Special Forces Combat Training

Special Forces combat training is different from the general military and not uniformed by itself as it defined by the specific goals of each force, and, at times, by specific operational requirements.

In their traditional role as front-line, behind enemy lines, and dip penetration recon units, Special Forces training isn’t much different from the general military, but just more intense.

When acting on the hostile territory in false flag operations Special Forces actions should be brutal and effective. In the same time they should not be overly bold or to have some kind of unit signature and should not be unnecessary antagonistic to neutral or unsuspicious population.

However, the expended role of Special Forces in the modern low intensity conflicts often place them in the situations that closer to police operational environment then to military. Unarmed combat training should take this into account which not always happened.

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