Inside US Special Forces

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#2
WHAAAAAH!
looks like the boys played a flipping good jape on the journos!
(Tell me this isn't real)
 
#3
gennithmedic said:
WHAAAAAH!
looks like the boys played a flipping good jape on the journos!
(Tell me this isn't real)

You're point was? :frustrated:

You are acting more like what those tits in your avatar represent, namely a cnut! :thumbdown: :shakefist:
 
#4
Those well padded pub doormen are surely not the poster boys for USSF.
D must have pissed themselves laughing!
 
#5
Looks as though the Yanks do a good blue on blue scenario.


Who stood a courts martial for those strategic mistakes?



fastmedic
 
#6
fastmedic said:
Looks as though the Yanks do a good blue on blue scenario.


Who stood a courts martial for those strategic mistakes?



fastmedic
Is that all you got out of the series? To bad, there was much more there.
 
#7
Trip_Wire said:
You are acting more like what those tits in your avatar represent, namely a cnut!
:judge:

Tw@t.
 
#8
gennithmedic said:
Those well padded pub doormen are surely not the poster boys for USSF.
D must have pissed themselves laughing!
No, the soldiers there in that series were real USSF soldiers, not 'poster boys' and/or pub doormen. The one you are most likely referring to is a Master Sgt. with many years of service. I have not doubt that he could PT & Run your arrse, into the ground as well a quickly break your foulking neck like a match stick in close combat ! :skull:
 
#9
Met a US Navy Seal, who shall remain nameless. He had invented a "combat hairbrush"; basically, er, a plastic hairbrush with a compass and waterproof matches concealed under the brushing end and a sharp blade attached to the handle part.

He was happy to demonstrate various ways of 'deploying' said hairbrush in combat situations, while screaming "let me see your killing face, m%fcuker!".

Hairbrush deployed inches from the liver of the Mackem to my left, the chap replied: "fook off ya cnut!".

America's finest fooked off, taking his hairbrush with him.

Edited for mong spelling
 
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King_of_the_Burpas said:
Met a US Navy Seal, who shall remain nameless. He had invented a "combat hairbrush"; basically, er, a plastic hairbrush with a compass and waterproof matches concealed under the brushing end and a sharp blade attached to the handle part.

He was happy to demonstrate various ways of 'deploying' said hairbrush in combat situations, while screaming "let me see your killing face, m%fcuker!".

Hairbrush deployed inches from the liver of the Mackem to my left, the chap replied: "fook off ya cnut!".

America's finest fooked off, taking his hairbrush with him.

Edited for mong spelling
Interesting SEAL story! I doubt that it's true. Sounds more like one of those military urban legends to me. ;)

Now WTF does post have to do with American Special Forces units that we are talking about here?

The SEALs are part of the American Special Operations community. They are NOT Special Forces units! They are also in the US Navy, last time I checked.
 
#11
Those guys looked like they stole a pie or 2 .
Our (Dutch)SF look much more lean and agile than those fatty's
I'd like to see them do a 8 mile run...
 
#12
One thing that was very apparent was the dress code that is normal with all US units.
 
#13
offog:

Dress code? WTF are you talking about?
 
#14
Trip_Wire said:
King_of_the_Burpas said:
Met a US Navy Seal, who shall remain nameless. He had invented a "combat hairbrush"; basically, er, a plastic hairbrush with a compass and waterproof matches concealed under the brushing end and a sharp blade attached to the handle part.

He was happy to demonstrate various ways of 'deploying' said hairbrush in combat situations, while screaming "let me see your killing face, m%fcuker!".

Hairbrush deployed inches from the liver of the Mackem to my left, the chap replied: "fook off ya cnut!".

America's finest fooked off, taking his hairbrush with him.

Edited for mong spelling
Interesting SEAL story! I doubt that it's true. Sounds more like one of those military urban legends to me. ;)

Now WTF does post have to do with American Special Forces units that we are talking about here?

