It’s always a happy occasion to be back at Fort Bragg, teaching psychological operations courses to our special operations forces.
Recently I was at the John F Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School for a two-day PSYOP session for officers and senior NCOs. Our PSYOPers keep getting better and better. Over the years, I’ve seen a noticeable positive change.
More foreign-born American soldiers seem to be in the PSYOP field. This is a great new development, as they bring unparalleled local knowledge to help our overall forces address difficult situations.
Foreign-born soldiers and officers built the US Army from scratch starting in 1775. America increasingly needs more of their talent.
It’s also great to see that the military has dumped the idiotic MOS called “MISO,” and returned it to its proper PSYOP name.