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Доктрина | Просмотров: 961 | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 26.05.2009


Special Forces U.S. ARMY | Просмотров: 947 | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 26.05.2009

Такой паек — это пакет из толстого пластика коричневого цвета размерами 25×15×5 сантиметров. На нем указан номер меню — всего их двадцать четыре — и название основного блюда. Например, “меню номер 21, запеченная курятина с сыром”. Также есть уведомление о только что совершенном вами преступлении: “Собственность правительства США. Коммерческая перепродажа незаконна”.
Cнаряжение | Просмотров: 1729 | Author: © Сергей Жаров | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 07.02.2009

The 10th Special Forces Group (10th SFG) is another brigade-sized unit assigned to Fort Carson, CO.

It is assigned to the U.S. Army's Special Operations Command located at Fort Bragg, N.C. The group trains for and conducts combat, unconventional warfare, special reconnaissance, and foreign internal defense missions.

It consist of a group headquarters and support units and three subordinate battalions. One of these battalions, the 1st Battalion, is forward deployed at Panzer Kaserne, near Stuttgart, Germany.

Special Forces U.S. ARMY | Просмотров: 1371 | Author: www.globalsecurity.org | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 07.02.2009

The 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) was first constituted as the 1st Company, 1st Battalion, 1st Special Service Force on July 9, 1942 at Camp William Harrison, Montana. This specialized Canadian-United States unit was organized and trained to conduct commando raids against Nazi Germany's fledging nuclear weapons capability in the the Scandinavian region of occupied Europe. However, the unit was diverted to the campaign in the Aleutian Islands, where they were confronted by not only Japanese, but the brutal arctic climate.

Special Forces U.S. ARMY | Просмотров: 1392 | Author: www.globalsecurity.org | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 07.02.2009

The 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) derives its lineage from the unit of World War II fame -- The First Special Service Forces. "The Devils Brigade" -- a combined Canadian-American Force, constituted 5 July 1942 in the Army of the United States as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment,1st Battalion, Third Regiment,1st Special Service Force.
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The 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) was activated at Fort Bragg, NC on 29 June 1990. In the mid-1990s the Third Special Forces Group had as its responsibility all of the Caribbean and all of the western part of the continent of Africa. The reactivation of Fort Bragg's 3rd Special Forces Group brought to five the number of Special Forces groups on active-duty status. Each group has three battalions, a group support company and a headquarters company. The companies have six Operational Detachment Alphas, or A-teams, assigned to them. The ODA is the heart and soul of SF operations.
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The 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne) was officially activated at on 24 June 1957, at Camp Drake, Japan. The unit was activated even though all its elements were either en route to Okinawa or on temporary duty in South Vietnam on that date. The 1st SFG thereafter sent a number of mobile training teams to conduct missions in Thailand, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, and South Vietnam.
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An A-Team cannot deploy or operate without the support of the B Team. The B-Team consists of 11 personnel and is the headquarters element of the Special Forces company. It acts as the command and control of the A-Teams within the company. The B-Team establishes and operates the AOB, or Advanced Operational Base. The B Team can and does - Plan and conduct SF operations separately or as part of a larger force; Train and prepare SF A-Teams for deployment; Infiltrate and exfiltrate operational areas by air, land, or sea; Conduct operations in remote areas and hostile environments for extended periods of time with minimal external direction or support; Develop, organize, equip, train, and advise or direct indigenous combat forces up to regimental size in Special Operations (SO); Train, advise, and assist other U.S. and allied forces and agencies.
Special Forces U.S. ARMY | Просмотров: 1133 | Author: www.globalsecurity.org | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 07.02.2009

The primary operational element of a Special Forces company, an A-Team consists of 12 Special Forces Soldiers; two officers, and ten sergeants. All team members are SF qualified and cross-trained in different skills. They are also multi-lingual. The A-Team is almost unlimited in it's capabilities to operate in hostile or denied areas. A-Teams can infiltrate and exfiltrate their area of operations by air, land, or sea. An A-Team can operate for an indefinite period of time in remote locations with little or no outside support. They are truly independent, self-sustaining "detachments". A-Teams routinely train, advise and assist other U.S. and allied forces and other agencies while standing by to perform other special operations as directed by higher authorities. All detachment members are capable of advising, assisting, and directing foreign counterparts in their function up through battalion level.
Special Forces U.S. ARMY | Просмотров: 984 | Author: www.globalsecurity.org | Добавил: infantry | Дата: 07.02.2009

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