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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Face the state: First Special Service Force | KPAX

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MTN reporter Jonathon Ambarian discusses the unit that has shaped the U.S. Special Forces, and how they were the first unit trained in unconventional warfare. Bill Woon from the First Special Service Forces Association talks about the origin and formation of the unit, an assigned task that no one previously had. The first impression of the unit was that the missions they wanted to accomplish couldn’t be done. However, the Devil’s Brigade was formed, and the members stepped up to complete missions that others labeled as suicide.

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