Army Special Ops chiefs see demand for units growing

RALEIGH – Army Special Operations were designed for the kind of conflicts U.S. forces now face in Iraq and Afghanistan, their commanders said Monday, and their skills are under increasing demand.
Even as U.S. combat forces have officially withdrawn from Iraq, Special Operations soldiers remain in the country at the same levels, helping train police and military forces. In Afghanistan, Special Ops soldiers are expanding their efforts in small villages across the countryside, where they live in small groups among the native people.

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