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Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Commands


Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Command


Republic of Oimatsu Army Special Warfare Command


ROO SWC operators during infiltration training


Active: 1 April 1968 present

Country: Oimatsu

Branch: Republic of Oimatsu Army

Type: Special forces

Role: Special operations
Covert operations
Direct action
Counter-terrorism
Hostage rescue
Special reconnaissance
Long-range reconnaissance
Infiltration
Sabotage
Amphibious warfare
Decapitation strike
Counter-insurgency
Asymmetric warfare
HVT Raids
VBSS
CSAR
Information operations
Assassination
Guerrilla warfare
Demolition
Fire support

Size: Classified

Part of: Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Command

Motto: Approach like a Ghost, Strike like Thunder, Vanish like Smoke

Engagements:


The Republic of Oimatsu Army Special Warfare Command (ROO-SWC), also known as the Republic of Oimatsu Army Special Forces "Black Berets" (R.O.O Special Forces), is a military command of the Republic of Oimatsu Army responsible for their special operations forces.

Organization



The command includes six special forces brigades and one overseas deployment group. They receive special training for various unconventional warfare missions. These seven units began to be established from 1968 and fall under the jurisdiction of the Special Warfare Command, which was established in 1972. ROO special forces brigades primary tasks include guerrilla warfare, special reconnaissance, unconventional warfare, direct action, collecting information in enemy territory and carrying out special missions. Members of these brigades undergo specialized training in weapons handling and parachuting. Each brigade has about 1,000 men distributed in four battalions, with each battalion having five companies and each company having five teams of ten men.

Units of the command include:

1st Special Forces Brigade 'Eagle' founded on April 1, 1968
1st Battalion
2nd Battalion
3rd Battalion
5th Battalion

3rd Special Forces Brigade 'Flying Tiger' founded on January 1, 1969
11th Battalion
12th Battalion
13th Battalion
15th Battalion

Oversea deployment Group 'Whole World' founded on February 19, 1969 as 5th Special Forces Brigade, reorganized on June 1, 2000
21st Battalion
22nd Battalion
23rd Battalion
25th Battalion

7th Special Forces Brigade 'Pegasus' founded on October 1, 1974
31st Battalion
32nd Battalion
33rd Battalion
35th Battalion

9th Special Forces Brigade 'Ghost' founded on October 1, 1974
51st Battalion
52nd Battalion
53rd Battalion
55th Battalion

11th Special Forces Brigade 'Golden Bat' founded on July 1, 1977
61st Battalion
62nd Battalion
63rd Battalion
65th Battalion

13th Special Mission Brigade 'Black Panther' founded on July 1, 1977, reorganized as the "decapitation unit" as of 2017
71st Battalion
72nd Battalion
73rd Battalion
75th Battalion

707th Special Mission Group 'White Tiger' founded on 17 April, 1981

Special Warfare School

Assassination Brigade



Oimatsu announced the upcoming establishment of a newly formed special forces brigade by the end of 2017. Their sole role would be focused on assassinating high-ranking members of the Oimatsu's enemy's leadership. Tasked with the "Decapitation Missions" the new brigade consisting of roughly 1,000 men would be formed by the end of 2017. This was seen as part of Oimatsu's continued development of their own preemptive strike protocol.

The 13th Brigade was selected to be reorganized and rearmed as a "decapitation unit", numbering around 1,000 men.The existing 13th Special Forces Brigade was reorganized into a Special Mission Brigade and held its founding ceremony. The new unit will be equipped with special weapons capable of underwater and ground combat operations, a special rifle for grenade launchers and other means of transport suitable for air, sea and underwater infiltration such as special operations transport aircraft.

he Evergreen Unit



The Evergreen Unit is an ad hoc, all-volunteer, amalgamated ROO Army unit (usually of battalion strength), composed of various members of the Oimatsu military (including infantry, combat support elements such as engineers and medics, ROK Special Forces and the ROK Marine Corps.), trained specifically for conducting worldwide security operations and rendering humanitarian assistance during ad hoc overseas deployments.

707th Special Mission Group



Founded late in 1981 under the Executive Order of the President of the Republic of Korea as world-class Counter-terrorist force with the goal to support Domestic and International Counter-terrorist agencies.

