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Difference between of Special Operation Forces

on Sun Sep 24, 2017 11:06 pm
Yes I know this has been answered 100000000 times already but everyone says different things about it. I wanted to listen to steve's business insider opinion but couldn't open the link.
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Re: Difference between of Special Operation Forces

on Sun Sep 24, 2017 11:07 pm
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Re: Difference between of Special Operation Forces

on Mon Sep 25, 2017 12:09 am
FUCK just FUCK. This question has been asked more times that Einstein can count. I will post this in writing so nobody else asks.

JSOC: Joint special operations command
DEVGRU (Team 6)- UHVT (Ultra high value targets)
CAG 1SFODD- Hostage rescue missions, UHVT
24th Special Tactics Sqadron- Consists of seasoned CCT and PJ's. Usually these guys have been in for some time and have proved themselves.
ISA Intel support activity- Not too familiar with these folks.
Ranger Regimental Recon- Reconaissance for CAG and DEVGRU

SOCOM: Special operation command

NAVY: NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE
Seals- Deploy in small units, Search for HVT's, and perform operations in and from aquatic environments. The only unit that does not have a ROE (rules of engagement). A lot of their missions are based on high ranking individuals or scenarios that call for wet suits and re breathers. A lot of piracy is dealt with SEAL teams. They can perform HALO/HAHO jumps and insert in an area from the sky, from the sea by using a delivery pod, or travel on land.

SWCC- Special Warfare Combatant Crewman- Typically they transport SEAL Teams and extract them if the mission is in a maritime environment.They are also called SBT or special boat teams.

AIR FORCE: AFSOC
Combat Control Teams- Typically they link up with other Special Operations forces to conduct flight ops, setup large LZ's, create airfields, and call in CAS (close air support)
Pararescue- Perform CSAR or combat search and rescue for troops that are in critical condition, Basically well educated doctors that are armed and are able to treat a patient immediately . They train a lot with medicine as well as surgical practices. Their helo's are equipped with oxygen, blood, heart monitors, nitroglycerin's, and any supplies for trauma.
Special Operations Weather Team- Never worked with these guys. As far as I know they create a forecast for missions as well as setup global forecasts for the most optimal conditions.

MARINE CORPS: MARSOC
Critical Skills Operator (now called Raiders again)- In charge of going to some of the most remote areas of a hostile environment to conduct Special Reconaissance and direct action on HVT's . Are trained in HALO/HAHO as well as VBSS (visit board search and seizure). In maritime environments, they can be tasked with infiltrating large ships and cargo vessels to conduct high risk missions that require fast movement, agility, accuracy and precision.

ARMY: ARSOC
GREEN BERETS (THE Special Forces of the U.S. military)- Build local army's, fight the enemy through unconventional warfare, train non combatants to be combatants, setup checkpoints before any other forces reach an area, take over occupied areas to allow friendly forces to navigate.
75th Ranger Regiment- A light infantry that is used as a QRF or quick reaction force. They are most always doing joint ops with an SF detach team to assist in keeping their assets from being compromised.
SOAR Special Operation Aviation Regiment (night stalkers)- Great pilots that have been flying for 10 plus years. They usually go into HLZ's to extract other SOF and SF members when needed.

STRENGTHS: (IN A NUTSHELL)
SEALS- HIGH VALUE TARGET NEUTRALIZATION, AQUATIC INSERTIONS/EXTRACTIONS. ANYTHING TO DO WITH WATER SEALS ARE USUALLY THE FIRST.
SWCC- TRANSPORTATION OF SEALS AND MARINES
COMBAT CONTROL- CLOSE AIR SUPPORT AND SETTING UP LANDING ZONES
PARARESCUE- COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE
CRITICAL SKILLS OPERATOR- SPECIAL RECONNAISSANCE AND FAST HIGH RISK OPERATIONS, VBSS
SF- BUILDING ARMY'S, USING UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE TO FIGHT THE ENEMY.
75TH RANGER REGIMENT- QUICK REACTION FORCE, SF'S PUPPETSFOR DIRECT ACTION
SOAR- HOT EXTRACTIONS
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