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"I'm in the spec ops (green beret) world in the military I have heard of a lot of groups in the military that become rogue or even some that are super secret (like the virginia boys who work closely with Delta Force and Marine Force Recon, sometimes PJs and even SEAL's aka Sea Air and Land). I checked up on them on the internet, apparently they are a cavalry troop that is not part of the Army mainly because they don't have a UIC (unit identification code) even Delta Force has a UIC, Virginia Boys don't because they are CIA operatives, but still considered military."
Originally posted by Nygdan
Its contradictory that this group would be part of delta force and also be part of the CIA. Why would the military give the CIA control over part of it, why would they even work with CIA types that closely? THe military and CIA are normally kept pretty seperate, the CIA has its own paramilitary, it doesn't need to use the US army.
Also, from the above, I gather then that the Viriginia Boys are a cavalry special ops unit?