The reason the Green Berets will seemingly stand still as the rest of the Army endures the convulsions of the post-war Pentagon is that units such as 10th Group have thrived on uncertainty and constant change.
“What will be required of our Green Berets in days ahead has not changed,” Col George Thiebes said.
One fact Thiebes revealed: 10th Group troops have been busy. In the past year, 1,000 of the soldiers have worked in 42 countries – primarily in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. That’s no surprise.
Soldiers from 10th Group were some of the first Americans in the 2003 attack on Iraq. The Fort Carson troops advised the Kurds in northern Iraq that played a key role in the defeat of Saddam Hussein.
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