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Welcome Aboard the Marine Special Operations Command Battlefield 4 Milsim Unit!



Commanding Officer: Captain Silva, D
Senior Enlisted: MSgt. Lopez, P




United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) is a component command of the United States Special Operations Command that comprises the Marine Corps' contribution to SOCOM. Its core capabilities are direct action, special reconnaissance and foreign internal defense. MARSOC has also been directed to conduct counter-terrorism, and information operations. Our Mission, is to protect the freedoms of this country, just in a virtual world, and also teach the knowledge it takes to 
become a Marine, to anyone who may want to join, or can not join because of Medical Reasons.






To become a MARSOC Marine, one Must first go through Assessment and Selection  to see if they are qualified for MARSOC, Once qualified, the newly approved MARSOC Candidate will be put through weeks of training in ITC, Airborne School, and SERE training school.


News
Marines Send Rounds Down Range in LAVs during Live
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Marines Send Rounds Down Range in LAVs during Live-Fire Exercises  
Published on Feb 3, 2015
Marines with Light Armored Vehicle Platoon, Company B, Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, conduct live fire exercises on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, January 23-31, 2015.

The Corps Report Ep. 48
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Published on Jan 30, 2015
Welcome to the Marine Corps' web update, "The Corps Report." Tune in every payday for the latest gouge.

Marines and Romanian Soldiers Endure OC Training
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Published on Jan 22, 2015
OC Spray is a non-lethal weapon, designed to target the eyes and used to control riots. Marine Sgt. Russell Midori brings a first-hand account of what was apparently a very painful training day at Platinum Lion 15 in Bulgaria.

MARSOC Marines fine-tune VBSS Skills
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MARSOC Marines fine-tune Visit, Board, Search and Seizure skills
Critical Skills Operators with Bravo Company, 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command, saw through a steel door during Visit, Board, Search and Seizure training near Naval Base Coronado, Calif., Jan. 15. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Donovan Lee/released)

By Sgt. Donovan Lee | 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion | January 29, 2015
http://www.marsoc.marines.mil/ ... -seizure-skills.aspx
Jan. 16 -- U.S. NAVAL BASE CORONADO, Calif. – Critical Skills Operators (CSO) with Bravo Company, 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, conducted Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) training aboard U.S. Naval Base Coronado, Calif., Jan. 5-16.

VBSS is a mission set conducted by MARSOC during maritime interdiction, designed to capture enemy vessels. It is also used to combat terrorism, piracy and smuggling.

“The overall end state is to demonstrate that as an expeditionary and scalable force, a Marine Special Operations Company, is capable of executing a VBSS mission in response to a potential crisis,” said the assistant operations chief for Bravo Co. “At the tactical level, the goal is to develop and fine tune the standard operating procedure a Marine Special Operations Team (MSOT) will utilize while conducting VBSS.”

Conducting operations at sea presented a whole new set of problems the MSOT’s had to overcome throughout the training, said the assistant operations chief for Bravo Co. Maneuvering aboard a ship can disrupt communications and make command and control more difficult. Additionally, the confined spaces and sheer quantity of compartments on a ship extend the time required for a detailed search for personnel and illicit materials, he said.

Because of the difficulties, CSO’s developed new skills while building upon old ones to become more strategically proficient.

“We had to learn a lot of advanced techniques, tactics and procedures, because it’s not just close quarters battle on a boat and we can’t plan for all of the contingencies aboard a ship,” said a CSO with Bravo Co.

At the end of the training, the CSO’s walked away having gained advanced tactical and technical knowledge as well as valuable hands-on experience.

“We learned where the key spaces on a ship are to effectively take control of it,” said a CSO with Bravo Co. “Each ship is different, but they all have similarities; we can use those similarities to apply the fundamentals to any ship we would have to interdict.”

Special Operations Forces Tier System/And SOCOM
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The tier system refers to a classification system for Special Operations Forces. The system originated with the United States Special Operations Command but has been expanded to include Special Forces groups from a range of militaries.

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Tier One:
Tier One are Black elements, which are national-level assets that comprise the highest level of a nations Special Operations force. The chain of command for these units bypasses traditional military bureaucracy, and they are directed by the Head of Government / State, top commanding Generals or Defence Ministers or Secretaries. This include things such as the: US Army's Combat Applications Group (Delta Force), the US Navy's DevGru, and the US Air Force's 24th Special Tactics Squadron.

International counterparts include: Canada's Joint Task Force Two, and United Kingdom's Special Air Service. Every Teir One special force is modeled after the British Special Air Service.

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Tier Two:
Tier Two can be referred to as Grey Special Operations units, which include US Army Special Forces, US Air force JTAC, US Air Force Pararescue, US Navy SEAL teams, US Navy SWCC teams, MARSOC (Operators rename to Marine Raiders on August 6 of 2014) and US Army's 75th Ranger Regiment.

International counterparts include: the Canadian Special Operations Regiment and the Special Forces Support Group of the United Kingdom.

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Tier Three:
Tier Three can be referred to as "White,” and comprise larger infantry support elements. These are not special forces units, but provide broad manpower support when needed for large-scale engagements. Some examples are the US Army's 10th Mountain Division, 82nd Airborne Division, and 101st Airborne Division. Marine corps Recon Battalions, Force Recon Companies, and MEU(SOC). Navy Riverines. Air Force 142d Fighter Wing, 147th Reconnaissance Wing

International counterparts include: Mexican Marines, Royal Marines, Parachute Regiment (UK), and the Royal Canadian Regiment.

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SOCOM and JSOC

SOCOM:
The United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is Headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida and is commanded by a 4-Star General or Flag Officer of the United States Military. It is the Unified Combatant Command charged with overseeing the various Special Operations Commands (SOC or SOCOM) of the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps of the United States Armed Forces. SOCOM is the main command for SOF which includes tier one and tier two

◾MARSOC "Marine Raiders"
◾USASOC "Green berets", "Night Stalkers" and "Rangers"
◾NSWC "SEALS"and "SWCC"
◾AFSOC "Pararescue" and JTAC
And other "Grey" Special Operations Units

JSOC:
The Joint Special Operations Command is the component that controls the special mission units (SMU) of USSOCOM. These units perform highly classified activities. JSOC only commands tier one operators.

◾1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta "Delta Force"
◾Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU)
◾24th Special Tactics Squadron

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