COLLEGE OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS UNITS

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The college of Special Operations Units examines the various Special Operations organisations not only those of the United States of America military but those of nations worldwide. All courses requested via email will be sent in PDF format unless the student requests otherwise.



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Course Tuition:
2 loose stamps per course only if taking the course by email. Do not send a SASE (Stamped Self Addressed Envelope). Students outside the USA need not send postage. Students are encouraged to take all courses online.

School of Reconnaissance - (RECON)
These courses examine the real life members of the U.S. Marine Corp Recon which are a basis for SFSO Recon in the future.

RECON101 - History
RECON102
- Current Recon
RECON103
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Weapons
RECON104
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Equipment
RECON105
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Training

RECON106 - LRSU Surveillance - Part 1
RECON107
- LRSU Surveillance - Part 2
RECON108
- LRSU Surveillance - Part 3
RECON109
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Long Range Surveillance Recon

School of Rangers - (RANG)
These courses take a look at the U.S. Army's prime light infantry direct action command

RANG101 - History and Tradition
RANG102
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Training
RANG103
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The Mission
RANG104
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Organisation, Equipment and Deployment
RANG105
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Light Infantry Operations


School of Sea, Air, and Land Forces - SEALs - (SEALS)
These courses take a look at one of the most famous Special Operations in U.S. Service

SEALS101 - Selection
SEALS102
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Care of Equipment
SEALS103
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Marksmanship
SEALS104
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Field Skills
SEALS105
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Movement


School of United States Forces - (USF)
These courses look at the other U.S. Military Special Operations groups from green Berets to Delta Force.

USF101 - U.S. Special Forces
USF102
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U.S. Air Force Special Operations
USF103
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U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command (USMC)
USF104
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The U.S. Joint Special Missions Unit (Delta Force)



School of World Wide Special Operations - (WWSO)
These courses take a look at the Special Operations units across the world. In this school, we look at the military units not the police units which are often part of the national police departments. Those units examined are part of their countries' military and may be called upon to work both inside and outside their country while protecting their countries' interest. Where multiple groups are examined there may be more than one course provided. The order is strictly random and has nothing to do with capabilities or country of origin.

WWSO101 - Spetsnaz
WWSO102
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British Special Forces - Part 1
WWSO103
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British Special Forces - Part 2
WWSO104
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Australian and New Zealand Special Forces

WWSO105 - Austrian and Swiss Special Operations
WWSO106
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Malaysian and Thai Special Operations
WWSO107
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Spanish, Greek and Portuguese Special Forces
WWSO108
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Scandinavian Special Forces

WWSO109 - French Special Operations
WWSO110
- Former Soviet bloc Countries Special Operations - Part 1
WWSO111
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Former Soviet bloc Countries Special Operations - Part 2

WWSO112 - Israel's Special Operations
WWSO113
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The Netherlands Special Operations
WWSO114
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South American Special Operations Units
WWSO115
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Chinese and North Korean Special Operations

WWSO116 - Canadian Special Operations
WWSO117
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German Special Operations Units
WWSO118
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African Special Operations Units
WWSO119
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Indian and Pakistan Special Operations Units

 

SOURCE MATERIALS NEEDED:

Any materials required will be supplied with each course.

 

 

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