The SEALs are part of the American Special Operations community. They are NOT Special Forces units! They are also in the US Navy, last time I checked.
For sure, they're Navy. But TW, they reckon they are Special, huh? and this is not an urban myth. I still chuckle at the memory of meeting him in Denver CO. I hope, btw that he is safe and well and hasn't had an ND with the brush.

Trouble is that so many of the Sherman SFs take it all a bit too seriously.

I remember Jack Idema taking me out on a 'jolly' to kill OBL. And I remember the 'bicycle helmeted ones' securing a bakery in Kandahar so that their CO could burst in and buy a loaf of bread: same bakery we had been using for weeks on first name terms with the bakers who worked there.
 
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King_of_the_Burpas said:
Met a US Navy Seal, who shall remain nameless. He had invented a "combat hairbrush"; basically, er, a plastic hairbrush with a compass and waterproof matches concealed under the brushing end and a sharp blade attached to the handle part.

He was happy to demonstrate various ways of 'deploying' said hairbrush in combat situations, while screaming "let me see your killing face, m%fcuker!".

Hairbrush deployed inches from the liver of the Mackem to my left, the chap replied: "fook off ya cnut!".

America's finest fooked off, taking his hairbrush with him.

Edited for mong spelling
WAH!

Where was this, I mean the hairbrush incident?
 
#16
Cloggie:

In checking the role(s) of the Dutch SF, they are basicly a Commando unit and were created for doing things that our SF does too, but our SF units are tasked with many other jobs and duties as well.

http://dutchreport.blogspot.com/2005/02/dutch-special-forces-to-afghanistan.html

Our primary Counter Terrorist group is the Delta unit and one of the SEAL Groups.

Looks are and can deceving when it comes to PT and running, etc. Don't be fooled, by the looks of some of these special operators. They can and do perform, just as good and sometimes better then young athletic looking ones. If they couldn't they wouldn't be on the team.
 
#17
No WAH

Hairbrush incident was in Denver in 2000. The chap who invented the brush was DEFINITELY USSF. I saw his creds: didn't know they carried them.

Used conventionally, you can comb you hair. Twist the top and you can retrieve matches and access a handy compass.

The whole thing looks like one of those cheap plastic jobs you buy from Superdrug with the 360 degree brush and a plastic stem.

But pull on the stem and a sharpish plastic blade appears for close encounters.

The demo I had mostly comprised thrusts upwards into the chest, thrusts downwards into the cobblers and nasty eye-threatening moves - all accompanied by a lot of pointless screaming.
 
#18
King_of_the_Burpas said:
No WAH
Hairbrush incident was in Denver in 2000. The chap who invented the brush was DEFINITELY USSF.
You said earlier, that he was a SEAL, SEALS are not SF. You're confused, computer games will do that to you.
 
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King_of_the_Burpas said:
No WAH

Hairbrush incident was in Denver in 2000. The chap who invented the brush was DEFINITELY USSF. I saw his creds: didn't know they carried them.

Used conventionally, you can comb you hair. Twist the top and you can retrieve matches and access a handy compass.

The whole thing looks like one of those cheap plastic jobs you buy from Superdrug with the 360 degree brush and a plastic stem.

But pull on the stem and a sharpish plastic blade appears for close encounters.

The demo I had mostly comprised thrusts upwards into the chest, thrusts downwards into the cobblers and nasty eye-threatening moves - all accompanied by a lot of pointless screaming.
There was a whole series of different items with concealed polymer daggers (obviously this was pre-2001). I can't remember the manufacturer, but they were marketed as e.g. 'The CIA Hairbrush', comb, and so on.

I just tried a search, didn't turn up any links though, so I can't confirm.

Edited to add found a mention of it here: http://www.familyfriendsfirearms.com/forum/showthread.php?t=3534
 
#20
Not a computer game - I distinctly remember eating a lunch and listening to a speech.

All with perfectly manicured hair.

Do NAVY Seals object to not being in the Biggie SF Club? Or is this part of the faintly ridiculous playground argument about who is more special than whom?

Honestly, the US SF are a bunch of poofs when it comes to the 'I'm the King of the Castle' game.

And watch yourself. I happen to own one of the 'special' hairbrushes.
 

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