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10th Combat Weather Squadron

160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment

Agrupacion De Fuerzas Especiales Urbanas

Escuadron de Apoyo Comando, or EAC

Grupo De Operacoes Especiais ( GOE )

US Army Pathfinder Units

Brazilian Army's 1st Special Forces Battalion

U.S.A.F. Combat Control

Comando de Missiones Especiales

Tonelero Special Operations Battalion COMANF

Comando Tropas Especiales

Special Operations Weather Teams ( SOWT )

Delta Force


Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team

Brigada Halcon

Intelligence Support Activity ( ISA )

Joint Communication Unit ( JCU )

Joint Special Operations Command JSOC

Canada's Joint Task Force-Two

The Lanceros

LRSU Long Range Surveillance Units

Naval Combat Demolitions Units

US Navy Reserve SpecWar

U.S.A.F. Pararescue

Army Rangers

United States Marine Corps

Special Activities Staff

Special Boat Teams

The US Navy SEALs

Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR)



Underwater Demolitions Teams

Special Operations Command

Special Operations Command 2

US Air Force Special Operations


Maritime Special Purpose Force

USMC Radio Recon

Force F " Zorros "

Grupo De Operacoes Especiais ( GOE )

The Argentine Air Force maintains a small company-sized special operations unit known as GOE. The unit traces its history back to 1947, when the Air Force formed the country's first jump school and airborne unit. The unit was originally known as the 13th Parachute Regiment and operated under Army control until an official Army airborne unit was raised. Over the years the Air Force's airborne unit was gradually regulated to secondary role, with the Army's Special Forces Group becoming the country's primary special ops force. The 13th Parachute Regiment was reduced in size, and has evolved into its current composition. Currently all of the units members are qualified HALO parachutists and specialize in conducting LRRP missions.

Since its formation the unit has steadily expanded its capabilities, receiving training from US Army Special Forces Mobile Training Teams (MTT), the US Army School of the Americas, and the recently closed US Army Jungle Operations Training Center (JOTC) in Panama. Individual unit members have also attended training at Ft. Bragg, NC.