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posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 08:12 AM
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This unit is basically like the Ecuadors Navy Seals, can really find that much info on them accept for this link. Don't really know what their ops are probally the same as most navy units.





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[edit on 23-3-2005 by blue cell]




posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 06:16 PM
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Does anybody have any info on special forces unit before World War II. I know some units but I haven't found that much info on them.

[edit on 28-3-2005 by blue cell]



posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 06:33 PM
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Just ran across
this, here are some of the schools they may attend.

SRT school
Scout Sniper School
Close Quarters Battle/ Advanced CQB Course
Rappel Masters Course
Search and Rescue school

In addition to this all members must cross train to make sure all members know the mission of the other members in case one member can't due his mission.

Here are some missions it does,

Resolving hostage/barricaded suspect situations
Counter-Terrorism Response
Recognition and idenification of weapons, and IEDs

And here are some addition duties it may due,

Search and Rescue ops
Sting Operations
Surveillance operations



[edit on 28-3-2005 by blue cell]

[edit on 28-3-2005 by blue cell]



posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 07:18 PM
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Country: Germany
Name: GSG-9 (Grenzschutzgruppe 9/border protection group 9)
Part of: BGS (Bundes Grenz Schutz/Federal Border Patrol)


The GSG-9 was found after a hostage-drama while the olympic games of 1972 in munich, for fighting terrorism.

The federal minister of interor Hans-Dietrich Genscher fount the GSG-9 as on this time germany hadnt any special unit which could have had prevented the hostage-drama without problems.

At first the GSG-9 had 180 members, nowadays it has 240 actives with different specialisations, as example diver, sharpshooter or paratrooper

They get used especial if the danger is air or sea pirateship, assassinations onto foreign diplomats or organized crime.




posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 07:32 PM
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Country: Germany
Name: SEK (Sonder Einsatz Kommando/special operation troops)
Part of: state polices

each german state has its own SEK, they exist for over 20 years
storming places which have to do with drug and weapon dealing, and organized crime, armed criminals, stopping bank robberies... are their jobs (they also protect important persons or do observations
you have to live this forces with 45 years, the basic and specialisation training before joining a unit takes 20 weeks

heres an example:

battleeducation/tactics
battle- and training conception 112h 35%
Weapon and Shooting education
Weapon and ammonation of SEK 64h 20%
Sports training
combat related close combat tactics 64h 20%
technical training
entering tactics 24h 7,5%
driving eduction
driving courses, driving of special vehicles 20h 6,25%
law education
estimation of combat situations in relation to the law 8h 2,5%
first aid
first aid 8h 2,5%
practical Psychology
managing of stress situations 8h 2,5%
criminaly
basics of site of crime diagnostic, conservation of evidence 4h 1,25%
communication education
communication devices of the SEK 4h 1,25%
political education
organized crime 4h 1,25%

at all: 320h 100%





posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 07:55 PM
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Country: Germany
Unit: KS (kampfschwimmer/combat divers)
part of: Marine (navy)


It is made up by 80 active fighting soldiers (well, just rambo is more elite ^^)


01.07.1959 the first combat divers in germany were trained
they have to do:
* doing combat diver jobs and jumping with parachute
* doing lone warrior battles and jobs
* doing pre-beach, beach- and hinterland recon jobs for amphibic operations
* doing under-water closebattle resource defence
* support detonating over and under water with and without of diver preperation
* driving with small boats with engine
* driving german military vehicles of classes B/CE
* doing materialkeeping jobs for the special combat diver equipment
* doing rescue- and recoveryoperations

equipment:



diving stufft:
The company "Dräger" produces and develops for years for german and foreign combat divers (US Navy Seals as example) the diving equipment. The oxygenium-cycle machine LAR VI is the newest model::
This so called "swim-diving-equipment" isn't magnetical, so under-water mines cant react against them. The oxygenium bottl is filled on 200 bar. The breathair is charged with oxygenium by "breath-lime"t. This system secures that no air-bubbles come to the surface and a diving time of up to four hours is possible. The bad side is the relatively low diving deepth of around 10 meters.



