Special Report

The World’s 20 Most Elite Special Forces

Snow Leopard Commando Unit
> Country: China
> Also known as: 3rd Group, 13th Detachment, People’s Armed Police Beijing General Corps
> Type: Police tactical unit
> Role: Special forces, counterterrorism, law enforcement

Gruppo di Intervento Speciale
> Country: Italy
> Also known as: GIS
> Type: Special forces
> Role: Special operations, counterterrorism

Special Forces
> Country: USA
> Also known as: United States Army Special Forces, Green Berets
> Type: Special operations forces
> Role: Counterinsurgency, unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, direct action, special reconnaissance, counterterrorism, security force assistance

Source: Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons

MARCOS
> Country: India
> Also known as: Marine Commando Force (MCF)
> Type: Special operations forces
> Role: Counterterrorism, airborne force, amphibious reconnaissance and warfare, direct action, hostage rescue, clandestine operations, unconventional warfare

Source: Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons

Joint Task Force 2
> Country: Canada
> Also known as: JTF 2
> Type: Special operations forces
> Role: Special operations, counterterrorism, hostage rescue

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