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13th Special Forces Operational Detachment (Regiment)
United States Army
Strength
Detachment
Type
Special Operations
Years
1700 - Present

Reporting Units

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Members Who Served in 13th Special Forces Operational Detachment (Regiment)

Kueb, James, CPT
Status
USAR Active
Service Years
1995 - 2006
MOS
18A-Special Forces Officer
Primary Unit
13th Special Forces Operational Detachment (Regiment)
Home State
Germany
Home Town
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13th Special Forces Operational Detachment (Regiment) Description

The modern history of 1st Special Forces Group commenced on 1 April 1956, with the activation of 14 Special Forces Operational Detachment (Area) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Hand picked from the 77th Special Forces Group (Airborne), the members of this detachment along with the 12th, 13th, and 16th SFOD's--were specifically selected and trained for the purpose of establishing a special operations capability in the Asian-Pacific theater. These units were transferred to the Pacific in two increments. The 14th SFOD (Area), under the cover of "8251st Army Service Unit" was transferred to Fort Shafter, Hawaii in June 1956. Shortly afterwards, the 12th SFOD (Regiment), 13th SFOD (Regiment), and 16th SFOD (District) were moved to Camp Drake, Japan under cover of "8231st Army Unit."

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13th Special Forces Operational Detachment (Regiment) Operations History

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