U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) develops and employs fully capable Special Operations Forces (SOF) to conduct global special operations and activities as part of the joint force to support persistent, networked and distributed combatant command operations and campaigns against state and non-state actors to protect and advance U.S. policies and objectives.

Characterized by a command culture that is dedicated to continuously adapting in order to achieve and maintain the highest levels of excellence, USSOCOM established the Warrior Care Program-Care Coalition (WCP-CC) in 2005. In 2013, WCP-CC became the fifth Congressionally recognized Warrior Care Program within the Department of Defense, and received Service-like authority to provide non-medical advocacy and support services for SOF Service Members and their families, after experiencing life-changing wounds, injuries or illnesses (WII). The WCP-CC acts as USSOCOM's action arm to assist in the recovery, rehabilitation, reintegration, and transition of SOF WII.

Team Roster


Team rosters will be published closer to the event.