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Mensaje  Dreis el Vie Mayo 10 2013, 11:37

PARA POSTEAR FOTOS DE GREEN BERETS (+ REFERENCIA)

USOPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM US

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U.S Army Special Forces soldiers on patrol in Iraq, 2005.
sourced from public domain | Photo Courtesy of U.S. Army


A Special Forces soldier mans a MK 47 grenade launcher during an exercise in Iraq,2007.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Zachary Hernandez


A Special Forces soldier fires a Carl Gustav M3 recoilless anti-tank rifle at Camp Sheejan, Iraq.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Christopher Perez


U.S. Army Special Forces assigned to Special Operations Task Force-West Hadithah traveling through the Iraq countryside in an armored HMMWV.
sourced from public domain | US DoD photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Eli Medellin


U.S. Army Special Forces assigned to Special Operations Task Force-West Hadithah traveling through the Iraq countryside in an armored HMMWV.
sourced from public domain | US DoD photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Eli Medellin


U.S. Special Forces soldiers, on foot and on up-armored HMMWVs, from the 7th Special Forces Group, in the village of Makarim, Iraq, 2008
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rasheen A. Douglas


A U.S Army Special Forces soldier, wearing night vision goggles, provides cover for a joint US Special Forces - Iraqi Special Operations Forces night raid.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Navy photo taken by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Brett Cote


Special Forces soldiers on a join operation with Iraqi Commandos, Baghdad, 2007. Part of US strategy against the insurgency has included having Special Forces establish, train and operate alongside Iraqi Special Operations Forces.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Navy Photograph by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class (AW) Johansen Laurel


A Green Beret fires a M4A1 carbine at a range in Iraq.
sourced from public domain | Photo by Army Sgt. Jeffrey A. Ledesma


A Special Forces soldiers fires a M136 84mm rocket launcher during training at Basrah, Iraq, May 2009.
sourced from public domain | Photo by U.S. Army Spc. William Hatton


A Special Forces soldier keeps watch while Iraqi SWAT operators carry out an operation in Ha Al Asar, Iraq. The soldier is armed with SCAR 5.56mmx45mm carbine, one of the latest weapons to enter the special operations arsenal.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Navy Photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Miguel Angel Contreras

US19th SPECIAL FORCES GROUP US
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(National Guard unit)


A U.S Army Special Forces soldier with the 19th Special Forces Group mans a M60 7.62mm machine gun mounted on a HMMWV, Afghanistan, 2004.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Horace Murray


U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers with the 19th Special Forces Group fast-rope down from a USAF HH-60G Pavehawk helicopter during a Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) exercise. The HH-60G is a modified UH-60 Blackhawk, with a similar set of sensors and countermeasures to the MH-60K/L birds flown by the Army's 160th SOAR. The helicopters are designed to penetrate hostile air space, at day or night, at low level and in adverse weather conditions, to rescue downed pilots or extract Special Operations Forces. The HH-60G Pavehawk squadrons train regularly with AFSOC Pararescuemen.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald


U.S. Army Soldiers of the 19th Special Forces Group, Utah National Guard, check their gear before embarking on a Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) exercise.
sourced from public domain | U.S.Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald


A Special Forces soldier of the 19th Special Forces Group, scans the desert from the doorway of a Blackhawk helicopter whilst on a combat search and rescue (CSAR) training exercise. The 19th Special Forces Group is a National Guard unit.
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by: MASTER SGT. KEVIN J. GRUENWALD


A soldier from the 19th Special Forces Group, Utah National Guard, provides security as his fellow Green Berets unload thier backpacks from a HH-60G Pavehawk helicopter.
sourced from public domain | U.S.Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald


A Special Forces soldier with the 19th Special Forces Group helps secure a landing zone (LZ) for a USAF HH-60G Pavehawk helicopter during a CSAR exercise.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald/Released


A Special Forces soldier with the 2nd Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group, provides security during a patrol exercise. Special Forces soldiers maintain the full range of basic infantry skills such as patrolling. The 19th Special Forces Group is an Army National Guard unit.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Dod photo by Staff Sgt. David Bruce

USOPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM - AFGHANISTAN US
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Special Forces soldiers watch as a MH-47 Chinook flown by the 160th SOAR takes off from an LZ in Afghanistan. Green Berets in Afghanistan grow their beards out in order to help gain respect from Afghanis, who view facial hair as a sign of masculinity.
sourced from public domain | photo : US DoD


