The United States Special Forces are a special operational unit that specializes in unconventional warfare. They place special emphasis on training with foreign troops, and much of their work is considered classified.
yes they are special operations
US Army Special Forces. They are divided into Groups - 1st Group, 5th Group, 10th Group, etc.
Yes. Both the Mexican Army and Navy have special forces groups. In fact, they train with their American counterparts: the US Army Special Forces and Navy SEALs.
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They are the Special Forces of the US Army.
The US have Delta Force, Rangers and Green Berets.
While elite units were in existence during the Second World War, the US Army Special Forces was not.
The army special forces, commonly called Green Beret, was founded by colonel Aaron Bank
Fort Benning,Fort Bragg,and Fort Carlson
Around WW2, select US Army Rangers and OSS operatives were taken over to the UK to complete the British commando course. Upon completion, they were issued the green beret. After the war, these soldiers then went on to become the first members of the newly formed Army Special Forces. They kept the British green berets as a sign of pride, but they were not sanctioned for wear by the Army. President Kennedy saw an exhibition by them and was very impressed, officially authorizing the beret to wear by US Special Forces only. The Army then took a Canadian beret design and created new US Army green berets for the Special Forces soldiers. There's more information on this on the US Army Special Forces Wikipedia page.
The popular name for Special Ops is Special Forces. They are many special forces around the world with some of the most famous being the British SAS, the US Navy Seals and the US Army Delta Force.