20 Scariest Looking Special Forces from Around The World

The Special Forces teams from around the globe are some scary looking people. And for a right reason. They are the people that are called upon for the most dangerous missions. They have to be tougher than the rest. Ready to make sacrifices for others, for the safety of the general public, for whatever that may be. There has been depictions of bad-ass Special Forces soldiers in TV shows and movies but what do the forces actually really look like? We do see depictions of them in shooters like Rainbow Six Siege too but how realistic are those kinds of fictions anyway?

Here are twenty photos of the scariest, most dangerous looking soldiers from Special Forces teams across the globe. They are the best of the best, the most elite trained soldiers in the world. They’re training is more specialised and gruelling than anything a soldier will have seen before.

Fear them, try and train with them, even – if you’re lucky – become one of them and protect us from the deadly threats we face in the world today.

British SAS:

The SAS are the foremost tactical soldiers in Britain. The selection policy for the SAS is notably exclusive with a percentage rate of getting into the squad extremely low. The SAS are only deployed in serious operations, and they have to be trained to a high level. One of the best will succeed.

Source: Daily Express

Source: Daily Express

Aus SASR Sniper:

A sniper unit is found in most countries and Australia are no stranger to employing such a unit in battle.

Source: Pinterest

Source: Pinterest

US SEALS:

Like the British SAS, the SEALS are the U. S’s most foremost unit. They are also only employed in domestic and international incidents and operations of the most secretive and dangerous level. For example, it was the SEALS that took down Osama Bin Laden. These are soldiers that are on top of the game, as they aim to be on top of terrorists and other potential dangers to human life.

Source: Navy SEALs

Source: Navy SEALs

JTF2:

A sort of Canadian type of SEALS, the Canadian SF operators are known for combating threats in cold environments and need to stay safe in cold weather as well as protecting themselves from enemy fore or other dangers.

Source: Toronto Star

Source: Toronto Star

France Special Force Commandos:

The chief soldiers of the Special Forces of France. These commandos have been employed recently in wake of the devastating terrorist attacks that have shook the country.

Source: Heavy.com

Source: Heavy.com

Danish Frogman:

These Danish ‘Frogmen’ are most notably terrifying due to their olive coloured headwear which gives them an un-humanlike appearance and is designed to be camouflaged and scary all at once.

Source: Reddit

Source: Reddit

Black Storks:

The Black Storks are a SF unit from Pakistan. They are fully equipped with tactical gear and their headwear makes them look uniquely frightening too.

Source: Shughal

Source: Shughal

GIS:

The Special Forces of Italy and simple in uniform but deadly in their ability to neutralize the threats posed to them.

Source: Discover Elite Police

Source: Discover Elite Police

Alpha Group (Spetsgruppa):

Russia is known for its forces that aim to protect the country and to police its policies of national security. The Alpha Group of the Spetsgruppa are no stranger to these principles.

Source: Wikiwand

Source: Wikiwand

Polish GROM:

Another unit, this time from Poland, who utilize top of line technological hardware and military tech that makes them look almost like a super-soldier from the future.

Source: YouTube

Source: YouTube

Spanish GEO:

These forces are skilled in training that other forces just do not undertake like rappelling down the sides of buildings.

Source: Funnyjunk

Source: Funnyjunk

British Special Boat Services:

These British soldiers attack from the sea which makes them a formidable attack forces as they gain the element of surprise on their threats.

Source: YouTube

Source: YouTube

Shayetet 13:

Another special forces from Israeli, as part of the IDF. These soldiers are deadly and fell funded to deal whatever they are sent out for.

Source: Wikipedia

Source: Wikipedia

Albanian Special Operations Battalion:

Albania is no stranger to conflict and this is why a special Forces such as this one is set up to promote peace and harmony in the nation.

Source: Army

Source: Army

Belgian SWDS:

Another unit that is designated for rescue and salvage missions.

Source: special-ops.org

Source: special-ops.org

Irish Army Rangers:

Another country known for its troubled conflicted history. These rangers keep good check in Ireland to make sure bloodshed on the streets never happens again.

Source: Defence Forces

Source: Defence Forces

US Army Special Forces Sniper:

This division of the SF in the US is dedicated to sniping. These are some of the most well-trained shooters in the world as they are deployed to assassinate very high-profile targets.

Source: Special Forces

Source: Special Forces

Peruvian Army Special Forces:

These SF soldiers employ the old trick of face paint to motivate them in the heat of the moment and to let enemies know they are a force to be reckoned with.

Source: Have the cows come home yet? - WordPress.com

Source: Have the cows come home yet? – WordPress.com

GSG9:

The elite Special Forces unit in Germany, these are also found as operators in Rainbow Six Siege.

Source: Mirror

Source: Mirror

Norwegian MJK:

A country not known for conflict still needs a Special Forces unit if needs be. Its citizens must be protected at all costs.

Source: Pinterest

Source: Pinterest