Le terme de forces spéciales (FS) ou Special Forces (SF), selon la définition de l'OTAN, s’applique uniquement aux unités spécifiquement formées, instruites et entraînées pour mener un éventail de missions particulières, allant des opérations spéciales dans le cadre d’un conflit classique à celles relevant de la guerre non conventionnelle. Sont listées ici des unités de police correspondant au Special Weapons And Tactics.

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  • Le terme de forces spéciales (FS) ou Special Forces (SF), selon la définition de l'OTAN, s’applique uniquement aux unités spécifiquement formées, instruites et entraînées pour mener un éventail de missions particulières, allant des opérations spéciales dans le cadre d’un conflit classique à celles relevant de la guerre non conventionnelle. Sont listées ici des unités de police correspondant au Special Weapons And Tactics.
  • 다음은 국가별 군대의 특수부대 목록이다. 정리된 순서는 한국어 기준으로 'ㄱ'에서 'ㅎ'까지 내림차순이다.관련된 다른 목록에 대해서는 아래를 참조하라. 해체된 특수부대 목록 경찰 특공대 목록
  • В данном списке перечислены специальные подразделения по странам и регионам.
  • Viene definito forza speciale un particolare reparto delle forze armate, creato ed impiegato per operazioni speciali, dell’ordinamento militare del paese d’appartenenza.Le tipologie di questi corpi militari, di polizia o antiterrorismo, quindi, variano sensibilmente a seconda del momento storico e dello stato a cui si riferiscono. Nella pratica sono spesso chiamati come corpi d'élite o anche unità speciali. I reparti d'elite dei corpi di polizia (teste di cuoio), non fanno parte delle forze speciali.
  • 特殊部隊の一覧世界各国の特殊部隊の一覧。
  • This is a list of active military special forces units.Although several NATO documents use the term Special Forces, the NATO-Russia Glossary of Contemporary Political and Military Terms doesn't contain any definition for Special Forces. It does have a definition for Special Operations Forces and Special Operations Force:special-operations forces -Strategic formations and units of the armed forces, whose role is to conduct sabotage, reconnaissance, subversive and other special operations on the territory of foreign countries.In wartime they may also be assigned tasks such as intelligence-gathering, the seizure or destruction of key installations, the conduct of psychological operations or the organization of insurgencies in the enemy’s rear area. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have separate special-operations forces brigades, battalions and companies which are integrated with the intelligence assets of military districts, fronts, fleets, armies or corps.special-operations force -Designated special groups of selected servicemen which provide NATO with unique capabilities of special reconnaissance, direct action and military assistance in order to undertake difficult, dangerous and sometimes politically sensitive missions for the theatre commander.These are distinct from special-purpose infantry units such as the Royal Marine Commandos or U.S. Army Rangers.Other potential sources of a good definition for Special Forces or Special Operations Forces include the Department of Defense Dictionary (Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms) and the 24th Special Tactics Squadron memoir No Room for Error by Col. John T. Carney, and Benjamin F. Schemmer. For other units, see: List of active military non-combat special units (see non-combat special units section) List of defunct special forces units List of paratrooper forces List of marine forces List of special police units
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  • The Police Task Force
  • Danish National Guard special support and reconnaissance unit
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  • Le terme de forces spéciales (FS) ou Special Forces (SF), selon la définition de l'OTAN, s’applique uniquement aux unités spécifiquement formées, instruites et entraînées pour mener un éventail de missions particulières, allant des opérations spéciales dans le cadre d’un conflit classique à celles relevant de la guerre non conventionnelle. Sont listées ici des unités de police correspondant au Special Weapons And Tactics.
  • 다음은 국가별 군대의 특수부대 목록이다. 정리된 순서는 한국어 기준으로 'ㄱ'에서 'ㅎ'까지 내림차순이다.관련된 다른 목록에 대해서는 아래를 참조하라. 해체된 특수부대 목록 경찰 특공대 목록
  • В данном списке перечислены специальные подразделения по странам и регионам.
  • 特殊部隊の一覧世界各国の特殊部隊の一覧。
  • This is a list of active military special forces units.Although several NATO documents use the term Special Forces, the NATO-Russia Glossary of Contemporary Political and Military Terms doesn't contain any definition for Special Forces.
  • Viene definito forza speciale un particolare reparto delle forze armate, creato ed impiegato per operazioni speciali, dell’ordinamento militare del paese d’appartenenza.Le tipologie di questi corpi militari, di polizia o antiterrorismo, quindi, variano sensibilmente a seconda del momento storico e dello stato a cui si riferiscono. Nella pratica sono spesso chiamati come corpi d'élite o anche unità speciali.
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  • Liste des unités de forces spéciales
  • List of military special forces units
  • Lista di unità speciali
  • Список специальных подразделений
  • 特殊部隊の一覧
  • 특수부대 목록
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