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Is the head of Southern Command given or is the government in the process of deciding on a new one? I ask because I can't find a link to the general or admiral in charge. Monksbane 4:58, 19 April 2007 (UTC)
Updates on command transformation provided in official capacity...Erik J. Leklem, Chief, Whole-of-Government Initiatives, Partnering Directorate, Headquarters, U.S. Southern CommandEleklem (talk) 17:24, 29 October 2008 (UTC)E.Leklem
Ths USA = moving more nations from south to Northcommand?
I've slapped an NPOV template onto this page, because it's very imbalanced and biased towards SOUTHCOM/the US military. Most of the (few) sources are in fact affiliated with the US military, and I find it strange that, one the one hand, there's a rather long and praising section called "Humanitarian assistance and disaster relief" while on the other hand, in the History section, the entire period 1963-1996 is missing (!). Qwertyus (talk) 10:55, 9 May 2013 (UTC)