Tango in sight.. -
|July 8th, 2004||#1|
Tango in sight.. info
Occupation; sergeant in the KCT (green berets).
Cant give more information about my actual spot in there.
Specialist in; Contra-terrorism and Mountain leading.
Interests; Martial arts, skydiving, climbing, women, car's, history and firearms.
I found this website when i was looking for a quote from the movie; Black Hawk Down.
You can discover what your enemy fears most, by observing the ways he tries to frighten you.
|July 8th, 2004||#2|
welcome enjoy your stay
"Regard your soldiers as your children, and they will follow you into the deepest valleys.
Look on them as your own beloved sons, and they will stand by you even unto death!"
|July 8th, 2004||#3|
Well, welcome to the forum. Should be interesting.
|July 8th, 2004||#5|
Welcome to the forum Danny!
Care to PM me or RnderSafe some additional info about your military career?
It'll be kept strictly confidential, and it's for verification purposes only.
We have some pretty strict rules when it comes to verifying your military career, especially when it comes to "special" stuff..
Thanks for your understanding, and I hope you enjoy your stay here!
|July 8th, 2004||#6|
This is how you look like after completing the Basic Commando Course.
Walkin in the water
Green berets during theyre heavy course
a 'Commando sleeping room '
just a little climb
Shooting with a glock 17
The headgear is a traditional thing in the green berets. You only wear it in the 8 weeks basic commando course. It itches like hell.
They also put a rope over you shoulders and behind your back, so your buddies can hold on to it when they are about to crash down. It happens alot. everybody get's his little 'moment'.
An instructor dragging a cadet, and the cadet dragging a fellow cadet
Counter-Terrorism Unit during an exercise
Green berets during a Cold Weather Training in Norway.
Green beret sniper during a Cold Weather Training in Norway.
Source of pictures; www.inhail.com
If you can understand and read dutch, i recommend you take a look on that website. The webmaster wrote his entire experience of the courses you have to do, to get the green beret.
|July 8th, 2004||#8|
The Netherlands hasn't got any mountains.
In the basic course u been tossed around in lot's of countries: Netherlands, Belgium, Poland and Germany
The mountain picture is taken in; Marche le Dames (Belgium). You go there in week 5 or 6, depends on the schedule.
The cold weather training is a standard issue every green beret must have done. But you do this after u completed the basic course, in the advanced commando course. Other courses u get are;
-Jungle course in martinique or suriname.
-Warm weather training in the states or in spain.
-rock climbing courses in belgium again or in scotland.
etc; etc; u name it, we do it.
The netherlands may be a small country, but that doesnt say anything about theyre armed forces. We are highly respected within international collegues. Our marines, green berets and the 11th air manouvre brigade(airborne rangers) kick ass.
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|July 8th, 2004||#10|
Been walking the Nijmegen march three times, so I've had the pleasure to talk to several of your colleagues.
(that's also why I posted my comments about the mountains. I couldn't find a single one of them! )
Sounds like an interesting course.