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socom May 16, 2011

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By Doug Elfman The recent killing of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden has shined a light on the heroism of the US Navy SEALs, the elite military force that just happens to star in Sony's recently released SOCOM 4: US Navy SEALs.. In a request to industry earlier this month, SOCOM said it is looking to acquire a nondevelopmental radio for team members with a range of just over a mile. Requirements include the capacity to plug-and-play with Android devices through a USB or serial. AP President Barack Obama talks with US Navy Vice Admiral William H. McRaven, who as commander of Joint Special Operations Command had operational control of the mission to get Osama bin Laden. By HOWARD ALTMAN | The Tampa Tribune He helped devise. By the time you read this SOCOM 4 will have been out for 4 weeks. It's really hard to review a game when its biggest asset, the multiplayer, is not available due to the PlayStation Network maintenance outage. With no resolution date to this network. SOCOM 4 Special Forces is a big departure for the flagship PlayStation series, forgoing its US Navy SEALs heritage to concentrate on the plight of a small band of elite international special forces operatives caught deep behind enemy lines.. SOCOM has been around since 2003, but none of the games have ever been really sensational. You can always rely on them for solid core mechanics and smart tactical combat, but they've never captured our imagination like other, similar games.. The success of the bin Laden operation, carried out by special operations forces, \"validates the fact that we built a special operations command,\" says retired Gen. Bryan \"Doug\" Brown. By HOWARD ALTMAN | The Tampa Tribune Bryan \"Doug\" Brown was in his. I don't really know why SOCOM 4: US Navy SEALs includes PlayStation Move controls. Maybe some folks want all their years of first-person shooter practice thrown out the window and replaced by a much-less-precise (and surprisingly less intuitive). Defense contractor L-3 Communications Holdings Inc. said on Monday that it has gotten an $84.9 million contract to manage computer systems for US Special Operations Command. The work will be done by L-3's Stratis division and could be worth up to $400. After much waiting and patience, PS3 owners will be able to enjoy the online component of Mortal Kombat, Portal 2, MotorStorm: Apocalypse SOCOM 4, and many other titles and PSN games that were locked out of commission Capcom's Final Fight being one.

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