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The Australian SASR special forces. It is almost impossible to pass the 21 day selection course and if you do there is a further 18 months of training before you become a SAS Trooper. The SAS soldiers train many other special force units including the US Navy Seals. The mission success rate of The Australian SASR is 100%.

Turkish Special Forces.also known as maroon berets.

here in my county (Germany), the annual competitions between the special forces including greece Austria belgium holland germany and france,Turkey won it. Nato doesnt do it anymore after turkish special forces 3 years consecutively winning the competition with the highest score.

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and i reserched and talked with many journilist friends to make sure about them and what i heard is their goverment doesnt let even have a website. i heard from my older brother who is one of german special forces n joined the paracros 2005 special forces competition.

- The Trust Shot is part of their exercised on the last month of the training and is to ensure that soldiers can trust eachother with their lives in every situation in consist of two members fires of squad standing next to the paper targer boards while another special force fires on targets with a handgun while walking towards them from 15 metres(49feet) away. the interesting thing is during the exercise the soldiers standing next to the targets are not allowed to move or wear Body Armor.(only turkish special forces exercise the trust shot in the world)

There are three categories of education and training that a MaroonBeret will undergo. These are

a) Domestic

b) International

c) Specialty

Within these three categories, there are 47 different subjects.

Domestic training takes 72 weeks of basic training;

International training takes 10 to 52 weeks of specialized training in different countries. It takes 3.5 years to become a MaroonBeret.

what an interesting story again i heard from my brother

who went to ankari in 2004 (Turkey Capital City), only their military zone has no security and safe looks like perfect easily accessible military zone where nobody can still enter.

don't be fooled by the american movies. if you cant get any information instead of getting all you need while surfing on internet about special forces such as u.s british etc.. , doesnt it make the first one more special at least? funny truth..

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Who has the best SAS in the world?

There are three SAS forces on the planet (Note SAS is different from Special Forces). The British, Australian and New Zealand SAS's. The British SAS is thought to be widely the best special forces in the world, although the Australian SAS has beaten the British on numerous training exercises. And the NZ's is not that incredible, just a small country's ordinary special forces unit.

Is the SAS the best special force?

No, not in any way. It, like the US Army Special Forces, Delta Force, as well as the American CIA's Special Operations Group and Canada's JTF2 are all very well-trained and well-rounded groups. There is no such thing as one "best" group. The US Navy SEALs, which many legitimate military experts will agree has one of the roughest physical training of any spec ops group in the world, are not, on average, nearly as crafty as the previously mentioned groups. On that note, though, many members of the SAS, US Army Special Forces, and others. would be more than capable of being a SEAL, for example. Today, the most successful teams are made up of multiple spec ops units, and are known as task forces. The one group experts have often declared to be the best is the CIA's NCS's SAD's SOG (Special Operations Group). It is made up entirely of ex-military men. Most have special operations experience, but some have combat experience only. All have performed excellently throughout their military careers, and many have advanced college degrees.

Where does the Australian sas rank in special forces around the world?

It is the best after the british sas. Although this has never been proven.

Which country has the world's most powerful special forces?

The US Navy SEAL's are currently #1. They are though in competition with the british SAS. The reasons being is that A - The SEAL's are trained for many years, B- The SEAL's have taken down more targets than any special force in history, and C- The SEAL's operate everywhere, whether in 130 degree weather or -40 degree weather. They undergo the strictest tests in the world, are trained with every weapon and vehicle up to date, and they are trained mentally into not being afraid to die a horrible slow death.

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They are the only official US Army Special Forces unit; they are called SF men for short. Any other such men or units are also categorized as "special operations units" but that is simply a catch all phrase to avoid using a lot of confusing terms. "Special forces" is used generically in other countries, but in the US, it specifically means only the Green Berets.Now, the best Green Berets are asked to try out for Delta Force, with only the top 0.1% making it in. Delta is a "special operations" unit, not "Special Forces," but they are more elite.

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