U.S Army Special Forces soldiers of the 3rd Special Forces Group patrol through the Afghanistan countryside in a ground mobility vehicle (GMV). This GMV has 7.62mm M240 belt-fed machine gun fitted to a rail around a well in the vehicle's roof. Note the smoke canister launchers fitted above the windshield. When fired, these launchers create a smoke screen that assists with breaking a contact when ambushed.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Horace Murray


A Special Forces soldier armed with a M4A1 carbine whilst on operations in Orgun-e, Afghanistan, December 2002.
sourced from public domain | photo by Sgt. Steven M. Boone


U.S Army Special Forces soldiers of the 3rd Special Forces Group, Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) 342, in Afghanistan, 2002. The Green Beret on the right is manning a M240G 7.62mmx51mm machine gun, fitted with a 200-round ammo box, attached to a GMV (ground mobility vehicle, a specially modified HMMWV)
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by: SFC FRED GURWELL, USA


US Army Special Forces soldiers with Afghan National Army (ANA) troops in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by: Spc. Keith Henning


Army Special Forces soldiers from ODA 3336, 3rd Special Forces Group, recon the remote Shok Valley, Afghanistan.
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by: Photo by Sgt. David N. Gunn


U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers, manning .50 cal and M249 SAW machine guns mounted on an up-armored HMMWV, provide security during an operation in Kowst, Afghanistan, 2009.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo U.S.Army Staff Sgt.Russell Lee K


Members of a Special Forces ODA, Afghanistan, late 2001 working with members of the Northern Alliance. Note the SOFLAM laser designator mounted on a tripod. SF ODAs used the SOFLAM to devestating effect during the campaign against the Taliban. From outside of the range of the enemy's weapons, a skilled Special Forces soldier or AFSOC Combat Controller can call down accurate strikes from aircraft high overhead.
sourced from public domain | Photo : US Army


A Special Forces soldier exits a building during operations in Arghandab District, Afghanistan, October 2009. This SF soldier is toting a M4 CQBR and a rather splendid beard!
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Spc. Gino Palu


A US Army Special Forces soldier uses a smoke signal grenade to identify his position to an incoming helicopter during operations in Afghanistan.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Spc. Joseph A. Wilson/Released


Special Forces soldiers ride on a Polaris MV700 ATV / Quad bike with a MK47 40mm grenade launcher mounted on it. The soldier riding on the rear, next to a box of 40mm grenades, is toting a MK11 7.62mmx51mm sniper rifle. This photo was taken in Jalrez, Afghanistan, November 2009.
sourced from public domain | US DoD photo by Sgt. Teddy Wade


A U.S. Army Green Beret (Special Forces) soldier scans for targets during an engagement with the Taliban at Sangin, Afghanistan, April 2007.
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by Spc. Daniel Love, U.S. Army. (Released)


U.S. Army Special Forces exit a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter after it performs a pinnacle landing on a mountain top in Afghansitan. The Green Berets were on a mission to disrupt Taliban communications in Zabul province.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Aubree Clute


A Special Forces soldier pictured on operations with Afghan commandos in Affghanistan, 2010. This Green Beret is armed with a SCAR-H fitted with a bipod. The MK 17 Mod 0 SCAR-H is a 7.62mm x 51mm caliber rifle that has recently begun being fielded by US Special Operations Forces.
sourced from public domain | photo : US DoD


A U.S. Army Special Forces soldier peers through the scope of his M4A1 carbine while providing security during a cordon and search of a suspected bomb making facility at a remote village in the Arghandab District, Afghanistan, December 10, 2010.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo


A U.S. Army Special Forces soldier engages an insurgent sniper position during an operation, Chak district, Wardak province, Afghanistan, Oct. 9, 2011. US Special Forces, working with Afghan Commandos, carried out a clearing operation in order to disrupt Taliban forces in the area. Special Forces increasingly carry our operations with Afghan special operations forces, many of whom they trained themselves.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Kaily Brown(Released)


An American Special Forces soldier examines an electronic device during a special operation in Uruzgan, Afghanistan, April 2010. Note the M136 AT-4 84mm rocket launcher carried by the soldier on the right. The High Explosive Dual Purpose (HEDP) warhead variant of the M136 has been employed against Taliban-held bunkers and buildings.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Spc. Nicholas T. Lloyd Combined Joint Special Forces Task Force Afghanistan


