Learn about these US Special Ops Units
1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (SFOD-D), also known as Delta Force, is the Army’s Tier 1 counterterrorism unit. Created in the late 1970s to deal with international terrorism, the Unit also specializes in Hostage Rescue, Direct Action, Special Reconnaissance, among other skillsets.Learn More
The name SEAL is actually an acronym standing for: Sea, Air and Land. These small elite teams of men work on our nation’s most important and secret missions. With nothing less than a global responsibility SEAL Teams are constantly deployed covering all reaches of the planet. Intelligence operatives, commandos, demolition experts and teachers describe the men who make up the operational arm of Naval Special Warfare.Learn More
The 75th Ranger Regiment is the US Army’s premier airborne light infantry unit. Specializing in raids and airfield seizures, the Regiment is one of very few units that has been constantly deployed since 9/11, with each Ranger battalion having rotated into a combat zone in the neighborhood of fifteen times each.Learn More
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US Special Operators Have Mastered a Tricky Infiltration Method, But There’s Still a Chance They Could Come Crashing Through Your Roof
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