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Ok so here it is, KAC SR25. I’ve had several people send me messages asking for some full body shots ever since I posted a couple teaser pics a few days ago. This is one of “The Unit” rifles. @vickers_tactical featured something similar in Vickers Guide but if I might so myself, this one has a little more character. #knightarmco #knightsarmament #theunit #deltaforce #sniperrifle #sfod #cag #ace #taskforcegreen #waronterror #moonrock #unobtanium #kac #laruetactical #igmilitia #guns #gunporn #gunkollektor #jsoc #ftbragg #operator #verobeach

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Post 2 of 2: 2 Delta operators in Bamoko, Mali, during the 2015 terror attack on the Raddison Blu hotel. In November 2015, approximately 8 weeks before the Ouagadougou attacks in Burkina Faso, AQIM terrorists took 170 hostages in an attack on the Raddison Blu hotel in Bamoko, the capital city of Mali. At least 2 Delta operators, likely already in Mali at the time of the attack, again provided advice and assistance to Malian SOF who carried out a raid on the hotel in order to free the hostages being held by the terrorists. In another example of JSOC & Delta keeping a small presence alongside the CIA in several 'hotspot' African nations, during the 2012 Benghazi attacks 2 operators from the Unit, along with 5 CIA personnel, flew from the US embassy in Tripoli to Benghazi in order to assist the CIA GRS personnel in their defense of the CIA annex against local militants. For their actions in Benghazi the two Delta operators, one from the Army and the other a Marine, were awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Navy Cross respectively for their actions in aiding the defense of the annex. As many African nations are becoming less stable due to the ever growing threat of terrorism, keeping small teams of operators deployed to these nations allows JSOC to maintain a good degree of situational awareness to any upcoming threats from terrorism in the region, and to respond to these treats quickly if necessary. #TaskForceGreen #Delta #TheUnit #JSOC #SOF #Operator #USASOC

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Post 1 of 2: 2 Delta operators in Burkina Faso, January 2016. On the 15th January 2016, terrorists loyal to AQIM, an offshoot of al-Qaeda operating in Northern Africa, conducted a series of attacks on Ouagadougou, the capital city of Burkina Faso, including the seizure of the Splendid hotel where they took over 150 hostages, many of them from western nations including the US. A team of approximately 30 French SOF deployed to Ouagadougou from neighboring Mali in order to assist Burkinabe SOF in conducting a raid on the hotel in order to recover the hostages. 2 operators from the Unit deployed alongside the French SOF in order to provide advice and assistance to the French forces throughout the operation to recover the hostages, as well as likely coordinating support from US ISR assets which the French had requested for the operation. Particularly since the beginning of the current decade, JSOC, and Delta in particular, have maintained a small footprint in several African nations, typically working out of the embassy alongside the CIA as well as other intelligence agencies to support intelligence gathering operations and other activities targeting the various Islamist terror groups operating throughout the continent. This forward deployment of small JSOC teams has also enabled JSOC to react quickly and place operators at the scene to offer assistance during situations such as the 2016 Ouagadougou attacks.
#TaskForceGreen #Delta #TheUnit #JSOC #SOF #Operator #USASOC

Good account to follow. Not just BS SEAL TEAM /Devgru shitless pics (we know you bat for the other team Trolliver_Queen.) #Repost @jsoc_warriors with @get_repost
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Post 2 of 2: 2 Delta operators in Bamoko, Mali, during the 2015 terror attack on the Raddison Blu hotel. In November 2015, approximately 8 weeks before the Ouagadougou attacks in Burkina Faso, AQIM terrorists took 170 hostages in an attack on the Raddison Blu hotel in Bamoko, the capital city of Mali. At least 2 Delta operators, likely already in Mali at the time of the attack, again provided advice and assistance to Malian SOF who carried out a raid on the hotel in order to free the hostages being held by the terrorists. In another example of JSOC & Delta keeping a small presence alongside the CIA in several 'hotspot' African nations, during the 2012 Benghazi attacks 2 operators from the Unit, along with 5 CIA personnel, flew from the US embassy in Tripoli to Benghazi in order to assist the CIA GRS personnel in their defense of the CIA annex against local militants. For their actions in Benghazi the two Delta operators, one from the Army and the other a Marine, were awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Navy Cross respectively for their actions in aiding the defense of the annex. As many African nations are becoming less stable due to the ever growing threat of terrorism, keeping small teams of operators deployed to these nations allows JSOC to maintain a good degree of situational awareness to any upcoming threats from terrorism in the region, and to respond to these treats quickly if necessary. #TaskForceGreen #Delta #TheUnit #JSOC #SOF #Operator #USASOC

