Teamwork is one of the most vital elements for success on the battlefield. That goes for the teamwork at the level of a squad, or recon team, to the teamwork that has to be understood and carried out in something as large as a Normandy Invasion.
Teamwork is the centerpiece of military training and that of many other professional organizations as well.
This video will introduce you to the kind of teamwork that is being developed at all of these levels in today’s military. It is about the National Guard’s 20th Special Forces Group and the kind of training that they undergo with the teamwork of both the United States Navy and the United States Coast Guard, as well as other federal and local law enforcement agencies.
This training is comprehensive and crosses the cultural lines between the services with an almost seamless efficiency. Knowing each others skills, equipment, and training techniques makes for the most effective kind of teamwork.
This kind of across the services teamwork as seen in this video is one of the reasons behind the awesome, coordinated efficiency of our modern military. It used to be that the Army was the Army, and the Navy the Navy, etc., but now, especially at the Special Forces level, there has been a much greater communication, cooperation, and sharing between them.
This has only served to make our armed forces that much more effective than ever before.
This kind of teamwork makes good sense, and you can see it in action in the video below.
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To quote Winston Churchill, “Never was so much owed by so many to so few.” Thank you all for your service. You can never hear that enough.
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