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Originally posted by Observer83
How much would one of those suits cost, i would guess you couldnt have corps of such soldiers and with such suits explosives would break your body even if there wouldnt be visible wounds. About bullets can be certain, as the pressure from hit would go so large area thanks to nano size fabric that you wouldnt even faint, like modern ringmail.
Originally posted by shadarlocoth
love shadowXIX idea's Would take them a little farther though.
1. Genetic engeneer all the kids that would go into the program test tube babys. To be stronger, smarter, faster you get the idea.
Originally posted by blue cell
Okay first my SF unit would be divided into 10 special units, Desert Warriors, Jungle Fighters, Forest Rangers, mountain Group, Extreme Weather Unit, Urban Fighters, Airborne Troopers, SBS unit, SEAL unit, and UDT unit.
1.Desert Warrior Training
Desert Warrior Training would consist of learning how to use desert vehicles, learning how to use desert camoflauge, and learning how to set booby traps, and ambushes in the desert. There would also be several endurance tests, one test would be a 25 mile run in the heat with full load in no less than 6 hours. Also another test would be to evade from SAS, and US rangers equiped with jeeps, trucks, and helicopters in the Sahara desert for 96 hours. In addition to this daily calisthenics would be done, pushups, jumping jacks, running, pull ups, swimming, etc. In addition to this they would learn how to do patrols, long range reconnasiance, sabotages, intelligence gathering, insertion techniques, hand to hand combat, and advanced shooting skills.
2. Special Courses
desert vehicle mechanic training
advanced medical training
advanced demolition training
advanced scout training
heavy weapons training
heavy weapons man
search and rescue
Just wanted to add some things I never though of
[edit on 29-1-2005 by blue cell]