U. S. Counter-Terrorist Forces

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MBI Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2002 - History - 379 pages
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September 11 showed us that the face of war is changing. Today, armed forces must battle elusive enemies without traditional targets like military or industrial installations. As a result, special counter-terrorist teams from the armed forces and federal and local law enforcement assume a frontline position, employing sophisticated tactics to combat terrorist operations around the globe. This book provides a detailed look into the history and operations of the nation's elite counterterrorist forces, including the Marshal Service's Special Ops Group, the FBI Hostage Rescue Team, the U.S. Army's 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-DELTA, and the U.S. Army Special Forces, or "Green Berets."

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About the author (2002)

Fred J. Pushies has spent the last eighteen years in the company of each of the units assigned to United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM). He has skimmed across the waves with the SEALs in an eighty-two-foot-long Mark V Special Operations craft, flown at treetop level with the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, and crunched through the brush with Force Recon Marines. His other Zenith Press titles include Night Stalkers: 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment"; Special Ops: America's Elite Forces in 21st Century Combat"; 10th Mountain Division"; 82nd Airborne"; U.S. Air Force Special Ops"; Marine Force Recon"; and Weapons of the Navy Seals". Fred lives in Westland, Michigan.

Giangreco is an editor for the US Army's professional journal "Military Review.

Steve Tomajczyk has written numerous books on weapons, agencies, and other aspects of the U.S. military and warfare, including "Black Hawk, Bomb Squads, and "Carrier Battle Group. Tomajczyk lives in Loudon, New Hampshire.

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