Definition of Air Force special operations detachment

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Air Force special operations detachment

'Air Force special operations detachment' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A squadron-size headquarters that could be a composite organization composed of different Air Force special operations assets. The detachment is normally subordinate to an Air Force special operations component, joint special operations task force, or joint task force, depending upon size and duration of the operation. Also called AFSOD'.

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