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Work in afghan

on Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:37 pm
Since the middle east is so much the same what are navy seals doing different than what green berets and marsoc do as well as the combat controllers and pararescue men? To me is seems like everyone is doing something very similar since it's the same thing over and over
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:19 am
You are right to a certain extent, i'm assuming you've read my post when someone asked about the difference in all of the Special Operations community, But to answer your question yes you are right to an extent, there is a ton of the same type of work being done across the board. Most of which is direct action and unconventional warfare due to the fact that the enemy is hard to find since they all look alike. Green Berets are the ones who are masters at UW so really they set the pace for everyone else. SEAL teams usually rely on good reconnaissance from other units to determine where their man is. If your Recon is bad then that could be a very bad day. MSOTS typically do a lot of patrolling during the day, talking to individuals and collecting information, then doing their missions during the night. PJs and CCT do what they would do anywhere else in the world as their job is pretty straight foward.
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:21 am
Did you like working in the dark?
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:22 am
For sure. you can see what's going on but nobody can see you. You can also point things out with infared lasers at night so that your team can see.
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:34 am
What makes special ops different from infantry over there?
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:43 am
Special Operations you are behind enemy lines, meaning you are up to 100 miles away from the nearest friendly force. You are conducting missions in this area with no room for error as you may not have backup. You are doing things regular forces aren't able to do, and they rely on you to make sure you do your job so that their job is not in harms way. You are like the big brother . It's a much more professional environment compared to standard ops. Infantry guys- ha well infantry is nothing more than controlling a small area at a time, making sure there are no threats in the area and making peace. In infantry you go to your base each day, if you are in Special Operations you are away from base up to 4 days at a time, especially if you are "hunting".
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:46 am
That's cool as fuck man. If you could do the training over again could you do it?
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Re: Work in afghan

on Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:49 am
Lol absolutely not. All that wears your body out drastically and i'm now in my 30's. That's a young persons game, but i'm also not in the same shape as I was. I am actually going to start back with working out and running here soon. Actually tomorrow as a matter of fact.
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