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An example of some of our German counterparts that we worked and trained with. These are from Pete Kelley.
Former SGM of Detachment “A” Jeff Raker gave a powerful speech at the Detachment “A” get together on 17 September 2016. Here is Part I.
Author: Drew Brooks, Fayetteville Observer
Dressed in civilian clothes with long hair, the men looked like any other on the streets of East Berlin.
Their German accents didn’t give away their true identities as American Special Forces soldiers, part of a clandestine military unit operating during the Cold War.
Berlin, a divided city located 100 miles behind the Iron Curtain, was a focal point in the tensions that developed between NATO forces and the Soviet Union after World War II.
WeAreTheMighty.com author Blake Stilwell published this article about Sid Shachnow.
For most people, surviving the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Europe would be the defining moment of their lives. Men like Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow aren’t most people. The Lithuanian-born Shachnow survived a forced labor camp and went on to join the U.S. Army, serve in Vietnam, and lead the Army Special Forces’ ultra-secret World War III would-be suicide mission in Berlin during the Cold War.