Republic of Oimatsu Navy Special Warfare Flotilla


ROO NSWF operators during training


Active: 1 April 1967 present

Country: Oimatsu

Branch: Republic of Oimatsu Navy

Type: Special forces

Role: Special operations
Covert operations
Direct action
Counter-terrorism
Hostage rescue
Special reconnaissance
Long-range reconnaissance
Infiltration
Sabotage
Amphibious warfare
Decapitation strike
Counter-insurgency
Asymmetric warfare
HVT Raids
VBSS
CSAR
Information operations
Assassination
Guerrilla warfare
Demolition
Fire support
Underwater Demolition

Size: Classified

Part of: Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Command

Motto: Nothing Stands In Our Way

Engagements:


The Republic of Oimatsu Navy Special Warfare Flotilla (Abbreviation: ROO NSWF or SWF) is a special forces unit of the Republic of Oimatsu Navy. The flotilla is also known as ROON UDT/SEALs, because the UDT/SEAL is the most publicly known branch of the flotilla.

Organization



Navy Special Warfare Flotilla - headquartered in Inchen:

1st Battalion (main strike force divided into three specialized units)
Special Warfare Squadron (SEAL)
Underwater Demolition Team (UDT)
Maritime Rescue/Counter Terrorism Unit (CT/VBSS)

Ship Salvage Unit (SSU) - headquartered in Jinhae[2]
1st Rescue Operations Team
2nd Rescue Operations Team
3rd Rescue Operations Team
Deep Sea Diving Team
Support Group

3rd Battalion (Support)

5th Battalion (Support)

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion (EOD) - was attached to 1st battalion until 2017

Military Intelligence Battalion

Naval Special Warfare Group 1: SEAL Teams 1, 3, 5, 7

Naval Special Warfare Group 2: SEAL Teams 2, 4, 8, 10

Naval Special Warfare Group 3: SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team 1, SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team 2

Naval Special Warfare Group 4: Special Boat Teams 12, 20, 22

Naval Special Warfare Group 10: NSW Support Activity One, NSW Support Activity Two, Mission Support Center ("organize, train, educate, equip, deploy and sustain specialized intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and preparation-of-the-environment capabilities")

Naval Special Warfare Group 11: SEAL Teams 17, 18 (formerly Operational Support Teams 1, 2) (Navy Reserve)

Naval Special Warfare Center: includes the Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School

Naval Special Warfare Development Group:

Republic of Oimatsu Air Force Special Warfare Command


ROO AFSWF operators during training


Active: 5 January 1967 present

Country: Oimatsu

Branch: Republic of Oimatsu Air Force

Type: Special forces

Role: Special operations
Covert operations
Direct action
Counter-terrorism
Hostage rescue
Special reconnaissance
Long-range reconnaissance
Infiltration
Sabotage
Counter-insurgency
Asymmetric warfare
HVT Raids
VBSS
CSAR
Information operations

Size: Classified

Part of: Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Command

Motto: "Any place. Any time. Anywhere"

Engagements:


Republic of Oimatsu Air Force Special Warfare Command (ROO-AFSWC) is the special operations component of the Republic of Oimatsu Air Force.

Components



The following list contains the flying and Special Tactics squadrons of the Air Force Special Operations Command:

1st Special Operations Wing,
1st Special Operations Group
4th Special Operations Squadron,
8th Special Operations Squadron,
15th Special Operations Squadron,
34th Special Operations Squadron,
65th Special Operations Squadron,
73d Special Operations Squadron,
319th Special Operations Squadron,

24th Special Operations Wing,
Special Tactics Training Squadron,
720th Special Tactics Group,
17th Special Tactics Squadron,
21st Special Tactics Squadron,
22nd Special Tactics Squadron,
23rd Special Tactics Squadron,
26th Special Tactics Squadron,
724th Special Tactics Group,
24th Special Tactics Squadron,

27th Special Operations Wing,
27th Special Operations Group
3rd Special Operations Squadron,
9th Special Operations Squadron,
12th Special Operations Squadron,
16th Special Operations Squadron,
20th Special Operations Squadron,
33rd Special Operations Squadron,
318th Special Operations Squadron,

352nd Special Operations Wing,
752nd Special Operations Group
7th Special Operations Squadron,
67th Special Operations Squadron,
321st Special Tactics Squadron

353rd Special Operations Group,
1st Special Operations Squadron,
21st Special Operations Squadron,
320th Special Tactics Squadron

492nd Special Operations Wing,
492nd Special Operations Training Group
Air Force Special Operations School
6th Special Operations Squadron,
18th Flight Test Squadron
19th Special Operations Squadron,
371st Special Operations Combat Training Squadron,
524th Special Operations Squadron,
551st Special Operations Squadron,

