Examine the history of organizations from the Green Berets WWII paratroopers through to Seal Team 6 the British SAS and private contractors like Black Water and Brown and Root.
Close Quarter Battle
See what it feels like to be “inside the heads” of special police personnel and how their use of military-style strategies and equipment allows them to save lives.
After the fall of the Soviet Union many countries remained in dispute. In 1994 a bitter conflict broke out between the Chechen independence movement and the Russian army.
The British Empire's legacy in Northern Ireland is well known but there is an untold story of the firefights and CQBs exchanged between the IRA the British army and the elite SAS.
The U.S. raid on Panama is recreated focusing on the reflexes of the Delta Force team from the moment they entered the prison to their extraction from the roof by helicopter.
Learn how snipers were used in the Bosnian War and the tactics devised to combat them.
A more contemporary look at a day in the life of a group of civilian army contractors and how their role has evolved on the modern battlefield.
Terry Schappert looks at the counter-terrorism training and tactics used since the September 11 2001 attacks.
A look at the raid by the Foreign Legion on a small airport in Iraq during the 1990 Gulf War.
Learn how special operations integrated into regular units fought through many CQBs to find and capture Saddam Hussein.