What Is the Difference between Jsoc and Socom?

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The difference between JSOC and SOCOM is that they are two different acronyms and they stand for two different things. Both acronyms do relate to the United States military though. JSOC stands for Joint Special Operations Command. SOCOM stands for Special Operation Command.
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