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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    Why? Because the SAS isn't the most elite special forces on Earth? They can't handle a firefight?
    The most elite?
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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    The most elite?
    That's right. That's pretty internationally accepted. Can you think of anyone else?

    The Spetsnaz are hard core, and they're probably the toughest, but as professional as the SAS? I think not.

    The SBS are tough lads, and they've got a reputation for bravery, but they're certainly not the most elite.

    Delta? Don't even try. Check out a book called Task Force Black, it's all about Delta and the SAS in Iraq -- Delta's not even in the same league.

    The French Foreign Legion's an army unto itself, and so it isn't special forces, but the 22nd Parachute Regiment stands a fair shot -- they're still not the SAS though.

    Who else?

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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

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    Who else?
    Joint Task Force 2 (Canadian Special Forces)

    Definitely one of the best out there.

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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

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    Joint Task Force 2 (Canadian Special Forces)

    Definitely one of the best out there.
    JTF2 was trained by the SAS.

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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    JTF2 was trained by the SAS.
    I'm sure they helped yeah for sure.

    It's hard to say, I would argue that the SAS is the most elite special forces group in the world, hands down.

    But there are many special forces groups out there that would excel in other fields.

    BOPE for example (Rio De Jinerio Special Police Force) is an unbelievable fighting force, same with the South African Police Special Task Force, the sheer frequency of engagements they participate in makes them truly masters of not only combat, but especially in the South African Special Task Force at Hostage Negotiations and various other tasks.

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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    I'm sure they helped yeah for sure.

    It's hard to say, I would argue that the SAS is the most elite special forces group in the world, hands down.

    But there are many special forces groups out there that would excel in other fields.

    BOPE for example (Rio De Jinerio Special Police Force) is an unbelievable fighting force, same with the South African Police Special Task Force, the sheer frequency of engagements they participate in makes them truly masters of not only combat, but especially in the South African Special Task Force at Hostage Negotiations and various other tasks.
    Hehe, didn't think the Afrikaners knew how to negotiate.

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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    That's right. That's pretty internationally accepted. Can you think of anyone else?

    The Spetsnaz are hard core, and they're probably the toughest, but as professional as the SAS? I think not.

    The SBS are tough lads, and they've got a reputation for bravery, but they're certainly not the most elite.

    Delta? Don't even try. Check out a book called Task Force Black, it's all about Delta and the SAS in Iraq -- Delta's not even in the same league.

    The French Foreign Legion's an army unto itself, and so it isn't special forces, but the 22nd Parachute Regiment stands a fair shot -- they're still not the SAS though.

    Who else?
    Just so you know. Delta Force's primary role is to fight werewolves. The SAS are too cowardly to do that. And Spetsnaz is too corrupt. So yeah its up to Delta to save the world from werewovles.

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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    Hehe, didn't think the Afrikaners knew how to negotiate.

    XD
    They don't, they get the non-Afrikaner members to do the negotiations.
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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Marteau View Post
    That's right. That's pretty internationally accepted. Can you think of anyone else?

    The Spetsnaz are hard core, and they're probably the toughest, but as professional as the SAS? I think not.

    The SBS are tough lads, and they've got a reputation for bravery, but they're certainly not the most elite.

    Delta? Don't even try. Check out a book called Task Force Black, it's all about Delta and the SAS in Iraq -- Delta's not even in the same league.

    The French Foreign Legion's an army unto itself, and so it isn't special forces, but the 22nd Parachute Regiment stands a fair shot -- they're still not the SAS though.

    Who else?
    So you read a book and now your an expert on who is the most elite force out there. Give me a break. Tell me what actual knowledge you have on this or are you just guessing. The only difference between the SAS and CAG (Delta) is who is having a better day.
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    Re: SAS 'Blades' rescue 150: Crack team of commandos snatch terrified Britons from de

    Quote Originally Posted by Gray_Fox_86 View Post
    Just so you know. Delta Force's primary role is to fight werewolves. The SAS are too cowardly to do that. And Spetsnaz is too corrupt. So yeah its up to Delta to save the world from werewovles.
    Spetsnaz are ****ing werewolves.

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