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Special Ops Journal #28: US Army Europe's 911, German Infantry, French Marines, Spain TEDEX
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EAN-13 BARCODE: 0089195255280
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ANNOUNCED ON: 1/9/2004
ARRIVED ON: 3/1/2004
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Series: Journal of the Elite Forces & SWAT Units Vol.28
Author: various authors
ISBN: 962-361-038-1
Packaging: 50 pieces per master carton
Box Size: 12"x17.5"x4"
Details: 64 pages, 233 photos

This book contains the following articles:
1) U.S. Army Europe's 911 - The U.S. Army airborne unit based in Europe, the Southern European Task Force(SETAF), located in Vicenza, Italy, is a rapid reaction force, ready to respond anywhere within the U.S. European Command's area of responsibility. It is often named USAREUR's 911. SETAF is deployable within 72 hours. Ralph Zwilling followed the sky soldiers from their jump to their close quarter combat training, with a well documented photographic report.

2) Germany's Inantry in the Future - Since 1993 and the first deployment of German troops as part of a UN mission, The German Bundeswehr switched its focus from the defense of German territory to UN peace support missions. The many new tasks for the German soldiers prompted the development of the new mission-oriented infantry-specific equipment under the program named "Infanterist der Zukunft". Carl Schulze's photo report brings us the body armor and modular combat vest, weapons and equipment of the future German infantryman.

3) The French Marines - In this expanded article, Yves Debay covers all the different units that formed the Troupes de Marine. The French Marines are designed to operate overseas during amphibious and airmobile operations, with 36 units dispersed around the world, ready to deploy to hot spots like Chad, Bosnia and Iraq. Considered elite units, a number of regiments have participated in overseas missions during the last several years.

4) Spain's TEDEX Bomb Squad - Considered the busiest police EOD unit in Europe, Spain's TEDEX is based in Madrid and faces bomb threats from terrorist groups like the Basque ETA terrorists. ETA's weapon of choice, in its 30 years, has been the car bomb, and TEDEX' answer is Kevlar, robots, and highly trained bomb techs.