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Ultra, Ultra High Secret Special Force (Seeking info)

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posted on Sep, 21 2007 @ 04:10 PM
Hey ive read about some secret special forces, deployed in the Vietnams rain forests.
Those special force groups are very hard to seek information about.
But im not looking for those, i am looking for the Ultra high secret stuff, the ones that are extremly hard to find.
I am hopping that someone knows a underground site about them, or just a regular one.
Not a fimiliar name like Delta Force or Spetsnaz.
Ultra secret stuff.
I want to know about a new group, a new name never been discussed out here.
I hope that some one knows something, just a name is big enough.
These special groups i ment was the one that is not working with the regular warfare, the one that we cant see .

I remmember reading about a special team that was deployed in kenya, and it was monitoring or observing a group of beasts or man like monkeys never been seen .. these groups that deals with this stuff.

Help me here this is for a document for the school, no joking subject involved in here.

I dont know were i should post and i took a chance and did it here becasue of the Special force subject.

I will not look for google becasue i am hopping that there is a proffesion in here with the special force subject in his mind could take care of it .

I hope that my english was good enough,,, 2 bad it wasnt on swedish wee need this stuff here 2.... .=( ok thx for your time and have a great day all ATS members...

posted on Sep, 21 2007 @ 07:50 PM
To my knowledge, there is no such group -- This has been asked before, and discussed before on this site and never without an relevant answers.

posted on Sep, 21 2007 @ 08:07 PM
Look up something called "Blue Light" ... it was a 1970s era US Army special forces unit that was similar to the 1st SFOD "Delta Force" but even more covert. Supposedly it was disbanded when Delta Force was created in the late 1970s but as we all know ...

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 03:35 AM
Task Force Orange.

Best I can offer.

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 03:52 AM

This site fades in an out at times, links are not 100% reliable, but you might get some leads their

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 06:23 AM
thx for the names, as long as i get these its ok with me... THX alot..

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 09:46 AM
I have a book about German special forces who fought in veitnam for the French then the Americans a little later.
Can't remember their name though.

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 10:01 AM
reply to post by SKUNK2

The book that you might be referring to could be Devil's Guard, by George Robert Elford. This 1971 publication recounts the story of German SS units, trapped behind Soviet lines when the war ended.

These trapped German units fought their way out of the Soviet Union and they managed to join the French Foreign Legion. From there, they were sent to fight for the French in IndoChina -- VietNam.

I have my doubts about the authenticity of the story but, nevertheless, it was a good read.

Devils' Guard

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 10:09 AM

Originally posted by Iblis
Task Force Orange.

Best I can offer.

2 relatives of mine would agree, " S N I P " Both are getting checked from uncle sam for life because of it, and I don't mean regular money. One of the two lives in the mountains, in a home he created out of a huge cave on a peak. crazy stuff, but I could never get any info, other than they are getting paid now for their troubles. and that the latter relative i mentioned will never be the same again..

I dont discuss war with any of my family members. it's not a friendly topic, ever. and I really mean never.

Please Do Not Evade Automatic Censors

[edit on 9/22/2007 by benevolent tyrant]

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 10:17 AM
One name that you might add to your list of "Ultra, Ultra High Secret Special Forces" might be "Grey Fox".

There is little information available on this particular "secret unit" but you might start with ATS Forum discussion on "Grey Fox"

posted on Sep, 22 2007 @ 02:31 PM
hmm interesting,,,
i wonderd wich unit they use for Area 51 if somethings happend, leets suppose that an alien hybrid got crazy and started to fight and create a little war game down there. heheh far fecht.. anyway what unit would be deploeyd down there.. riminds me of the game Area 52.

posted on Sep, 28 2007 @ 08:48 AM

Originally posted by ChrisF231
Look up something called "Blue Light" ... it was a 1970s era US Army special forces unit that was similar to the 1st SFOD "Delta Force" but even more covert. Supposedly it was disbanded when Delta Force was created in the late 1970s but as we all know ...