An American Special Forces soldier uses an infrared laser pointer and illuminator device mounted on his rifle to scan for enemy activity during a night op in Afghanistan. Devices such as the PEQ-15 emit an infrared or visible search light and/or aiming device. When wearing Night Vision Goggles (NVGs), the user can use the infrared modes to search and area / point at a target without giving away their position to non-nvg-equipped enemy.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jeremy D. Crisp / Special Operations Task Force South


An American Special Forces soldier assigned to Special Operations Task Force - South East (SOTF-SE) overlooks Khas Uruzgan from the doorway of a U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter.
sourced from public domain | U.S. DoD photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class James Ginther


A United States Army Special Forces patrol prepare to board a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter as it lands at a site in Kunar province, Afghanistan. The Special Forces were carrying out a reconnaissance operation for a 'future village stability platform' ie a site from where to base coalition special operations forces and Afghan forces in order to live and work with Afghan villagers.
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Clayton Weiss, U.S. Navy

USUS ARMY SPECIAL FORCES DURING TRAINING EXERCISES US
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A Special Forces soldier looks down the scope of a MK 12 sniper rifle (Special Purpose Rifle).
sourced from public domain | U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eli J. Medellin


Green Berets of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) conduct pre-mission training in Nevada, March 2008. The 7th SFG (A) are normally assigned to the United States Southern Command (USSOUTHCOM) area of responsibility (AOR). Since 9/11, however, the 7th SFG have carried out numerous operations in Afghanistan.
sourced from public domain | Photo by Sgt. Daniel Love, 7th SFG(A) PAO


Special Forces soldiers of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) assault a simulated enemy bunker during pre-deployment training in Nevada, March 2006. Special Forces are constantly keeping their skill sets up to date, including techniques such as close quarters battle (CQB) and assault operations. The 7th SFG(A) is part of United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne).
sourced from public domain | Photo by Sgt. Daniel Love, 7th SFG(A) PAO


Special Forces soldiers of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), armed with M4 CQBR carbines fitted with Eotech holographic sights, undergoing urban combat training at Fort Bragg.
sourced from public domain | Photo by Sgt. Daniel Love, 7th Special Forces Group PAO


In this photo from several years ago, a U.S Army Special Forces soldier, of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), mans the MK19 40mm grenade launcher fitted to a ground mobility vehicle (GMV) whilst his fellow soldier appraoches a simulated IED during pre-mission training.
sourced from public domain | Photo by Sgt. Daniel Love, 7th SFG(A) PAO


Special Forces medics, from the 3rd Special Forces Group treat a simulated battlefield trauma case during training. Special Forces Medical Seargents (18D) are an integral part of SF ODAs. Not only can Special Forces Medics provide care for battlefield casualties, they can also help in 'hearts and minds' operations by providing medical care to local populations. Special Forces Medics are part of the reason that a SF ODA is such a versatile unit. SF Medics undergo 250 days of advanced medical training. They are versed in trauma management, infectious diseases, cardiac life support and surgical procedures. They also attain a basic level of
understanding of veterinary and dental medicine. Special Forces Medics also spend 2 months of the year on a trauma rotation in hospital emergency rooms.
sourced from public domain | Photo by SSG Corey T. Dennis


A Special Forces soldier prepares to enter a building during CQB training at Fort Bragg, N.C. This Green Beret is armed with a M4A1 carbine, a 5.56mmx45mm weapon fitted here with a ECOS-N aimpoint scope, M203 40mm grenade launcher, flashlight and PEQ-2 infrared laser. Special Forces soldiers are highly trained in close quarters battle (CQB) techniques. As part of the war on terror, Green Berets, and the indigenous forces that they have trained and mentored, have carried out numerous raids on insurgent-held buildings in both and Iraq.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Special Operations Command photo


Special Forces soldiers Alpha Co., 3rd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) demonstrate a 4-man stack during CQB training. Close Quarters Combat drills are practised regualry by the Green Berets. The various Special Forces Groups of the United States Army Special Operations Command have raided countless buildings / compounds during the ongoing war on terror.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Matthew S. Friberg


