MISOC Units Re-designate as PSYOP

FORT BRAGG, NC – All Military Information Support Operations Command (MISOC) units at Fort Bragg, N.C., have re-designated as Psychological Operations (PSYOP) units effective Aug.5, 2014.

The former 4th and 8th Military Information Support Groups (Airborne) are now the 4th Psychological Operations Group (POG) (Airborne) and the 8th Psychological Operations Group (POG) (Airborne), with their subordinate units being called Psychological Operations Battalions (POB).  MISOC will retain its namesake for the time being.

This re-naming of PSYOP units will not affect any unit organization or operations as 4th and 8th POG continue to operate.



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