Blue Light was a Pilot unit when the lack of counter-terrorism capabilities became an issue. It was comprised of folks from 5th SFG(A). Charlie Beckwith and Richard Meadows(the founders of Delta), having trained with the British SAS, came up with the model on which Delta would be founded. Blue Light went away, as it was redundant and taking up resources that Delta would be using.

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 03:07 PM
There is a "code Victor" unit, USMC black ops

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 10:29 PM
i got a feeling that anyone that would know about Modern Black Ops... would be required to have a Top Secret Clearance... or maybe Super Top Secret (i thnk thats it.. kinda tired..)

and i believe they would not be at liberty to even tell you the name of the Operations...

if you get any responses for MODERN black ops... take them cautiously.... because i believe its a death sentence to reveal something like that.... (top secret info) ... and i doubt anyone is willing to die to tell somone on ATS a name of a Op...

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 10:33 PM
From my own personal research, the best of the best are the Deltas. The stuff I've read about Task Force Orange is relatively unimpressive , after all, they've been tasked with getting bin Laden and haven't done it.

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 10:51 PM
The Sigint Ninja uses a combination of old school ninja skills with new school military technology. NVD's, EMD's, and self healing suits with computers that apply pressure to wounds when detected. Sigint Ninjas mainly operate in darkness, and have a high understanding of both artificial and natural camouflage. It has been known for Sigint's to operate in daylight given proper camo and movement techniques. No man is a Sigint Ninjas enemy, the Sigint's enemy is only sound and light.

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 11:13 PM
Detachement Grey Sock. I've discussed them in other SF threads here at ATS. very, very elite stuff.

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 11:20 PM
reply to post by BASSPLYR

Would you please link to one of those threads? I've been googling around and can't find anything.

On a side note, I don't know if the "Nine Unknown Men" qualify as a SpecOps group, but I think they are worth looking into.

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 11:38 PM
I was kidding. I wrote about them in the other threads titled who's the best special forces yadda yadda....

I was making a joke that the SF team detachement grey sock go around on a clandestine program to steal your socks from the dryer to use them for fuel in the reactors of the Grey spaceships. the socks also repel various intergalactic aliens. good to know.

Seriously though,

I would look into Red Cell, and what Richard Marcinko was up to in the 90's. Red Cell isn't around anymore in it's current form. It's going by a different name now. Devgru, but what became of the skills that those men developed back in the original red cell must have sprouted off into some seriously spooky SF teams. the original red cell as headed by Richard Marcinko was a dirty dozen of the best of the best navy seals from SEAL team 6, which was the very best navy seal team for counter terrorism. Richard says that Red Cell and Team 6 had other missions that were off the books, like making assasinations look like a terrorist event (car bombings, etc), hunting down terrorists and assasinating them. check out what you can dig up on that group.

[edit on 3-10-2007 by BASSPLYR]

posted on Oct, 3 2007 @ 11:55 PM
The kinds of groups you are asking about, don't exist, for very long. Once the tasking has been completed, the unit is disbanded and members sent in opposite directions. Grey Fox, Medusa, Black Gama or any other number of code names exist only for the required use.

Granted Grey Fox was intentionally leaked, and has survived as a operating unit much longer than their counter parts. The purpose was to do a certain task, and when those tasks are complete, sop rules and eventually they will disband as well.

The JSOC has any number of said units and the individuals who make up these groups may train together for the prepping of the op, but as always these teams have a tendacy to disband. Surely enough only to be mixed with other individuals for a new tasking. Regular SF units that operate and are not broken up afterwards are the Green Beenies, SEALS and any number of JSOC regular components.

However any secret covert unit, is just that, secret and unknown. Which is why the sop is to break them up afterward. To ensure it stays that way.

As for these sigint guys, they specialise in communications recon, aka listening in on conversations. Thus they can be found within nearly any fielded SF unit. They are a specialty and are not completely self dependant. They can be, but to be proficient they are better mixed with those who can worry about the security and assualts.

If you want examples of such units, just look up the history of the OSS, and foreign counterparts, plenty will be found.

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