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posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 11:04 AM
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I've read that you need a secret clearance to get into Delta Force. What exactly is a secret clearance?




posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 02:22 PM
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Remember Clearance "Lumpy" Rutherford from Leave It to Beaver? He had this secret. His dad, Fred, let him in on the secret knowledge that the Rutherfords were one of the 13 families that ruled the world.

Either that, or it means they have to be cleared to have the ability to have secret/top secret government info shared with them.

Of course, I could be wrong.



posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 03:48 PM
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Well I dont think you would need secret clearence, they arent really that secret, everyone knows they exist, just another branch of the army just a bit more trained and put into higher risk areas where basic lackeys would get ripped apart.

If its like the SAS, you would have had to serve a while in the forces before you are chosen. I dont know too mch about them, dont care too much for the US military, im a British military man myself. (kind of)



posted on Jul, 21 2005 @ 04:33 PM
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You need to be able to qualify for a TS clearance for a position within that particular unit- as with many other SOF; Delta's ops usually fall into the black side of warfare. Like Zanzibar said, you must be a seasoned vet with 'experience'. There is a whole lot to the recruitment process, much no one know's.
I've noticed your posting alot of specops questions, there's ton's of relevant info at: www.specialoperations.com... Check it out



posted on Jul, 26 2005 @ 03:50 PM
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Take it as you wish to.

The following statement is being made by a Staff Sergeant in the USAF, with 7 years of active duty, and 6 tours in 2 wars. I also personnally know people, and I will leave this statement slightly open ended. Sorry.

There are degrees to clearence which is only used as a tool to classify who are allowed to know, but almost always intelligence is still on a need to know basis only. Which is to say: Just because you hold a secret clearence does not automatically make all secret clearance information available to you, unless you need to know it for your duties.

security clearances also dictate what areas you are allowed to roam freely without a chaperone in some government facilities, and especially the military instillation in which you are assigned.

I am a firefighter in the Air Force, and even with a certain (I won't discuss my security clearance level) clearance level there are places I may have to go to fight a fire, but I will still be watched closely by security forces while I fight a fire in certain areas.

security clearance background checks don't only include the individual that is being reviewed for a specific security clearance level. They will review the entire lives and affiliations of your parents and siblings, and for higher security clearences they will review all known information on not only your parents and siblings, but your grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, ex-bosses, and friends, to include all people in your high school photo album you appeared with in the photos for extra-carricular activities. They will also find out what countries they have travelled to in their entire lives. They will review what mailing lists you are on. They will review what websites they frequent to determine the interests of those closest to you, or those who have had an influence on the way an applicant's outlook on life.

Hope this helps answer some of your inquiries.



posted on Jul, 27 2005 @ 11:07 AM
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there is no secret clearance to be in Delta, they select u to be a potential Delta. they will contact u in a couple of ways after they review yer records that u could be one of them.



posted on Jul, 27 2005 @ 11:35 AM
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Secret clearance is the level of government or company information that you will have access if working with them.

Background clearance can take up to a year depending what type of job you will be doing.

Now a days a ID card with computer ship will take care of the levels you can search information, plus it keeps track of what you are trying to get.

These ID's are the only way for the person to get into their computers becasue they are inserted in the working station they are assign too, making easier for the government or company to have more control of the personnel and what he is doing during working hours.



posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 12:10 AM
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a secret clearance allows you to be in certan areas, and know certan things that others below your clearance arent allowed to know. that's all really.



posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 05:59 AM
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Some very informative info here relating to government clearances


And a more user-friendly site here

And a wonderfully uncomplicated page about prerequisites in Delta Force (just scroll down a bit past the links).

There's some really neat info there.



posted on Aug, 17 2005 @ 10:51 PM
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Originally posted by Tinkleflower
Some very informative info here relating to government clearances


And a more user-friendly site here

And a wonderfully uncomplicated page about prerequisites in Delta Force (just scroll down a bit past the links).

There's some really neat info there.


I must say these are some awsome sights you've found....good on ya.






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