Special Forces from the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) (10th SFG(A)) demonstrate seizing a series of buildings on their training grounds at Stuttgart, Germany, 2008. The 10th Special Force Group's area of responsibility (AOR) is Europe (EUCOM). The 10th SFG (A), along with CIA Special Activities Division paramilitaries were among the first special operations forces to enter Iraq prior to the full scale invasion 2003. Working with Turkish Peshmerga militias, they drove the Al-Qaeda-affiliate terror group, Ansar al-Islam, out of their stronghold in Northern Iraq. When the invasion proper came, the 10th SFG(A) then mobilized the Peshmerga and succeeded in tieing up large numbers of Iraqi forces in the north of the country, preventing them defending against the main push by coalition forces from the south.
sourced from public domain | Defense Dept. photo by Tech. Sgt. Jerry Morrison


U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers atop a HMMWV, manning M2 .50 and M240 belt-fed machine guns
sourced from public domain | photo : U.S. Army


Special Forces soldiers with the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) perform room-clearing drills during CQB (Close Quarters Battle) training at the 'shoot house' at Fort Carson, Colorado. Note that one of the Special Forces soldiers is armed with a SCAR carbine.
sourced from public domain | DoD photo by Sgt. Steven L. Phillips


A Green Beret from the 10th Special Forces group, armed with a CQBR carbine, fitted with a Daniel Defense RIS II rail and other Block II accessories, undergoes Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat training at Fort Carson, Colorado.
sourced from public domain | Defense Dept. photo by Staff Sgt. Michael R. Noggle


Special Forces soldiers practice taking down a vehicle.
sourced from public domain | Photo : US DoD


Special Forces soldiers pictured during training. The foremost soldier is toting a M4A1 carbine loaded with simunition. Simunition is a non-lethal round that contains a water-soluble colored marking compound which allows for the accuracy of the operator's shots to be assessed.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released


Special Forces soldiers pictured during a hostage rescue training scenario at the Urban Operations Center on the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR)
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael R. Holzworth/Released


Green Berets with the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) perform a static-line parachute jump from the rear ramp of a Chinook helicopter. Static-line jumping is one of the basic parachuting skills that the Green Berets learn.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Henrique de Holleben


Special Forces combat divers, wearing rebreathers, train in seaborne infiltration techniques at the Special Forces Underwater Operations School in Key West, Florida.
One of the six Operational Detachtment Alpha (ODA) teams within each Special Forces Company is designated as a combat dive team. These teams specialize in open circuit and closed circuit SCUBA diving and other amphibious infiltration / exfiltration methods.
sourced from public domain | photo : USASOC


A U.S. Army Special Forces soldier assigned to the the 7th Special Forces Group, prepares to fire a M4 CQBR carbine during the Fuerzas Comando 2010 competition, Santo Domingo, June 2010
sourced from public domain | Photo: US DoD


U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers assigned to Bravo Company, 4th Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) attack an enemy position during a training exercise, December 2009
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Jeremy D. Crisp


Green Berets with with the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) check their equipment before jumping out of a MC-130H Combat Talon II aircraft. Note the altimeters worn on the soldier's wrists. ODAs that specialize in HALO/HAHO operations are designated as Military Free Fall (MFF) teams. Each Battalion within a Special Forces Group contains at least one MFF ODA.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by SrA Tyler Placie


A Special Forces soldier with the 10th Special Forces Group fires a M4A1 5.56mmx45mm carbine at a range in Krtsanisi, Georgia, 2002. This M4A1 is fitted with a Trijicon Acog scope and AN/PEQ-2 illuminator.
sourced from public domain | US DoD photo by : SSGT JUSTIN D. PYLE, USAF


A Special Forces soldier fires a CQBR Mk 18 Mod 0 carbine during close quarters battle (CQB) training. The CQBR is 5.56mmx45mm carbine with a 10 inch barrel. It can be fitted with a range of accessories. The CQBR pictured above is fitted with an EOTech 553 sight, AN/PEQ-15 laser and surefire visible light.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Michael R. Noggle


United States Special Forces soldiers shoot from behind a car during a capabilities exercise, 2011.
sourced from public domain | Photo by USASOC Public Affairs Office


A Special Forces soldier calls in an airstrike, assisted by an Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) Combat Controller (CCT) during a training exercise. An Army Special Forces ODA will typically be capable of calling in an airstrike itself but may also have an Air Force Combat Controller attached.
sourced from public domain | U.S. DoD photo by Airman 1st Class Matthew Bruch


