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: The Encyclopedia of the World's Special Forces: Tactics, History, Strategy, Weapons
: Mike Ryan, Chris Mann, Alexander Stilwell
: Barnes & Noble
: 2003
: 264
: Mirknig.su
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Since the advent of special forces units in World War II, governments and armies have trained small, elite teams of soldiers to perform operations deemed too risky or demanding for regular troops. Training to enter the special forces is harsh in the extreme, and the few who enter the ranks of the elite can expect a life of intense operational danger. Special forces missions include counter-insurgency, hostage rescue, sabotage, spying, covert surveillance and force ambush. Most of these operations are performed deep behind hostile lines or within enemy strongholds. With a battlefield effect out of all proportion to their numbers, special forces today are usually the first into combat and the last out.


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