 18, in Tampa, Florida.
|Gen. Thomas gives 31st anniversary opening remarks||Gen--Thomas-gives-31st-anniversary-opening-remarks|
Founded in 1987, USSOCOM organizes, trains and equips special operations forces and provides them to global combatant command operations in order to protect and advance our nation’s interests.
|Athletes get ready for Warrior Games||Athletes-get-ready-for-Warrior-Games|
U.S. Special Operations Command Warrior Care Program (Care Coalition) hosted a week-long training camp to prepare wounded and injured athletes for the upcoming Warrior Games 2018 competition. (Photo by Air Force Master Sgt. Barry Loo)
|USSOCOM initiative yields $6.5 million donation to charities||USSOCOM-initiative-yields-$6-5-million-donation-to-charities|
The Property Book and Central Receiving team has distributed to Tampa schools and numerous other non-profit groups. Today, SOCOM has issued more than $6.5 million in automation equipment since that first donation.