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SOFIC 2022

Federal and industry leaders convene for the Special Operations Command (SOCOM)'s annual Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, Florida. SOCOM leaders will discuss the latest modernization and acquisition initiatives and needs to ensure the service is operating under the latest technology to fulfill its clandestine mission in the Defense Department.

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