As the only organization that engages in policy and legislation advocacy on behalf of the men and women in the Special Operations community, SOAA is committed to identifying solutions and making recommendations that best serve Special Operation Forces on and off the battlefield.
Here’s a snapshot of some of the issues we’re currently working on. Join us, as we fight for you!
Recent studies show what we already suspected: That the rate of suicide is higher among our community than that of the civilian population and even that of the rest of the military with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) being major contributing factors.
Learn about these new findings and what we are doing to help!
From the blog
The U.S. Army Special Forces – better known as the Green Berets – perform a great deal of our country’s missions that call for a
The primary goal of US National Security policies is to protect Americans and American interests at home and abroad. The formulation and implementation of such
When Congress created the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) in 1987, it also appointed a civilian official – the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special
In the 2018 National Defense Strategy, the Department of Defense redirected its focus from Counterterrorism (CT) and Foreign Internal Defense (FID) operations to what has
Over the last 15 years has the U.S. military been able to accomplish its mission in Afghanistan? Are we any closer to defeating the Taliban