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10 Amazing Special Force Operations

10 Amazing Special Force Operations

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Added: Jun-23-2012 Occurred On: Jun-23-2012
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  • I agree with some of the rebukes, but noone has mentioned any of the John Rambo missions.

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  • Ripped straight from youtube but yeah, the most amazing special forces operations are the one's you don't hear about.

    The title should be amazing/fail as well, the one where the Russian special forces stormed the theatre and over 100 died is more fail then anything else.

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  • they didnt even mention Operation Entebbe

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    • @LostSomewhereInSpace . exactly. Neither operation Oak in which the italian deposed leader was freed by german commandoes in 1943. A daring operation indeed.

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  • No no no. You forgot to mention 2 of the most amazing rescue operations of all time. 1- Rescue of mussolini the disgraced italian leader . Mussolini was imprisoned by italian government and was rescued by german commandos in 1943 . Another operation : Entebe . Israeli plane passengers had been abducted in the airport of entebe in Uganda 2500 miles from Israel in 1976 . Israel rescued the 102 passengers .

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  • I guarantee that list was made by an Englishman and I'm from England .by far the most high profile special forces mission was the killing of Osama bin laden .it will be remembered in history by far more people than the Iranian hostage rescue that may people outside the uk have never even heard of.added to that the sas mission was in the uk where they had time to prep and come up with a plan ..not saying it wasn't great but British people seem to think only the sas can do anything when in Acctual More..

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  • Best operations are the ones no civilians heard of.

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    • @goervideos

      Well that would certainly be the SAS then...hands down! Well them and the Mongolian Special Rope Rangers that you also never hear about.

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    • @USA1 yep this Mongolian SRR unit did an impressive job in 1993 on the "Free Willy operation", oops!.

      And about the SAS (an unit i really like btw), what about the fail on a french submarine (i do not remember when exactly maybe 10 years ago)... and at the same time we have the rainbow warrior fail too (and some others).
      But well sometime, who dares loses.

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  • I'm sorry but the bin laden raid should be like number 1 or 2 with Entebbe being the other, which wasn't even listed.

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  • Operation Nimrod? Obviously the vid maker is a Brit homer. Any large US city SWAT team could have pulled that off.

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    • @USA1

      A SWAT team liberating the Iranian embassy in the US? Come on... And it would need to be the embassy of Pakistan to start with.

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    • @mcgeemcgoo

      And in Operation Jaque the FARC were indeed infiltrated by the military to gather intelligence, but the real cheat that tricked the guerrillas into allowing the hostages to board the helicopter was to disguise the soldiers as members of the International Red Cross, a blatant violation of the Geneva Conventions and thus an obvious war crime. No wonder that this is not mentioned in this video...

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  • whats the music title?

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  • got board so i pressed back

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  • Well this is all Brit stuff, but I would add BRAVO TWO ZERO.

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    • @marinemp00 B20 was a failed mission.

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    • @bigcats So was Mogadishu and the Iranian fiasco but the maker of this is trying to make out that American special forces suck along with russians

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    • @mcgeemcgoo you see ,criticizing ...much of the heavy lift of uk troops is done by American forces in Afghanistan daily .as for spec ops missions where helicopters crash .these things happen and in the bin laden mission they didn't miss a beat and continued .most of the missions take place daily and you never here of them .as I said there is no way the storming of the Iranian embassy is as high profile as killing the most famous terrorist ever right next to an army base

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  • Brits may have the best trained special force,but the americans have the funding and the tech to beat any special force in the world.

    When the Brits match 600 billion a year on military funding then they might have the edge over them with training...but the way England is going...i cant see that ever happening.

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  • Silly selection. There were many more-impressive rescues, such as during WWII. Historical perspective is lacking.

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  • Nice post.. I'm glad to see you are starting to not only post pro Pakistan crap, but interesting stuff too.. thank you keep up the good work.

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  • not a neutral video.

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  • Operation Thunderbolt is by far the most amazing and successful SF operation of all time. While you yanks and poms keep arguing over your Tier 1 operators the Israelis continue to hone their already superior skills. And as for the US. I don't recall Delta successfully completing any major mission. Please educate me as to their successes.
    PS. What about Z force, specifically Operation Jaywick, the Cockleshell heroes and Operation Gunnerside in Norway?

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    • @sirlincalot77

      You don't know about most of them and never will.

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    • @Martyr_Machine But you do? If so, educate me.

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    • @sirlincalot77

      Do you have a secret clearance? If so, give me your name and I will look you up in JPAS.

      If not, nice try.

      Let's be honest though, the very assumption that there are NOT secret operations going in this very second that no one will hear about is just plain stupid. Not ignorant - STUPID.

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    • @Martyr_Machine It must be very easy to say that these things are happening but I can't tell you because it's a secret. I guess I will just assume that you are full of shit and that Delta Force are shit. And as for being 'stupid', I never said that missions are not taking place, I merely asked you to give me an example of a successful one.

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    • @sirlincalot77


      You admit they are going on, but then you try to hide behind "but you can't tell me, it isn;t happening."

      Which one is it? Are they happening or not?

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