Definition of special operations command

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special operations command

'special operations command' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A subordinate unified or other joint command established by a joint force commander to plan, coordinate, conduct, and support joint special operations within the joint force commander's assigned operational area. Also called SOC'.

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