US Department of Defense
The U.S. Military has stepped up its unconventional warfare against radical groups around the world. The Free Beacon reports:
The Trump administration is undertaking efforts to grow and advance the U.S.’s “low-visibility, irregular warfare” operations across the globe, according to a new directive issued by the Pentagon.
A new Defense Department directive issued after approval from Congress authorizes and directs the Defense Department to amp up military support to foreign forces and “irregular forces [and] groups” in conflict zones across the world, according to authorizations granted in the annual 2018 defense budget.
Efforts will focus on growing U.S. military assistance to “to provide support to foreign forces, irregular forces, groups, or individuals engaged in supporting or facilitating ongoing irregular warfare operations by U.S. Special Operations Forces,” according to the Congressional authorization.
The Defense Department has been allocated $10 million a year during the next three years to fund these irregular warfare operations.
America is still under threat from radical Islamist groups, and President Trump will not let them rest.