a reply to: cavtrooper7
Thanks for your reply. What is an Objective Force Warrior? I couldn't find anything on it.
The Russian military Spec Ops may not be that good. But Putin hELPED created the federal FSB. (This seems to be getting back to the idea of a
Specialized Protection Force, much as Hitler had with the SS, that can operate domestically or in foreign environs, and only takes orders from the
GLOBAL SECURITY: RUSSIA'S "FSB"
"The FSB's power is rooted in the influence of President Vladimir Putin, a former director, and a vast network of former officers that has permeated
all sectors of Russian government and society. It is estimated that, among Russia’s 1,000 leading political figures, 78% have worked with the FSB or
its predecessors. With this sort of clout at its disposal, FSB carries out intelligence, counter-intelligence, counter-terrorism, economic crime
investigation, electronic intelligence, border control and “social monitoring.”
"SPEC OPS in the western sense are not easy to create, only a fraction of our militaries can make it."
I don't think so. I counted about thirty specialized U.S. Spec Ops in this article:
(2013) MOST ELITE SPECIAL FORCES IN THE U.S.
And, as I've posted elsewhere, military-style Spec Ops are also being created in some domestic police or sheriffs' departments:
OREGON COUNTRY "TACTICAL NEGOTIATIONS TEAM"
With rogue shooters killing dozens of innocent people at a time, and the increasing mortality rate for police all over the country, I don't begrudge
them forming "Tactical Negotiations" teams within their departments. As long as they have set parameters, and are only called upon in the most
dangerous situations. These county officers in Oregon seem to have planned it correctly, since the unit was created in 1976 and they only average 25
calls a year.
edit on 13-10-2014 by MKMoniker because: clarify