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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 12, 2021

A retired Delta Force operator reflects on his career, his missions and his service | Connecting Vets

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George Hand joined the U.S. Army in the 1990’s where he went on to become a Green Beret. After being unsatisfied with this and having a dangerous relationship with his company commander, Hand went to Delta selection and passed the operator training course. Soon after he had deployed to places such as Bosnia and Columbia. Two of his deployments to Bosnia saw him hunting down Persons Indicted For War Crimes by working with the CIA and female soldiers. In Columbia, Hand hunted down cartel members and completed drug busts, as well as trained local counter-terrorism units. He has since been finishing writing a book that details his military experience and has done ghostwriting for other special operations members.

Source: https://connectingvets.radio.com/articles/delta-operator-reflects-on-deployments-around-the-world

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