Special Ops growth may be stalled due to sequester

11/5/2013 | Defense News

A planned expansion of Special Operations forces may be put on hold due to sequestration cuts, with force levels frozen at current levels. U.S. Special Operations Command was to grow to 72,000 people by 2017 from the current level of 66,000, but sources say it's possible that growth plan will be slowed as an option in the current budget uncertainty.

View Full Article in:

Defense News

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Government & Nonprofit

Job Title Company Location
Contracts Manager
Aurora Flight Sciences
Bridgeport, WV
Director, Space Systems
Aerospace Industries Association (AIA)
Arlington, VA
Manager Supply Chain Logistics
FedEx Express
Los Angeles, CA
General Manager, Training and Simulation
Pacific Sky Aviation Inc.
Victoria
Senior Vice President, Policy and Practice
International Rescue Committee
New York, NY