The Best Warriors Of Nation:- The Para Special Forces That Successfully Operates Surgical Strikes

The Best Worriers Of Nation:- The Para Special Forces That Successfully Operates Surgical Strikes
The Best Worriers Of Nation:- The Para Special Forces That Successfully Operates Surgical Strikes

Hello, Warriors, the main aim of a Parachute Regiment is the quick deployment of soldiers behind enemy lines to attack the enemy from behind and destroy their first line of defence. They are also mandated with missions such as special operations, direct action, hostage rescue, counter-terrorism, unconventional warfare, special reconnaissance, foreign internal defence, counter-proliferation, counter-insurgency, seek and destroy and personnel recovery.

para special can operate from any where
para special can operate from anywhere
  1. In order to be a Para (Special Forces), all personnel are first required to qualify as Paratroopers; once selected the candidates may choose to advance to the SF selection.
  2. All Indian paratroopers are volunteers where only the serving army personnel can opt for para no one else. There is a probationary period of 3 months for all when men undergo various physical & mental tests, during which many are rejected.
  3. It is one of the longest and toughest phases in the world where the applicant is exposed to sleep deprivation, humiliation, exhaustion, mental and physical torture. The selection has reported deaths in the process itself. The attrition rate is very high and is close to 80%.

  4. The Parachute Regiment has, in addition to their participation in other countries, formed part of the United Nation Operations in Gaza and Korea. Today, the regiment is perhaps the only one in the Indian Army to have taken part in every theatre and every operation in and outside the country.
  5. The name “RED DEVILS” was given to them by the soldiers of the German African Corps fighting against them in Africa. The name “RED” came from the “MAROON BERET” that the paratroopers used to wear which is now a trademark for all the paratroopers around the world.
  6. By the start of the new century, the Parachute Regiment had essentially two components. One part was the traditional parachute force, with the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Parachute. The other was the five Parachute Special Forces units with the 1 Para (SF), 2 Para (SF), 9 Para (SF), 10 Para (SF) and 21st Para (SF).

    Had tuff traning
    Had tuff training
  7. The 1 Para (SF) is trained for covert and overt operation; 2, 3 and 4 Para (SFs) is trained for urban warfare, unconventional warfare, foreign internal defence, special reconnaissance & so on.
  8. Firing while rolling and snaking their way through an actual mined path, are some of the days to day training exercises for the Para soldiers.
  9. They can be self-sustained in enemy territory only for a brief period of probably up to 72 hrs beyond which they will be overrun by the sheer numbers of the enemy forces.
  10. The Special Forces Battalions are organised entirely differently in a way which gives them the capability to operate in smaller teams. The SF, unlike the airborne, are used more for special missions and clandestine operations in enemy territory which require a lot of secrecy and the ability to operate in very small teams of five or six. The SF rarely operates as an entire Battalion.

    its mind blowing
    its mind blowing



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