Post 2 of 2: 2 Delta operators in Bamoko, Mali, during the 2015 terror attack on the Raddison Blu hotel. In November 2015, approximately 8 weeks before the Ouagadougou attacks in Burkina Faso, AQIM terrorists took 170 hostages in an attack on the Raddison Blu hotel in Bamoko, the capital city of Mali. At least 2 Delta operators, likely already in Mali at the time of the attack, again provided advice and assistance to Malian SOF who carried out a raid on the hotel in order to free the hostages being held by the terrorists. In another example of JSOC & Delta keeping a small presence alongside the CIA in several 'hotspot' African nations, during the 2012 Benghazi attacks 2 operators from the Unit, along with 5 CIA personnel, flew from the US embassy in Tripoli to Benghazi in order to assist the CIA GRS personnel in their defense of the CIA annex against local militants. For their actions in Benghazi the two Delta operators, one from the Army and the other a Marine, were awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Navy Cross respectively for their actions in aiding the defense of the annex. As many African nations are becoming less stable due to the ever growing threat of terrorism, keeping small teams of operators deployed to these nations allows JSOC to maintain a good degree of situational awareness to any upcoming threats from terrorism in the region, and to respond to these treats quickly if necessary. #TaskForceGreen #Delta #TheUnit #JSOC #SOF #Operator #USASOC

Post 1 of 2: 2 Delta operators in Burkina Faso, January 2016. On the 15th January 2016, terrorists loyal to AQIM, an offshoot of al-Qaeda operating in Northern Africa, conducted a series of attacks on Ouagadougou, the capital city of Burkina Faso, including the seizure of the Splendid hotel where they took over 150 hostages, many of them from western nations including the US. A team of approximately 30 French SOF deployed to Ouagadougou from neighboring Mali in order to assist Burkinabe SOF in conducting a raid on the hotel in order to recover the hostages. 2 operators from the Unit deployed alongside the French SOF in order to provide advice and assistance to the French forces throughout the operation to recover the hostages, as well as likely coordinating support from US ISR assets which the French had requested for the operation. Particularly since the beginning of the current decade, JSOC, and Delta in particular, have maintained a small footprint in several African nations, typically working out of the embassy alongside the CIA as well as other intelligence agencies to support intelligence gathering operations and other activities targeting the various Islamist terror groups operating throughout the continent. This forward deployment of small JSOC teams has also enabled JSOC to react quickly and place operators at the scene to offer assistance during situations such as the 2016 Ouagadougou attacks.
#TaskForceGreen #Delta #TheUnit #JSOC #SOF #Operator #USASOC

A team from the Unit as their ride home arrives after a night operation in Iraq. After the hunt for former Ba'ath party officials was over, JSOC began to focus on the growing threat from AQI. One area of particular focus during these operations was the steady flow of foreign Jihadist fighters into Iraq from Syria; these fighters were often even more fanatical than their Iraqi counterparts, with many having attended training camps prior to their arrival in Iraq where they learned how to manufacture increasingly complex and lethal IEDs, which they would employ in attacks against both US troops as well as Iraqs Shia Muslim population. As well as bomb makers that had received training to manufacture IEDs which were unprecedentedly complex at the time, the majority of suicide bomb attacks were also carried out by these fanatical foreign fighters. The fact that they were happy to end their own lives if they could take US servicemen with them made Delta assaults on AQI safe houses extremely dangerous and more than a few warriors were tragically lost during these raids. On many occasions operators would breach into a house, only to find the interior had been turned into a makeshift bunker complete with machine gun firing positions. Jihadists wearing suicide vests were a very real threat on every operation and in other cases, entire houses were rigged with IEDs; ready to blow in the event of an attempted raid. Despite being fully aware of the potential dangers, Delta often still preferred to attempt to mount a raid rather than call in an airstrike as they knew a captured terrorist had a lot more intelligence value than a dead one, however when confronted with a fanatical enemy barricaded in a building this was sometimes impossible and operators would be forced to fall back in order to call for air support from either SOAR gunships to soften up the target with machine gun fire & rockets, or JDAMs in order to destroy the whole building. These operations against AQI's foreign fighter networks saw some of the most intense battles of the war, and were a key part of degrading AQI's ability to operate. Delta's sacrifices in their commitment to the fight will not be forgotten.

