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special forces team for space???

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posted on Aug, 26 2008 @ 09:52 AM
im not sure if i posted this in the right place

does anyone know if there is a navy seal team type of special forces team or branch of the military? what is its name whats there weapons and which ships craft do they use?
i know they must have super high speed transport vehicle for this team it might be the aurora it might be those triangle ufo does anyone know of any patches or special designations for this team. i know they exist can anyone shed more light on this subject???

posted on Aug, 26 2008 @ 12:14 PM
They might be researching it. But on the moment what use would such a team have? Other human powers don't realy have much up there that could be a potential target for a mission by such a team. And armed satelites and the like are more easier dealt with missle's or laser/energy based waepons then sending in the Space Marines. So at the moment it would space stations or shuttles that would be targetd, but unless you plan a take over with operate response from the affected spacepower(death SF team afther missle/laser/energy weapon hits).

posted on Aug, 26 2008 @ 04:46 PM
Frankly, space is a bad place for human operations, especially human military operations. missiles and unmanned probes are much cheaper, and can do any plausible military mission in space.

There's nothing to capture, no reason to capture it, and the distances involved are so vast to make sending people a losing proposition.

posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 12:55 PM
There is no Seal type team for space, but if there was it would fall under Special Operation Space Command. This is part of the militaries Unified Command. Most of the people I know working with them are engineers and PHD types.

posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 03:12 PM
It is illegal to do this, if you where a true alien you woulod know this> there can be no rockets with a weapons payload in space, orbiting space or the moon or any other bodies.

That means, no bio weapons, no warheads, no nuclear reactors, or nucluer engines(wich is crazy!!) or nucleur plants, no laser guns, no disintergrators, no flash guns, no satalite armed with any of the above, or for any to be in outer orbit/moon, or any other bodies

posted on Aug, 28 2008 @ 01:01 AM
reply to post by monkeybus

Honestly, I don't think aliens would care about that sort of thing. They aren't bound by any treaties I've ever seen. Frankly, it's nigh-impossible to get one to be a signatory in a treaty, let alone get one on decent quality video.

But there's no law against nuclear engines (except possibly nuclear pulse-detonation engines), reactors, or generators in space. RTGs are actually fairly common in space exploration probes. China plans to put a robot rover with one on the moon pretty soon. They're handy because they last for decades and don't require sunlight.

The main reason that major powers agree to not militarize space is that it's not particularly effective anyway. space-based weaponry is rather vulnerable and expensive. Both China and the US have the capability to knock satellites right out of orbit, and it wouldn't be a stretch to assume Russia does too. There's just no real good defense against comparatively cheap anti sat missiles, and the advantages gained by being in space aren't yet enough to outweigh the problems.

posted on Aug, 28 2008 @ 09:46 AM
come on do really think space isn't weaponized do really think that with the threat of alien race trying to invade or kill us that the worlds military would not have space weaponized??? killer asteroid?? aliens? come on space is weaponized legal or not? believe what you want im gonna go with that space is already weaponzied

[edit on 28-8-2008 by truthseekerpeacemaker]

posted on Aug, 28 2008 @ 10:01 AM
I have read something about Space-bourne Special Forces, but, the source is quite fantastical, I'll admit.
Read it yourself, it's edge-of-your-seat kind of stuff, but, fantastical.

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