U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers, otherwise known as Green Berets, pictured while on a training exercise. Army Special Forces are highly skilled in unconventional warfare, direct action, special reconnaissance and counter terrorism. Special Forces Groups are part of United States Army Special Operations Command (Airborne).
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by: SFC Silas Toney


An Army Special Forces soldier mans a M240 machine gun mounted at the rear of a Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) during a pre-deplyment training mission.
sourced from public domain | US DoD photo by Sgt. 1st Class Silas Toney


A Special Forces soldier 1st Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) fires a M4a1 Carbine during a team building exercise (Scorpion Coalition 2010)
sourced from public domain | Photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Johnson, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Public Affairs




Armed with CQBR and M4 Carbines and sporting Glock sidearms, Special Forces soldiers with the 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) practise small arms drills during joint training with Hungarian forces. The 1/10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) is under Special Operations Command Europe, a sub-unified command of the US European Command (EUCOM).
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. DeNoris Mickle/Released


A member of ODA 0114, 10th Special Force Group, fires a Glock 19 pistol during a joint training op with Hungarian special forces.
Glock pistols, such as the 9x19mm G17 and G19, the .40S&W G22 and the .45ACP Glock 21 are increasingly being carried by U.S. Special Operations Forces.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Tyler Placie/Released


Special Forces soldiers enter and clear a room during a close quarters combat (CQB) demonstration. U.S. Army Green Berets maintain a highl level of core small unit tactics, including CQB drills. CQB demands a great deal of proficency in teamwork, communication, discipline and rapid target aquisition / discrimination / engagement.
sourced from public domain | US DoD photo by Photo by Sgt. Marcus Butler


Having fast-roped from a MH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers intecept and takedown an 'enemy' vehicle during training. The Green Berets are undergoing training at the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance, Target Analysis, and Exploitation Techniques Course, (SFARTAETC) at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, N.C, 2012.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Justin P. Morelli / Released


A Special Forces Master Mountaineering Course instructor demonstrates the use of picks and crampons to climb an icy face during a training exercise. Green Berets assigned to a mountain ODA attend courses at the Special Forces Advanced Mountain Operations School (SFAMOS), Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park which teaches them to operate at high altitudes, in cold weather and on mountainous terrain.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by Dave Chace, SWCS Public Affairs


Special Forces soldiers enter and clear a room during a CQB demonstration. Green Berets train for CQB / urban operations on the Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat or SFAUC course. The SFAUC is a 15-day training course, run by each Special Forces Group, that provides a 12-man Special Forces Operational Detachment (ODA) with the skills required to operate in a hostile urban environment. By the end of SFAUC, an ODA will be able to take down single-entry-point, single-story, multi-room objectives. The SFAUC syllabus includes room clearing, urban movement, rifle, pistol and shotgun training, explosive entry, repelling, fast-roping and climbing techniques.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo


A Special Forces soldier moves through woodland terrain while on the Special Forces Sniper Course (SFSC) at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School.
The SFSC is a 8 week course, run 5 times a year, that teaches sniper marksmanship, including semiautomatic shooting and ballistics theory. SFSC students also learn field craft which includes tactical movement, ie stalking, in which a sniper covertly finds and fixes his prey. Stalking techniques are taught in both wooded and urban environments. The Special Forces Sniper Course also instructs in the use of state-of-the-art equipment such as a PDA loaded with an advanced ballistics software program. These ballistic PDAs are used to help calculate a shot and factor in a range of variables such as gun data, atmospherics, temperature, barometric pressure, humidity and target information - everything except for wind. Special Forces snipers learn to use visual cues such as the movement of grass to gauge wind speed and direction.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. David William McLean, 22nd MPAD.


