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ENDNOTES

1 United States Special Operations Forces, Posture Statement 2003-2004, (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Special Operations Command), 7.

2 Joint Chiefs of Staff, Doctrine for Joint Special Operations, Joint Pub 3-05 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 17 April 1998), I-1.

3

Ibid.

4 Marshall Billingslea, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict, Testimony to the

House Armed Services Subcommittee on Unconventional Threats, 1 April, 2003.

5 Edward F. Bruner, Christopher Bolkcom, and Ronald O’Rourke; Special Operations Forces in Operation Enduring Freedom: Background and Issues for Congress ; (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service, The Library of Congress, 15 October 2001), CRS-3.

See also SOF Posture Statement, 14-17.

6 Ryan J. McCombie, “Special Operations Forces and Small Wars,” Review Essay; Parameters, VOL.XXV, NO.3 (Autumn 1995): 108-113.

7

Bruner, et.al, CRS-4. See also SOF Posture Statement, 23-24.

8

SOF Posture Statement,

9

Bruner, et.al, CRS-5. See also SOF Posture Statement, 19-21.

10

Department of the Army, Special Forces Operations, Field Manual 3-05.20 (Washington, D.C.:Headquarters , Department of the Army, 26 June, 2001), 2-15.

11

Ibid,.2-9.

12

Ibid., 3-4.

13 Office of the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low- Intensity Conflict, Intelligence Support to Operations Other Than War: White Paper (Washington, D.C.:Office of the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict , January 1994) 3-3.

14.”United States Intelligence Community—Who We Are,” available from http://www.intelligence.gov/1-members.shtml; Internet; Accessed 8 January 2004.

15 Richard A. Best, Jr., Intelligence Issues for Congress, (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service, The Library of Congress, 6 October, 2003), CRS-10.

16 Bob Drogin and Paul Richter, “Response to Terror; Bin Laden Hunt Enters Pakistan; Asia: U.S. Widens its search, and the CIA Augments Efforts by Afghanistan’s Neighbor to Apprehend Fugitives,” The Times Mirror Company, Los Angeles Times, 19 Dec 2001, p. A.1 (1124 words)[database on-line]; available from Proquest; accessed 8 October 2003.

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