For more than a decade and a half, Special Operations Outlook – previously titled The Year in Special Operations – has included interviews and discussions with a Who’s Who of former operators and senior and commanding officers throughout the U.S. military, offering their insights on the roles, missions, and history of unconventional warfare units and possible future developments. The publication regularly includes features on programs, equipment, operations, the history of SOF, and more, written by some of the most respected writers in the field.
Distributed throughout the special operations community via a glossy photo-driven print edition as well as an online digital edition, Special Operations Outlook is the only publication that provides this type of engaging content to a targeted audience of “quiet professionals.”
“The USSOCOM baseline O&M funding increases by $84.7 million in FY 2018; of which, $69.7 million is price growth and $15.0 million is program growth. This program growth includes increases for flying hours, operational support and sustainment for the Multi-Mission Tactical Unmanned Aircraft Systems, civilian pay, audit readiness, CWMD mission support, and Special Operations Forces Liaison Elements (SOFLE).”
– Office of the Undersecretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer, Operation and Maintenance Overview Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Estimates
Neither U.S. Special Operations Command nor any other component of the Federal Government or the Department of Defense has approved, endorsed, or authorized this promotion.