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ROTC cadets from Florida State University and Florida A&M University watch as special tactics officers and pilots work together to land a CV-22B tiltrotor aircraft in a field at the FSU campus Sept. 23, 2021. The aircraft flew in and displayed its capability to hover and land vertically. (Courtesy photo)

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What is AFSOC?

Air Force Special Operations Command is the Special Operations side of the Air Force and the Air Force side of Special Operations Command

Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) provides Air Force special operations forces for worldwide deployment and assignment to regional unified commands. The command's Special Operations Forces (SOF) are composed of highly trained, rapidly deployable Airmen, conducting global special operations missions ranging from precision application of firepower to infiltration, exfiltration, resupply and refueling of SOF operational elements.