Goodbye, Asymmetric Warfare Group

Sgt. Maj. Raymond Hendrick(left), Asymmetric Warfare Group Adviser, explains specifics of the blast radius of the man-portable line charge system during a training exercise just outside of Forward Operating Base Zangabad, Afghanistan, Oct. 20, 2013. (U.S Army photo by Cpl. Alex Flynn)

In what is likely one of the last public posts by the Army’s highly-praised AWG:

The Soldiers, Department of Army Civilians, and Consultants of AWG invite you to digitally join us for the group’s color casing ceremony on May 13th at 10:30am. The event will be live-streamed on Facebook and MS Teams. Due to COVID restrictions, we had to limit the number of in-person guests for the ceremony. If you have already RSVP’d then we look forward to seeing you in person.

Think. Adapt. Anticipate.

Formed just 15 years ago to explore the depths of unconventional operations in modern times, and come up with rapidly scalable solutions to such monkey wrenches, the battalion-sized force is being cast aside because, surely, we will never have to face the same sort of threat again, right?

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