#Theunit #1SFOD #commandos
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At least 2 Delta operators (the dudes in Multicam) about to board an MH-6 Little Bird. The Little Birds are flown exclusively by the 1st Battalion of the 160th SOAR (A); and whilst their use in the Afghanistan campaign is/was limited, their unique capabilities made them perfectly suited to operations in Iraq, where the Little Bird pilots of the 160th SOAR (A) would be out most nights supporting Delta operations against former regime elements of Saddam Hussein Ba'ath party, and later AQI. The MH-6s small size & agility paired with the supreme skill of it's pilots was a force multiplier during direct action raids, where Little Birds could quickly land in narrow streets or on the roofs of buildings to drop off Delta assaulters or snipers much more quickly than fast rope insertion which requires a more lengthy hover, increasing the aircraft & its occupants risk to enemy fire. As well as delivering the assault teams during nightly raids in Iraq, Little Birds would also drop off sniper overwatch teams on building roofs or other vantage points adjacent to the target, or in other cases would serve as an aerial platform for the snipers, who had a clear and uninterrupted view of the battlefield from their perch on one of the Little Birds pods. During aerial vehicle interdiction operations, snipers would engage the moving target vehicle's engine block from their seat on one of the Little Birds pod in order to stop it, often loading their rifles magazine so that the first few rounds were armor piercing to improve their efficiency. These aircraft are a great example of the unique & very effective capabilities utilized by JSOC, and the feats of performance which can (and have) been achieved with them are a testament to both the great design of the aircraft & the immense skill of the Nighstalkers who fly them.
#TaskForceGreen #TaskForceBrown #Delta #DeltaForce #160th #SOAR #Nighstalkers #JSOC #NSDQ #GWOT #Operator #Crye #CryePrecision #MH6 #LittleBird

At least 2 Delta operators (the dudes in Multicam) about to board an MH-6 Little Bird. The Little Birds are flown exclusively by the 1st Battalion of the 160th SOAR (A); and whilst their use in the Afghanistan campaign is/was limited, their unique capabilities made them perfectly suited to operations in Iraq, where the Little Bird pilots of the 160th SOAR (A) would be out most nights supporting Delta operations against former regime elements of Saddam Hussein Ba'ath party, and later AQI. The MH-6s small size & agility paired with the supreme skill of it's pilots was a force multiplier during direct action raids, where Little Birds could quickly land in narrow streets or on the roofs of buildings to drop off Delta assaulters or snipers much more quickly than fast rope insertion which requires a more lengthy hover, increasing the aircraft & its occupants risk to enemy fire. As well as delivering the assault teams during nightly raids in Iraq, Little Birds would also drop off sniper overwatch teams on building roofs or other vantage points adjacent to the target, or in other cases would serve as an aerial platform for the snipers, who had a clear and uninterrupted view of the battlefield from their perch on one of the Little Birds pods. During aerial vehicle interdiction operations, snipers would engage the moving target vehicle's engine block from their seat on one of the Little Birds pod in order to stop it, often loading their rifles magazine so that the first few rounds were armor piercing to improve their efficiency. These aircraft are a great example of the unique & very effective capabilities utilized by JSOC, and the feats of performance which can (and have) been achieved with them are a testament to both the great design of the aircraft & the immense skill of the Nighstalkers who fly them.
#TaskForceGreen #TaskForceBrown #Delta #DeltaForce #160th #SOAR #Nighstalkers #JSOC #NSDQ #GWOT #Operator #Crye #CryePrecision #MH6 #LittleBird

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H&K 416D, First Gen Crye Precision Multicam combat shirt, Bladetech chest mounted holster for G19+Insight Technology M6X, Rigger Made inverted frag pouch, Paraclete HPC w/cummerbund.. Definitely my favorite kit in 2017. #reenacting #specops #specialoperations #specialops #armyspecialoperations #jsoc #delta #deltaforce #taskforcegreen #tacticool #tacticalgear #tacticaladdict #cryeprecision #multicam #cryegen1 #combatshirt #paraclete #cryeordie #surefire #bladetech #blackhawkindustries #eagleindustries #oakley #airsoft #softair #airsoftobsessed #softgunner #airsoftinternational #wargame #bbwarz

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