How JSOC Became a Force of “Networked Ninjas”
Follow @smoughtsSeptember 9, 2011, 12:52 pm ET
Spencer Ackerman has a new piece today in Wired that offers a fascinating look at how Gen. Stanley McChrystal built JSOC — the Joint Special Operations Command — into “a lethal, agile, secretive and highly networked command — essentially the U.S.’ very own al-Qaida.” (Or, as Dana Priest and William Arkin have reported, “the force that orders the universe but can’t be seen.”)
Read the story here.
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