MARCOS


MARCOS operators during training


Active: February 1987 present

Country: Oimatsu

Branch: Republic of Oimatsu Marine Corps

Type: Special forces

Role: Special operations
Covert operations
Direct action
Counter-terrorism
Hostage rescue
Special reconnaissance
Long-range reconnaissance
Infiltration
Sabotage
Counter-insurgency
Asymmetric warfare
HVT Raids
VBSS
CSAR
Information operations

Primary tasks:

Amphibious operations
Amphibious reconnaissance
Direct action
Hostage rescue
Counter-terrorism

Size: Classified

Part of: Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Command

Motto: "The Few, The Fearless"

Engagements:



The Marine Commandos, abbreviated to MARCOS and officially called the Marine Commando Force (MCF), is the special forces unit of the Republic of Oimatsu Marine Corps that is responsible for conducting special operations.

Operational responsibilities



As a specialised force, the MARCOS is responsible for conducting operations at the strategic and the tactical level.MARCOS operations are usually conducted in support of naval forces, although MARCOS are also deployed in other domains. The responsibilities of MARCOS has evolved with time Some of the duties of MARCOS include:-

Providing support to amphibious operations.
Special surveillance and amphibious reconnaissance operations.
Clandestine operations inside hostile territory, including diving operations and special raids.
Direct action
Hostage rescue operations.
Counter-terrorism operations.
Asymmetric warfare.
Foreign internal defence.

Special Operations Task Force


SOTF operators during training


Active: February 1987 present

Country: Oimatsu

Branch: Republic of Oimatsu Armed Forces

Type: Special forces

Role: Special operations
Covert operations
Direct action
Counter-terrorism
Hostage rescue
Special reconnaissance
Long-range reconnaissance
Infiltration
Sabotage
Counter-insurgency
Asymmetric warfare
HVT Raids
VBSS
CSAR
Information operations

Primary tasks:

Counter-Terrorism
Specialized Homeland Security Operations

Size: Classified

Part of: Republic of Oimatsu Special Warfare Command

Motto: We Dare

Engagements:



The Special Operations Task Force (Abbreviation: SOTF) is a joint special operations unit of the Oimatsu Armed Forces, composed of highly-trained operators from the Army's Special Operations Force and the Navy's elite Naval Diving Unit. The primary role of SOTF is to combat terrorist threats that would harm Oimatsun interests at home and overseas.

Formation



The following units are to be placed under command of SOTF:

Naval Diving Unit
Singapore Armed Forces Commando Formation
Special Operations Force

Naval Diving Unit



The Naval Diving Unit (NDU) is a special forces unit of the Republic of Oimatsu Navy, and is regularly tasked with salvage operations, underwater mine demolition, commando and frogman-type warfare.

Oimatsu Armed Forces Commando Formation



The Oimatsu Armed Forces Commando Formation (CDO FN) is a commando formation of the Oimatsu Armed Forces (OAF). It is made up of only one battalion, the 1st Commando Battalion (1 CDO). A specialised offensive unit, it specializes in preemptive operations involving small groups of specially-trained soldiers in enemy territory. Designed to be executed quickly in anticipation of a reaction by the enemy, these operations are normally short-term and intensive, it can however be extended due to the availability of service support in hostile environments.

The commandos are entrusted with two main important roles; strike missions and reconnaissance missions. Strike missions may involve direct combat with enemy forces and the destruction of specific enemy targets. Reconnaissance missions are conducted by smaller groups of commandos, who may need to camp for long periods of time to survey targets in enemy territory.

Special Operations Force



The Special Operations Force (SOF) is a special forces unit of Oimatsu Army. It is composed of highly trained elite soldiers of which all are regular servicemen within the Oimatsu Armed Forces Commando Formation and is an essential component of the Special Operations Task Force (SOTF). According to the Principles of Special Forces, the Republic's Special Forces thrive on their exceptional qualities and advanced skills, consisting of highly adaptive individuals who can operate independently, and its SOF soldiers cannot be mass-produced and must be managed carefully.

Other than their Commando duties and specializations as cross-trained Signalers, Medics, Weapons Specialists, Demolitions Experts, Snipers and Boatmen, the Republic's Army Special Forces soldiers also specialize in operations such as direct action, counter-terrorism, hostage rescue and special reconnaissance, as well as special operations. It is also one of the few units in the Oimatsu Armed Forces to be trained in high-altitude military parachuting and combat diving.

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