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Intense Training to tát Become a Special Forces Soldier

Thrive with more initiative, self-reliance, maturity, and resourcefulness when you become a Green Beret.

Common Questions

Do I need to tát attend Basic Training to tát become a Special Forces Soldier?

What happens if I’m not selected to tát Special Forces during training?

If you are not ultimately selected to tát join Special Forces during training, you will be assigned to tát a unit as a qualified specialist based on Army needs. In most cases, you’ll work in the Army job you performed prior to tát applying to tát Special Forces—called Military Occupational Specialty (MOS).

What equipment, weapons, and gear vì thế Special Forces Soldiers use?

Special Forces Soldiers carry the most advanced equipment in order to tát complete the most sensitive missions. While the gear and weapons vary based on the mission and team, Special Forces Soldiers use equipment such as: the lightweight all-terrain Ground Mobility Vehicle, the 7.62mm x 45mm shoulder-fired, gas-operated MK17 SCAR select fire modular weapon system with a free-floating barrel, the advanced ram air parachute specially designed for severe environmental conditions, night vision technology, the Re-Breather underwater breathing device to tát navigate rivers and streams unnoticed, the M-4 Carbine rifle, and the Nett Warrior situational awareness system for use during combat operations.

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What language could I be assigned to tát learn as part of Special Forces training?

Assigned languages include French, Indonesian-Bahasa, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese-Mandarin, Korean, Persian-Farsi, Russian, Tagalog, Thai, Levantine, and Arabic (Egyptian).

Do Special Forces Soldiers receive extra pay?

Special Forces Soldiers receive special duty assignment pay, language pay, parachute pay, and special-skills pay such as military free-fall, combat diver, or demolition pay. Their total benefits package includes more phàn nàn $50,000 toward education, 30 days of vacation yearly, complete medical and dental care, initial entry and reenlistment bonuses, and more.

What is the history of the Special Forces?

The first Special Forces unit was officially established during the 1950s, after several notable operational successes during World War II. However, unconventional warfare, a staple of small-unit operations, has its roots since before the Revolutionary War.

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