Kälteschutzanzüge: Die deutschen Kampfschwimmer werden mit Anzügen von der Firma "Poseidon" ausgerüstet. Es werden von den Kampfschwimmern sowohl Naßtauchanzüge als auch Trockentauchanzüge verwendet.
Die Naßtauchanzüge bestehen aus drei Teilen. Zunächst eine Hose ("Long John"), dann ein Oberteil und zuletzt eine Kopfhaube. Das Material ist, wie sollte es anders sein, Neopren.
Besonders fällt auf, dass der gesamte Anzug keinen Reißverschluss hat, der eventuell scheuern könnte. Doch dadurch erschwert sich das Anlegen des Anzuges deutlich. Auch Füßlinge und Handschuhe (5-Finger-Handschuhe) sind aus dem gleichen Material und wiederum ohne Reißverschluss.
Auch die einteiligen Trockentauchanzüge (KVA - Konstantvolumenanzüge) bestehen aus Neopren. Die Reißverschlüsse sind ebenso wie das Tauchgerät anmagnetisch. Eine Neopren-Kopfhaube ist angesetzt. Diese Anzüge werden vorzugsweise bei Extremtemperaturen und dementsprechend langen Tauchzeiten eingesetzt.
Die Marine verwendet das Modell "Unisuit" mit zusäzlicher Seitentasche (für Notflasche), Vorrichtung für Tauchertelefonlautsprecher an der Kopfhaube und Hoheitsabzeichen an den Schultern.

sorry, found no way to write this in english

Weapons

* Heckler & Koch MP5
* Heckler & Koch P8 (modifizierte USP)
* Heckler & Koch G36
* Heckler & Koch 40mm Granatwerfer (granade launcher)
* Fliegerfaust "Stinger"
* Heckler & Koch P11 (underwater gun)
* Panzerfaust 3 (not often in use)
* Panzerabwehrwaffe "MILAN" (not often in use)
* limpet mines and other explosives

Other equipment:

* pleat-canoe made by the company Klepper
* Speedboats of the brand "Task-Force" (Nomen est omen *lol*), around of 8 meters long, and they have two strong outboardengines











[edit on 28-3-2005 by Wodan]



posted on Mar, 28 2005 @ 08:15 PM
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Country: Germany
Unit: KSK
Part of: Heer (army)


one of the worlds youngest special forces, it was found 1996, mainly made by recon's and commando paratroopers at first.
now it is made by around 1200 soldiers

their jobs are:

* getting important informations in crisis and war-regions
* the "protection of own forces by distance" and of "Persons in special situations",
* the "Rescue and evacuation of german citizens and/or persons in special situation in foreign countrys of nations germany is in friendship with Ausland"(last year they rescued austrians in algeria btw.)
* "warefare in enemy territory"

equipment:

# parachutes and oxygenium masks for HA* jumps
# Vehicles with Weaponstage
# snow vehicles
# snowmobile
# folding boats
# night goggles
# GPS
# bullet proofen shields
# sharpshooter guns (as example G 22)
# coded HF- and VHF radios

To this things there is also to mention all kinds of special weapons and ammonation like the ultrasonic and ultraflash systems and anti-tank rocket systems.
The standard combat equipment weights 50 kilogramm. They have all german standard arms, like the assault rifle G36 or the pistol P8.

The KSK is also able to ask for support by equipment of other units, like the Light Aircraft Group (here as example NH90 and Tiger)














[edit on 28-3-2005 by Wodan]



posted on Mar, 30 2005 @ 07:02 PM
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FSK stands for Forsvarets Spesialkommando and in english it means military special commando. Little is known about this unit, an FSK team consists of 20 men possibly less. Unlike other Norwegian Special Forces, the FSK are an elite group to which it is not possible to apply instead its members are invited to join mainly from the Haerens Jegerkommando and Marinejegerkommandoen.
There skills are in

weapons handling
hostage situations
combat
swimming
running
calm in extremely dangerous situations

There main missions lie in Counter-terrorism within Norway, or the protection of Norwegian interests in other places, rather than subersive and sabotage of enemies capabilites.

It is believe that they also operate with other nations special forces (SAS, Delta Force, and DEVGRU, and GSG9.)


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[edit on 30-3-2005 by blue cell]



posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 01:11 PM
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Paskal is strongly influenced by the tactics and organisation of British Special Boat. Paskal usually trains with GGK as well as US Navy SEALs, Indoneshia's KOPASKA and of course SBS. One of the problems Paskal is facing right know is low passing rates, therefore not having that many operatives.

