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Most Toughest and Hardest Special Forces Training in The World



Most Toughest and Hardest Special Forces Training in The World

Every People Who loves their country, want to join special Forces. But it is not a easy job because, here Most Toughest and Hardest Special Forces Training in The World.

These man and woman’s are work hardest to protect their Country. This Special forces training also very Hard and Tough. A special Team Give them mental and physical Training to be strong. Some Special Force have to take training for Two or three Years. For These job, they have to Live in Middle of the forest or Desert. Lets Continue to main article-

Toughest and Hardest Special Forces Training in The World:

Here i list all the Toughest Special Forces Training in The World by ranking. see the all information bellow

#1 Training of Para SF Commando:

To become a Para SF commando, soldiers have to go through one of the toughest military training in India. Watch this documentary from Veer by Discovery to see the 36 hours stress test for Para Special Forces.

In the 36 hours stress test during Para SF training, commandos are tested beyond their physical limits and mental fears. They are kept sleep deprived with only 2 hours of sleep. The commandos are tested with a continuous series of grueling exercise, a simulated battle situation. And when the body starts giving up, they have to do a speed march of 10 KM with a 30 KG battle load and their personal weapons.

Apart from specialized weapons training and tactical warfare training, the commandos in Para Special Forces training are put through a tremendous amount of physical and psychological stress.

#2 Special Air Service Uk

The Special Air Service (SAS) is a special forces unit of the British Army. The SAS was founded in 1941 as a regiment, and later reconstituted as a corps in 1950. The unit undertakes a number of roles including covert reconnaissance, counter-terrorism, direct action and hostage rescue.

Much of the information and actions regarding the SAS is highly classified, and is not commented on by the British government or the Ministry of Defence due to the sensitivity of their operations.

#3 Indian NSG commando Training:

The National Security Guard (NSG) is an Indian special forces unit under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). It was raised in 1984, following Operation Blue Star and the assassination of Indira Gandhi, “for combating terrorist activities with a view to protect states against internal disturbances”.

Three of their 14 months of training in Manesar, Haryana, are devoted to the basics. The basic training period lasts 90 days. Physical fitness training has 26 elements, ranging from a cross-country obstacle course to jumping from heights and across divides and scaling different kinds terrain. One endurance test involves martial arts, target shooting at the end of an obstacle-ridden cross-country run. This is meant to gauge the candidate’s performance under conditions of stress and exhaustion. Those who successfully complete the tests are sent for nine months of advanced training.

#4 Israel Shayetet 13

Shayetet 13 is a unit of the Israeli Navy and one of the primary sayeret (reconnaissance) units of the Israel Defense Forces. Shayetet 13 specializes in sea-to-land incursions, counter-terrorism, sabotage, maritime intelligence gathering, maritime hostage rescue, and boarding.

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The Training period is continue for 20 Months. Shayetet 13 operates a summer course for teenagers about to enter military service considering joining the unit, who have the opportunity to get a taste of training in diving, raids, navigation, boats, and more

#5 Russian Spetsnaz:

As Spetsnaz is a Russian term, it is typically associated with the special forces units of Russia; but other post-Soviet states often refer to their special forces by the term as well, since they inherited their special purpose units from the now-defunct Soviet security agencies. The 5th Spetsnaz Brigade of Belarus or the Alpha Group of the Security Service of Ukraine are both such examples of non-Russian Spetsnaz forces.

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