Graphic: ARSOC Human Domain

Capabilities-Force Structure, Citizen-Centered
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Source: SOF Support to Political Warfare, White Paper, US Army Special Operations Command, 10 March 2015, p. 25

Phi Beta Iota: What is really happening here is that everyone is realizing that neither the civilian agencies of the federal government nor the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) ostensibly responsible for both Human Intelligence (HUMINT) and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), are competent at full-spectrum HUMINT/OSINT. The possibility exists that 1st Special Operations Command (SFC) also known as US Army Special Operations Command (ARSOC) could become an innovation engine for the human domain, most of which is unclassified, not online, not in English, and not accessible via normal communications, computing, and intelligence channels.

See Especially:

Graphic: ARSOC 1st SFC as Core Force

Graphic: Human Groups in Human Domain

Graphic: OSINT and Full-Spectrum HUMINT (Updated)

Graphic: Pre-Conditions of Revolution

See Also:

Special Forces Think Pieces on Human Domain

Robert Steele: Reinventing the US Army

1992 MCU Thinking About Revolution

1989 General Al Gray on Global Intelligence Challenges