Special Forces Officer
The concept of elite units of special forces first emerged in the 11th century as part of Chinese military strategy.
Today's special forces are recruited and trained for exactly the same reason: they're an elite group that undertake missions that are unconventional and risky.
Special forces officers operate in areas such as counter terrorism, foreign internal defense to support foreign government forces, direct action to capture or destroy enemy installations, and special reconnaissance missions to gather mission-critical intelligence.
- Conflict Resolution
- Decision Making
- Risk Taking
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