ARMY DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING SPECIAL FORCES TACTICS
Both of the documents presented below were presumably sent from a member of the US Army to a researcher at the Library of Congress. While the first document is clearly whimsical, it nevertheless represents a continuing unease with which members of the regular armed forces of the USA view the members of the "elite" forces. If this is how the insiders see the Special Forces, what would they look like to us?
The second document is a commentary provided by that same personto the researcher concerning a draft report the researcher had prepared. Paragraph C is most telling, especially the part about the force being above the law.
The correspondent's identity has been concealed by BLOWBACK; we hope to contact the member of the Army and see if that person would like to share more of their thoughts on the Special Operations Forces.
Another member of the
US Armed Forces explained it this way to a member of BLOWBACK: "Every
nation in the world needs an army that they can display on parades and an
army that they never display on parades... You have to remember that the
job of an army is to kill people." He could have added that these
elites are those that are best at killing people and training others on
how to kill people.
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