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Special Operations Forces

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Afghanistan
 Afghan National Army Commandos. Raised in July 2007, trained by American special forces. The Commandos are the most elite branch of the rising Afghan Army.
Albania
 Reparti i Neutralizimit te Elementit te Armatosur (RENEA).
 Reparti i Operacioneve Speciale (ROS).
 Shqiponjat.
 Batalioni Special Commando.
 Regiment Commando.
 FNSH.
 Republican Guard Operative Company.
 Reparti Special i Farkes.
 Port Authority Security Force.
Algeria
 Groupe d'Intervention Spécial (GIS). Commando unit.
Argentina
 Agrupación de Buzos Tácticos (APBT). Premier special operations force of the Argentine Navy.
 Agrupación de Comandos Anfibios (APCA). Special operations force of the Argentine Navy.
 Agrupación de Fuerzas de Operaciones Especiales (AFOE). Special operations unit of the Argentine Army, created the December 6th of 2005.
 Batallón de Helicópteros de Asalto 601. A helicopter unit of the Argentine Army. This battalion is the main helicopter unit of the Argentine Army Aviation and is based on Campo de Mayo, Buenos Aires.
 Brigada Especial Operativa Halcón (BEOH). A special operations division of the Buenos Aires Police in Argentina.
 Compañía de Cazadores de Montaña 8. A unit of the Argentine Army specialised in mountain warfare. The Company is based at based Puente del Inca, Mendoza Province. The name of the unit is "Teniente 1ro Ibañez". This unit is part of the 8th Mountain Infantry Brigade. The troops and soldiers of this unit wear a tan beret with unit insignia.
 Compañía de Comandos 601. A special operations unit of the Argentine Army, created January 5, 1982. It was based on the original "Equipo Especial Halcón 8" created by Lt. Colonel Mohamed Alí Seineldín in 1978.
 Compañía de Comandos 602. A special operations unit of the Argentine Army, created May 21, 1982.
 Fuerza de Despliegue Rápido (FDR). A joint special operations division of the Argentine Armed Forces and the Argentine National Gendarmerie especially trained to give a quick and effective military response to any eventual attack against the country.
 Grupo Alacrán. Special operations service of the Argentine National Gendarmerie, often referred as the Equipo Antiterrorista de Gendarmería (Gendarmerie Counter-terrorism Team). The division is headquartered in Evita City and responds to high-risk and counterterrorist situations throughout Argentina, but primarily in the rural areas. They also provide limited dignitary protection for government officials traveling in these areas.
 Grupo Albatros. Special operations service of the Argentine Naval Prefecture.
 Grupo de Operaciones Especiales (GOE). A special operations force of the Argentine Air Force. This strategic division, headquartered at Morón Air Base in the Buenos Aires province, is mainly responsible for resolving aircraft hijacking issues.
 Grupo Especial de Operaciones Federales (GEOF). A special operations division of the Policía Federal Argentina trained to strategically perform counterterrorist and counternarcotics missions. It is also used for VIP protection and hostage rescue situations.
 Regimiento de Asalto Aéreo 601. Special operations unit of the Argentine Army, created in January of 2003. The regiment is divided in three assault companies: A, B and C. Its motto is "Sapientia et Labore". The regiment is based on Campo de Mayo, Buenos Aires. The members of this unit wear red claret (borravino) berets with unit badges.
Australia
 1st Commando Regiment. Mixed regular and reservist commando regiment of the Australian Army. It is part of the Australian Special Operations Command (SOCOMD).
 4th Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment (Commando). Australian Special Forces Command generalist Special Forces Unit.
 Incident Response Regiment. Australian Special Forces chemical, biological, radiological or explosive emergency response team.
 Joint Task Force Gold. Special combined Task Force established to provide security and general support for New South Wales Police Service during the Sidney Olympic Summer Games in 2000.
 Special Air Service Regiment.
 Z Special Unit.
Azerbaijan
 Xüsusi Təyinatli Dəstə. The special operations unit of the Azerbaijani Navy.
Belgium
 Special Forces Group.
Bulgaria
 68 бригада - специални сили. 68th Brigade of Special Operations Forces.
 Специализиран отряд за борба с тероризма.
Canada
1st Special Service Force. A joint World War II American-Canadian commando unit. Devil's Brigade.
Joint Task Force 1. Canadian Armed Forces task force in the Gulf war 1990-1989.
Joint Task Force 2. Canadian Armed Forces primary Counter Revolutionary Warfare unit.
Croatia
 ATJ Lučko. Police counter-terrorist unit.
 Bojna za specijalna djelovanja (BSD).
Czech Republic
 4. brigáda rychlého nasazení (4. brn).
 601. skupina speciálních sil. Czech army special forces unit.
 Special Operations Group (SOG).
 Útvar Rychlého Nasazení Policie ČR (URNa).
People's Republic of China
 People's Liberation Army Special Operations Forces (中国特种部队/中國特種部隊).
Denmark
 Jægerkorpset.
 Politiets Aktionsstyrke (AKS).
Estonia
 K-Komando.
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