Special Forces soldiers, wearing oxygen apparatus and with night vision goggles mounted on their helmets, prepare to conduct a high-altitude freefall parachute jump. These Green Berets are students on the Military Free-Fall Advanced Tactical Infiltration Course (ATIC), an advanced skills training program run by the JFK Special Warfare Center and School at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona. Recent military free-fall combat drops by special operations forces in Afghanistan and Iraq highlighted the need for a dedicated Advanced Tactical Infiltration Course.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army Photo


U.S. Army Special Forces fast-rope from a USAF CV-22 Osprey aircraft during a joint training exercise. Special Forces train and operate regularly with Air Force Special Operations (SOS) Squadrons such as the 8th SOS which flies the CV-22. They also train with the Army's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR) as well as other 'regular' aviation units in order to hone their air assault skills.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Tony R. Ritter


Special Forces soldiers with the 7th Special Forces Group (7th SFG) await a SPIES extraction via MH-47 Chinook helicopter while on a training exercise. The Green Berets are wearing multicam BDUs (Battle Dress Uniforms) and MICH 2001 helmets, a full-cut version of the MICH 2000. The right-most Special Forces operator is wearing a comtac-ii headset. From the patches worn, these Green Berets are assigned to ODA 7224 HALO, a military free-fall team that specialises in parachuting.
sourced from public domain | U.S. Army photo by Spc. Steven Young/Released


Soldiers from the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) board a vessel during a Maritime Interdiction Operation training exercise on May 18, 2011. The training was conducted to increase the Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha's offshore assault capabilities. US Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tobias McCoy


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Mensaje  Dreis el Vie Mayo 10 2013, 11:47

La mayoría en HD Cool

Aunque veo que alguna foto no sale, lo arreglaré lo antes posible.

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Mensaje  James.K el Vie Mayo 10 2013, 12:39

me ha tardado la vida en cargar, pero valió la pena xD fotazas!! due due

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U.S. Army Soldiers from the 19th Special Forces, Utah National Guard conduct an urban village assault Nov. 13, 2007, at Camp Williams, Utah, during an extraction of a simulated downed pilot as a part of a Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) Integration exercise.
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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 13:51

Mirad lo que he encontrado !! Green Berets en Mayo de 2013. Confirmado, a día de hoy siguen usando los MICH


A U.S. Special Operations Forces team leader shows a local Afghan boy a hand shake during a visit to a local checkpoint in Arghandab district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, May 23, 2013. The SOF team conducted visit to ALP checkpoints in the area to ensure their progress in providing security to the local villages by denying insurgents access to the local population.


A U.S. Special Operations Forces team leader meets with a local Afghan Local Police checkpoint commander in Arghandab district, Kandahar province, Afghanistan, May 23, 2013. The SOF team conducted the visit to ALP checkpoints in the area to ensure their progress in providing security to the local villages by denying insurgents access to the local population.


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Mensaje  Hicks el Miér Jun 05 2013, 17:58

lo que yo decia ....parches TAN Very Happy

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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:00

pues no se vosotros pero yo no los veo tan TAN eh ? Razz

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Mensaje  Hicks el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:02

pues color desert como los que llevo yo en el DCU .......pero creo que se ven bastante claro no? Very Happy

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Mensaje  Hicks el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:07

estos mismos pero con letras y simbolo en negro ....y si no que dios me guarde la vista...... Very Happy
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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:12

Yo no lo veo tan claro... lol!



Aunque a mi me inquietan mas los guantes Mechanix, el MICH verdeo OD, lo pelaos que llevan los cascos, o lo que parece un chest rig negro sobre un body armour negro Laughing

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Mensaje  Hicks el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:24

venga votacion....color de parches???¡¡¡¡¡ jejejejej .....lo de los guantes ya se sabe al gusto del consumidor en fotos anteriores ves guantes de todos los tipos ...lo que casco tres cuartas de lo mismo...y lo del chaleco ....eso si que mosquea jejeje

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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:30

A mi me parecen un poco verde OD
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Aunque me siguen inquietando mas cosas... como por ejemplo el rango en el hombro (eso lo había visto en soldados de Infantry Divisions del Army, pero nunca hasta ahora en Special Forces... asi que al menos sabemos que es Capitan) o una RANGER tab entre la de Special Forces y la de Airborne Shocked (lo único que se me ocurre que sea un Ranger "promoted" (que haya pasado la selección) a Special Forces, ya que los Rangers tambien son del Army, y quiera conservar el tab...)

