The green beret is the title of the US Army Special Forces. This unit generally fights alone with a detachment of 12 people. It is good at unconventional warfare, internal defense outside the country, special reconnaissance, direct action, and counter-terrorism. It can also perform non-proliferation, hostage rescue, and humanitarian missions.
Each member of the Green Berets is a master of guerrilla warfare, masters at least one foreign language, has his own technical expertise (weapons, engineering, communications, medical), and has also received comprehensive cross-training in other majors. The ability to train and command an infantry company. “Green Berets” are often sent to many countries in the world and can perform various special operations missions in various environments. The “green berets” are the main force of the United States in unconventional warfare. It is the first regularized special force in the United States.
Special forces include some secret establishments, and their work is often maintained under the appearance of mysterious excuses. These include Seapary, a unit that unites the Army and the CIA. It was established in 1981 to transport special forces and other units, mainly the Delta Force, to all parts of the world; intelligence support activities and the “yellow fruit” rapid response team. The latter is said to have been given the task of anti-Spetsnaz operations, and is operating under “International Commercial Preservation” under the disguised fake business group one by one. It ended in the mid-1980s and justified its corrupt financial management.