Are the USNORTHCOM guys the reservist Special Forces?
There aren't many Spec-op operations in the USA and Canada, so why is there a special N-America command?
Those aren't special operations regions, but general military. each region has a Commander-in-Chief (CINC), although i heard that changed that term. Any unit working in that region is generally subbordinate to that command.
Reassigned to Fort Chaffee (BRAC), cleaning up brass!
As posted early, there are currently a total of five Special Forces Groups in the Active Component of the US Army. There are two with in the US Army National Guard, 19th SFG (A) which has its Group HQ in Utah. And the 20th SFG (A) with its Group HQ in Alabama. The entire group is not located within that state, the battalions and teams spread across the US.
The 11th and 12th Special Force Groups were in the Army Reserve. But both were deactivated in 1995.