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Ken McGraw

Deputy Public Affairs Officer

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Employment History

United States Special Operations Command Spokesman

Townhall Video


Spokesman for U.S. Special Forces Command

MacDill AFB


Affiliations

Center for Excellence in Operational Neuroscience ,

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Nick TurseAmerican Empire Project Page 2 | American Empire Project - Part 2

americanempireproject.com [cached]

"The purpose of JCETs is to foster the training of U.S. SOF in mission-critical skills by training with partner-nation forces in their home countries," according to SOCOM spokesman Ken McGraw.
Asked for an explanation of why AFRICOM and SOCOM can't agree on the number of JCETs on the continent or if anyone actually knows the real number, Ken McGraw of Special Operations Command demurred. "I don't know the source of AFRICOM's information," he told TomDispatch. In an email, SOCOM spokesman Ken McGraw said he didn't have the time to review the results of the RAND study and refused to offer comment on it.


Nick TurseAmerican Empire Project Page 3 | American Empire Project - Part 3

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In 2015, according to Special Operations Command spokesman Ken McGraw, U.S. Special Operations forces deployed to a record-shattering 147 countries - 75% of the nations on the planet, which represents a jump of 145% since the waning days of the Bush administration.
On any day of the year, in fact, America's most elite troops can be found in 70 to 90 nations. This year, U.S. Special Operations forces have already deployed to 135 nations, according to Ken McGraw, a spokesman for Special Operations Command (SOCOM). That's roughly 70% of the countries on the planet. Every day, in fact, America's most elite troops are carrying out missions in 80 to 90 nations, practicing night raids or sometimes conducting them for real, engaging in sniper training or sometimes actually gunning down enemies from afar. "Special Operations forces provide individual-level training, unit-level training, and formal classroom training," explains SOCOM's Ken McGraw. When asked how releasing only the number could imperil security, SOCOM's Ken McGraw was typically opaque. "The information is classified," he responded.


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By that definition, the U.S. is currently fighting in roughly eight countries. (For sanity's sake, my definition excludes special-operations forces; Ken McGraw, a spokesman for U.S. Special Operations Command, or SOCOM, told me in early February that special-operations personnel were deployed in 82 countries that week alone.)
The size of SOCOM has expanded by almost 25 percent since Obama took office, increasing from 55,800 people to 69,700, according to McGraw at SOCOM.


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Tuesday afternoon, Socom spokesman Ken McGraw said the command hasnt reviewed the report and had no comment.


tbo.com

Between 2008 and last year, 99 commandos committed suicide, according to Socom spokesman Ken McGraw.


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