American Special forces train in Alaska with India Special forces
American Special forces train in Alaska with India Special forces group.
I edited this vid because of the wrong description.
Afghanistan militady service
Marines from VMGR 152 Okinawa, Japan train with soldiers on a C-130J. Marine loadmasters prepare the Soldiers for a rountine jump at the drop zone. The joint training aids in mission readiness.
training of the foreign legion English subtitle
JTF2- Joint Task Force 2 (JTF2) (French: Deuxième Force opérationnelle interarmées, FOI 2) is an elite special operations force of the Canadian Forces primarily tasked with counter-terrorism operations. JTF2 serves alongside the Canadian Special Operations Regiment, the Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit and 427 Special Operations Aviation Squadron as part of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command. Much of the information regarding Joint Task Force 2 is classified, and is not commented on by the Government of Canada CANSOFCOM- Canadian Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM) (French: Commandement des Forces d'opérations spéciales du Canada; COMFOSCAN), is a command of the Canadian Forces. It is responsible for all special forces operations that are capable of responding to terrorism and threats to Canadians and Canadian interests around the world
Scenes from inside the M109A6 Paladin howitzer during live-fire operation. The Paladin has 4 crew members: Commander, Driver, Gunner and Loader. It can travel at a maximum speed of 40mph, and can be fired in less than 60 seconds after it comes to a stop. The Paladin self-propelled howitzer has a firing range of 24 km using unassisted rounds or 30 km using assisted rounds. But some Paladins have been upgraded to fire the Excalibur GPS/extended-range projectile, which has a range of 40 km with an accuracy of 10 m. The Excalibur round was first deployed to Afghanistan in 2008. Film Credits: SSG Noel Gerig, SGT Linsey Williams, SGT Lawren Massey, SSG John Higgins