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Could it be Black Fox?
'Grey Fox' closes in on prize scalp: Saddam
Peter Beaumont examines the new role of a secret unit that worked in the Balkans, Afghanistan and Colombia
Sunday June 22, 2003
The most secretive military unit in the US armed forces is code-named Grey Fox. Over the past two months its role has been boiled down to a single mission: the hunt for Saddam Hussein and his sons Uday and Qusay.
And if Saddam is now dead, killed last week, it is certain Grey Fox was involved: Saddam would be its biggest catch since the downfall of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
Officially members of a unit named 'Intelligence Support Activity', Grey Fox was established by the Pentagon in 1981 to work as manhunters, assassins and deep penetration agents.