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PEO-SOF Warrior


PEO-SOF Warrior


PEO-SW develops and fields a large portfolio of capabilities for current and future fights. We employ a talented acquisition workforce collaborating with industry, government, and foreign partners acquiring capabilities for SOF operators. The quality of systems developed and the continual technological advancement of the capabilities delivered, upholds the integrity of PEO-SW’s mission. PEO-SW has 10 PMOs: PM Special Programs, PM Maritime Special Programs, PM SOF Lethality, PM Counterproliferation/Counter Uncrewed Systems, PM Communications and Intelligence Support Systems, PM Sensitive Activities (PM-SA), PM Aviation Assessment Activity, PM Protection and Integration, PM Family of Special Operations Vehicles (PM-FOSOV), and PM Big Safari. Our team collaborates closely with our customer, partners, and an array of other key stakeholders. The team delivers the best technologies and equipment placing critical capabilities in the hands of SOF operators. 

PEO-SW enhanced operator protection and survivability with acquisition of 200,991 operator survival equipment items; and 6,015 medical kits and tactical combat casualty care sets. The team developed and tested 67% lighter clandestine body armor and fielded a new operator spectacle as the future platform for the first ballistic prescription lens. In 2023, the team saw continued advancement of enemy tactics and technologies in use of uncrewed systems as weapons. In response, we fielded 372 Multi Mission Electronic Countermeasures systems; 502 Counter Uncrewed Systems devices; and 8,692 various operator protection kits. We supported fielded systems with mechanics and field service representatives, PEO-SW managed over 3,000 light, medium, heavy, and non-standard commercial vehicles (NSCV). The team continued to modernize the ground mobility fleet delivering 21 new Ground Mobility Vehicles, 23 NSCVs, 171 Light Tactical All-Terrain life cycle replacement vehicles, and 15 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) All-Terrain Vehicles. Seeking to align ground mobility portfolio with advanced automotive technology, PEO-SW completed testing on a new NSCV and began testing on diesel hybrid-electric Ground Mobility Vehicles. 

PEO-SW continue to rapidly acquire unique and advanced intelligence and special communications capabilities. The team leveraged Science & Technology and strategic partner opportunities advancing the ability to operate reducing risk to SOF personnel. The team continued to expertly oversee unique intelligence, digital, communications, and enabling capabilities providing the best Intelligence Analysts, Linguists, and Systems Engineering and Technical support to the most elite SOF operators. 

PEO-SW excels delivering target acquisition and lethality capabilities. The team delivered 12,967 weapons accessories and visual augmentation systems fielding the new Ranging Variable Power Scope and Precision Aiming Laser. Additionally, we continued our outreach promoting collaboration outside of SOF by co-hosting the International SOF Lethality Week at ranges/facilities in Nevada. The team supports 5,066 weapons focusing on weapons modernization to include completion of Mid-Range Gas Gun-Sniper test with initial procurement completion of four launched effects test events. 

In summary, the PEO-SW team expertly oversaw and managed a diverse $1.5B portfolio of combat capability.


  • We are extremely excited to convene the community at SOF Week 2024. This convention for U.S. and International SOF will include a diverse slate of programs, to include professional development sessions, interactive discussions about the future of SOF, and an up-close view of some of the best tech available to our warfighters. GSOF looks forward to working with USSOCOM to make SOF Week 2024 an impactful event.
    Stuart Bradin
    President and CEO, GSOF


Co-sponsorship of this event does not imply endorsement of GSOF, its services, or products by the United States Government, the Department of Defense, or U.S. Special Operations Command.