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Mensaje  Hicks el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:47

verde???????' jodo........jajajajajajaja ....el distintivo de RANGER es porque dicho cuerpo pertenence al USSOCOM donde se engloban a todas las unidades de operaciones especiales del US ARMY y dentro del mando conjunto de operaciones especiales JSOC y ARSOC.....hay fotos creo recordar por ahi que se ven bastante...... Very Happy .....y si muy raro ver lo del rango en el hombro a esta gente...... Very Happy

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Mensaje  Hicks el Miér Jun 05 2013, 18:51

aunque ahora pensando lo del parche puede que se aclare a verde cuando le da el sol o si son verdes que se clareen a color TAN todo puede ser Very Happy

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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:00

La prueba del algodón es poner la pipeta del Photoshop encima Twisted Evil

Al USSOCOM pertenecen todas las fuerzas especiales no solo las del ARMY... imagino que te referiras al USASOC , pero la cosa es que deba tener algo con la historia del soldado, no todos los Rangers son Special Forces, ni todos los SF son Rangers... aunque tengan alguna relación de ascenso entre ellos (al ser ambos del ARMY) que desconozco Question


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Mensaje  James.K el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:00

Imagino que hay bastante libertad con el tema de la equipacin porque mires donde mires siempre encuentras alguien que lleva algo distinto. Nosotros hemos escogido un equipamiento que también se lleva y no hay por que andar cambiando nada USA vamos de puta madre, y los cascos a pelo no molan aunque lo lleven algunos SF.

Lo de los parches (ni me meto en el color, aunque juraría que Hicks tiene razón) en nuestros MC como son de dos rallas de velcro sería complejo asi que tal y como ya establecimos el protocolo de parches creo que está correcto para nuestro MC.


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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:05

¿Y quién ha hablado de cambiar nada James? tongue

Es lo primero que he comentado en la guía sobre equipación... que las SF no se ciñen a los mismos protocolos y standards de equipación que la infantería regular, se equipan con lo que necesitan simplemente, a nivel de unidad y a nivel de operador. Nosotros vamos de lujo, es lo bueno de ser Special Forces cheers (pero nunca está de mas conocer las nuevas tendencias, variaciones de equipamiento... etc por algo hemos evolucionado del UCP)

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Mensaje  James.K el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:13

por si acaso, por si acaso jejeje lol! :ym:

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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:18

Jajaja por si acaso no ? ey pues yo sigo mirando con buenos ojos el Ops-Core FAST helmet cyclops

Mmmmm por cierto me vais a llamar tocapelotas pero... son azul verdosos !
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Mensaje  James.K el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:24

bueno el tono en la foto con el photoshop puede decir eso y luego en realidad ser algo distinto (eso no es fiable xD)

Y yo lo del OCFast... lo veo Smile

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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jun 05 2013, 19:26

Ahhhh amigo ! pero yo el que veo es el de la foto jajaja

Yo solo os digo que...







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7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldiers clear M9 pistols after conducting room clearing operations on Eglin AFB, FL., Feb 08, 2012. 7th SFG (A) Green Berets conducted breach training into simulated rooms during a field training exercise designed to keep their skills sharp in close quarters battle


7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldiers move through doorway to begin room clearing on Eglin AFB, FL., Feb 08, 2012. 7th SFG (A) Green Berets conducted breach training into simulated rooms during a field training exercise designed to keep their skills sharp in close quarters battle.


7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldiers move into position to begin room breech training on Eglin AFB, FL., Feb 08, 2012. 7th SFG (A) Green Berets conducted breach training into simulated rooms during a field training exercise designed to keep their skills sharp in close quarters battle


7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldiers move toward a doorway to conduct a breech on Eglin AFB, FL., Feb 08, 2012. 7th SFG (A) Green Berets practiced dry runs before switching to live rounds during breach training into simulated rooms


7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Green Beret engages target with a M4 assault rifle on Eglin AFB, FL., Feb 08, 2012. 7th SFG (A) Green Berets conducted breach training into simulated rooms during a field training exercise


7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Green Beret engages target with a M4 assault rifle on Eglin AFB, FL., Feb 08, 2012. 7th SFG (A) Green Berets conducted breach training into simulated rooms during a field training exercise.

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Mensaje  Dreis el Miér Jul 03 2013, 09:39


US Army Special Forces and Navy SEALs . Mission Rehearsal Exercise: "Ash Hollow"
Joint Multinational Readiness Center, Hohenfels (Germany)

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Mensaje  Dreis el Mar Jul 30 2013, 13:14

No he encontrado aun la referencia de esta pero sin duda que es un Green Beret



Nunca habia visto usar esos protectores en el casco a un soldado profesional... ¿será balístico eso?


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