Doubt it would have been an F-14.
Each branch of the military Including the Coast Guard has one or more special units. I'm sure it's still fucking difficult training It is a special forces unit, after all , but the fact that a lot of larger nations have been involved in more conflicts around the world probably explains the comparatively low deaths. Posting rules Submissions must be verifiable. Why we need rules.
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I don't believe this is true. Sign in. No misleading claims. Fun Fact: Last edited by a moderator: Your name or email address: That was 2003 and it was Al Asad air base in north-western Iraq.
Click here! And you really think they would list incidents during covert missions as "incident during covert mission" and not "Training incident". The operational tempo has been just as high for the SASR as it has been for many other similar sized units over the last decade and they have still managed to maintain a relatively small loss rate.
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This suggests that the same logic could be applied to other environments or situations, for instance, if the same training regiment was applied to american military forces that their training casualties would then exceed the casualties of combat. The other notable difference relates to technology.
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