The 7th Special Forces Group, whose AO is South America, is being transferred lock, stock and barrel to Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. This prompted some speculation that reached me by email and so I checked into it.
Nothing conspiratorial and it makes perfect sense according to Army logic. As explained to me, BRAC (Base Realignment and Closing)and a very real need for training time is responsible.
BRAC equals spending money for (perceived) future operating capabilities and cost efficiencies. BRAC always involves significant up front costs; sometimes the long-term operating costs actually do save money; mostly BRAC involves revising stationing for operational requirements, justified by the (perceived) future cost savings (the only way to 'sell' the idea to the Pentagon bean-counters).
In this case, it is very likely a move based upon inadequate training facilities vicinity Fort Bragg: four brigades of the 82nd,XVIII ABN Corps separate brigades, Delta (OK, the organization that everybody calls 'Delta' but isn't really), and the JFK Special Warfare Training Center => not enough training space....
Easiest organization/function to move is the operational SF Group.
Remember, and I have harped on this repeatedly before, the United States Army is NOT the enemy of the armed citizenry. Take not counsel of your fears -- or of some shortwave "intelligence report" synaptic fart.