Here as some of the tests they have to go through

7.8 km run in 24 minutes.
1.5 km swim in less than 25 minutes.
6.4 km swimm in the sea with full combat load in under 120 minutes.
Free style swimming for 1.5 km 31 minutes
Swimming with hands and feet tyed together for about 75 meters
Diving with out breathing aparatus for 50 meters


Its main mission is to protect Naval bases all over Malaysia.







I was wondering do we have a unit with this mission? I know we had Red Cell test the security of bases but there not around anymore and thats a different mission anyway.



[edit on 31-3-2005 by blue cell]



posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 04:14 PM
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This group is called the
commando helicopter force, there divided into four squadrons 845 and 846 being the the tactical airlift squadrons and 847 provides air support while 848 is the main training group. They are trained in small-arms handling as well as tactics and survival fieldcraft. I wonder if this unit has done training exercises with the Night Stalkers and USAF special ops does anybody have any info on that.



posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 06:36 PM
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Heres the ACTUAL site for them...
www.royal-navy.mod.uk...
Heres another simpler one;
www.royal-navy.mod.uk...


[edit on 26/02/2005 by devilwasp]



posted on Mar, 31 2005 @ 06:46 PM
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Originally posted by devilwasp
Heres the ACTUAL site for them...
www.royal-navy.mod.uk...
Heres another simpler one;
www.royal-navy.mod.uk...


[edit on 26/02/2005 by devilwasp]


Links not working for some reason googled it and was going to add that page but it wasn't working.



posted on Apr, 1 2005 @ 08:22 AM
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Originally posted by blue cell


Links not working for some reason googled it and was going to add that page but it wasn't working.


But the links are working now ....


[edit on 1-4-2005 by blue cell]



posted on Apr, 7 2005 @ 08:40 PM
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This unit is Greece's naval warfare unit its called MYK its main missions are infiltration and sabotage of enemy shipping and bases, hydrographic surveys, ordance disposal, and maretime counter-terrorism.

I wonder if this unit did any stuff for Athens, Does anybody have any info?


[edit on 7-4-2005 by blue cell]

[edit on 7-4-2005 by blue cell]



posted on Apr, 7 2005 @ 08:50 PM
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The french COFUSCO units...
The "Marine Commandos" of COFUSCO (Commandement des Fusiliers Marins Commandos) provide the French Navy with an elite special operations strike force. COFUSCO currently makes up the naval component of COS, and conducts operations in support of French naval and intelligence services.

www.specwarnet.com...
I will post more in the morning...



posted on Apr, 8 2005 @ 07:19 PM
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Here is some world war II history about the
SBS
pretty intresting stuff. I never knew that we had commandos that attacked enemy shipping in world war II, I though only the Italians did that!



posted on Apr, 8 2005 @ 07:33 PM
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MMMM SBS history!
Did you know that they where the first unit to board and destroy a ship by air?



posted on Apr, 8 2005 @ 07:40 PM
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Originally posted by devilwasp
MMMM SBS history!
Did you know that they where the first unit to board and destroy a ship by air?


Wow I never new that tell me more!



posted on Apr, 8 2005 @ 07:46 PM
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Originally posted by blue cell
Wow I never new that tell me more!

During the falklands they picked up an argentinian "fishing" boat that was a bit too close to the task force for likeing...the boat still wouldnt leave after multiple attempts to contact it and tell it politely in true RN fashion to Fujijaj off... **didnt swear** so after the harriers tried bombing it with J-damms **which dont really work on ships** they sent in a helicopter load of SBS guys..
They couldnt get onto it at first due to weather and not being able to get the rope down...but a friendly "fisherman" on board helped them !
They stormed the boat, rescued the injured crew, stole the wheel and blew the sinking ship up with charges...



posted on Apr, 8 2005 @ 08:11 PM
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This unit is a unit that operated in the pacific in world war II they were called the marine
raiders. They had three main missions, spearhead amphibious landings on beaches thought to be inaccessible, conduct raids, and operate behind enemy lines disrupting the enemy from behind. This unit was I believe the start of the Navy SEALs and Force Recon not sure though. Oh yeah I know the UDTs were the start of the navy seals, but they conducted demolition missions this unit operated like the navy seals operated in Vietnam and today.



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