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Strength
Command
 
Type
Light Infantry Unit
 
Year
2011 - Present
 

Description
The United States Army Special Operations Aviation Command (USASOAC) provides command and control, executive oversight, and resourcing of U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) aviation assets and units in support of national security objectives. USASOAC is responsible for service and component interface; training, doctrine,and proponency for Army SOA; system integration and fleet modernization; aviation resource management; material readiness; program management; and ASCC oversight. USASOAC was established March 25, 2011 consisting of 135 headquarters soldiers and subordinate units totaling more than 3,300 personnel, include the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), the USASOC Flight Company, the Special Operations Aviation Training Battalion, the Systems Integration Management Office, and the Technology Application Projects Office. The first commander of USASOAC was Brig Gen. Clayton M.Hutmacher.


3 Members Who Served in This Unit


 
  • Osterman, Bradley, COL, (1993-Present)
  • Ritzel, Patrick, SFC, (2010-2019)
  • Worch, Troy, LTC, (1996-Present)
 
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