Welcome to the official website of the

SOCoE Libraries

at Fort Bragg, N.C.

Marquat Library Hours of Operation and Contact:

Library Now Open Tuesday and Thursday 0830 - 1130 and 1300 – 1600

Commercial: (910) 396 – 5370
e-mail: usarmy.usajfkswcs.socoe.mbx.library@socom.mil

JSOMTC Library Hours of Operation and Contact

Librarian Available Tuesdays and Thursdays 0900 – 1030 and 1100 - 1300

Commercial: (910) 907 – 2250
e-mail: usarmy.usajfkswcs.socoe.mbx.library@socom.mil

New Subscriptions and Resources For USASOC Personnel Worldwide

- Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO)
Documents and articles devoted to research, analysis, and scholarship on international politics and related fields, including security studies, global finance, diplomatic practice, humanitarian law, global governance, development studies, and environmental studies EBSCO Military and Government Collection Provides full-text, indexing and abstracts for hundreds of journals and periodicals pertaining to all branches of the military and government.
- Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)
Understand a country’s political, policy and economic outlook with the world’s best forward looking analysis and data.
- JSTOR
Academic journal articles, books, and primary sources.
- Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium (TRAC)
Features profiles of nearly 4,000 terrorist groups, including the group’s tactics, targets, ideology, associated groups, leaders, theater of operation, links to other resources, and links to TRAC analyses of incidents and events.
- Country Watch
Critical country-specific intelligence and data to a global audience including public and private sector organizations with overseas operations and global interests.
- Military Periscope
Up-to-date global defense information systems. Their databases include Nation’s Armed Forces featuring special warfare and strategic forces for 165 nations , Weapon Systems providing a detailed overview of more than 7,500 weapons systems and platforms, and Terrorist Organizations covering in depth details on every international terrorist group as well as subscriptions to Daily Defense News Capsules.
- Proquest – 7 subscriptions containing scholarly journals, books, videos & audio, dissertations & theses, newspapers and more.

Online Catalog
https://auls.insigniails.com/socoe

Marquat Memorial Learning Resource Center

The Marquat Memorial Learning Resource Center, is greater than 10,000 square feet and is now housed in Clay Hall. The library maintains a diverse collection of library resources and services to support education, training, doctrine development and operational research requirements.

The Marquat Memorial Learning Resource Center is named in honor of Maj. Gen. William Marquat. Maj. Gen. William Frederic Marquat was born in St. Louis, Mo., on March 17, 1894, to William and Sara (Layden) Marquat. Before joining the military, he reported local features for the Seattle Times. Marquat served in World War I with the Coast Artillery Office. By the time World War II broke out, Marquat had ascended to the rank of major general. He served as a staff officer to Gen. Douglas MacArthur and the commander of the 14th Anti-Aircraft Command in the Philippines, seeing action in the Manila-Bataan campaign. His skills as a diplomat and a staff officer served him well after World War II, when he was hand-picked to organize and chair the Allied council for Japan, serving as the United States representative in determining occupation policies. Simultaneous to this chairmanship, he headed the Economics and Science Section General Headquarters for the Supreme Command Allied Powers in Tokyo from 1945–1952. Most of the post-war economic success of Japan can be directly attributed to policies drafted by this section. Maj. Gen. Marquat left Japan in 1952 as the first Chief of Civil Affairs and Military Government, Department of the Army. He served in this post until he retired in 1955. He passed away on May 30, 1968.

The Marquat Library was first memorialized in 1969 at Fort Gordon, Ga., as part of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs School. The memorialization was moved in 1973 when the Civil Affairs School moved to Fort Bragg.

Marquat Memorial, USASOC Headquarters Library

The Marquat Memorial LRC houses more than 25,000 resources, including DVDs, PlayAways, journals, newspapers and foreign language materials. The library has a computer lab with over 40 computers, 9 small group study rooms equipped with a computer and big screen monitor, a classroom size area for larger groups, an archives room with microfiche and microfilm equipment, printers, copiers, scanners, as well as the library manages access to premium online resources. Training on use of these resources is available.

JSOMTC Library, USASOC Headquarters Medical Branch

The Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center (JSOMTC) Library is the medical library supporting the Special Warfare Medical Group mission of providing superior teaching and instruction premised on educational goals and curriculum development. The JSOMTC Library has more than 2,100 medical books, 13 computer workstations, 2 printers/copiers, a flatbed scanner, fax and provides access to a variety of medical resources.

USAJFKSWCS Libraries / Online Resources

The LRC specializes in reference and research supporting the educational, training, doctrinal, and operational research requirements of USAJFKSWCS and the United States Army Special Operations Command. The LRC provides access to a variety of academic resources for all USASOC personnel and students currently enrolled in SWCS courses.

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