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U.S. Green Berets Prepare For Near-Peer War


U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers knocked out simulated enemy air-defense assets during a recent exercise A Delta Force operative, now retired and living in Washington DC, admitted that the scariest thing he ever did was a HALO jump on a moonless night, over the Mediterranean Sea. HALO is an acronym for “high altitude, low opening.” That means that military special forces teams will jump out at a high altitude (generally 30 to 40 thousand feet), and they’ll freefall to a much lower altitude (as low as about 800 feet above the ground) before they deploy their parachutes. By keeping the…

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