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Why aren't the marines force recon in special operations command like SEALs and Special Forces?

Recon Marines are JTF (Joint Task Force) with SOCOM though they report directly to MARSOC (Marine Special Operations Command). Because of all of the Intel flowing in to these (MORE)

What is the United States Special Operations Command?

US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is a Unified Combatant  Command (all major combat branches have forces within this  command). They are in charge of overseeing all of t (MORE)

Why aren't the Marines' Force Recon in Special Operations Command like SEALs and Special Forces?

Marine Force and Battalion Recon report to Marine Special Operations Command (MARSOC) with their reports and requests. SEAL's report to Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC), (MORE)

What is the Joint Special Operations Command?

JSOC is the Joint Special Operations Command and encompasses all of the special ops units in the United States military, including those from Air Force, Navy, and Marines. JSO (MORE)

How can you get in it Joint Special Operations Command?

It depends on what type of position you are talking about. If you are asking about an operational position, you would need to spend time as either a Navy SEAL, Army Ranger or (MORE)