U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command (ARSOAC)
Activated in March 2011 at Fort Bragg, U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command (ARSOAC) is a one star command that oversees Army special operations aviation. ARSOAC is a subordinate command of United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne) (USASOC).
ARSOAC - Components
U.S. Army Special Operations Aviation Command comprises:
- 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne)
- U.S. Army Special Operations Command Flight Detachment
- Systems Integration Management Office
- Special Operations Aviation Training Battalion
Among the aircraft flying under ARSOAC are the MH-47G Chinook, the AH/MH6-M Little Bird, and the MH-60M Blackhawk helicopters operated by the 160th SOAR(A), CASA-212 fixed wing aircraft flown by the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Command Flight Detachment and a number of unmanned drones such as the RQ-11B Raven, the RQ-7 Shadow and the MQ-1C Grey Eagle.