Forces Spéciales Américains, 1965–1973

Table of Organisation & Equipment

Forces Spéciales U.S. Américains, 1965–1973

US Army Special Forces trace their lineage to the 1st Special Service Force, a combined force of 1.600 volontaires américains et canadiens, which was activated on 20 Juillet 1942 et disbanded at the end of the war. The 1st Special Service Force served in the Aleutians Campaign en 1943, Italie en 1943 et 1944, Southern France et la Rhénanie en 1944. Surviving members of the 1st Special Service Force were transferred to the US Army Rangers et the 1r Bataillon Parachutiste Canadien when the unit was disbanded on 5 Décembre 1944. Après la guerre, there was no apparent need for a Special Service Force, but en 1952 the 10th Special Forces Group was raised at Bad Tölz et Lenngries, Allemagne. In the beginning, many of the soldiers of 10th Special Forces Group were réfugiés from Eastern Europe.

En 1962, President Kennedy showed his support for the Special Forces, calling the green beret "a symbol of excellence, a badge of courage, a mark of distinction in the fight for freedom". By 1962 there were approximately 5,000 Special Forces soldiers training et supporting allied armed forces around the globe. Between 1966 et 1968, the US Special Forces reached a strength of 11,000 officiers et soldats.


  • Forces Spéciales US, Commandement, 1/60 Chiltern Miniatures US2531
  • Forces Spéciales US wearing Jones Hat, 1/60 Chiltern Miniatures US2532
  • Forces Spéciales US Heavy Weapons, 1/60 Chiltern Miniatures US2533
  • Forces Spéciales US wearing Berets, 1/60 Chiltern Miniatures US2534
  • Bérets Verts US, 20 mm Platoon 20 VW8
  • Navy SEALS ou LRRP, 20 mm Platoon 20 VW9
  • Forces Spéciales US, 1/72 ESCI P-228
  • Delta Force US, 1/120 cannonfodder miniatures SF1
  • Rangers US, 1/120 cannonfodder miniatures SF2
  • Forces Spéciales Pack #1, 1/120 cannonfodder miniatures SF4

Compagnie des Forces Spéciales US

  • B Detachment
    • Major, Chef de Compagnie des Forces Spéciales (CO)
    • Captain, Executive Officer (XO)
    • Warrant Officer, Company Technician
    • Company Sergeant Major (CSM)
    • Operations Sergeant
    • Assistant Operations Sergeant
    • Medical Sergeant
    • Communications Sergeant
    • Assistant Communications Sergeant
    • Supply Sergeant
    • NBC Sergeant
  • A-1 Detachment
    • Captain, Detachment Commander
    • Warrant Officer, Detachment Technician
    • Team Sergeant, Special Forces Operations Sergeant
    • O&I Sergeant, Assistant Operations Sergeant
    • Weapons Sergeant
    • Assistant Weapons Sergeant
    • Engineer Sergeant
    • Assistant Engineer Sergeant
    • Medical Sergeant
    • Assistant Medical Sergeant
    • Communications Sergeant
    • Assistant Communications Sergeant
  • A-2 Detachment, comme ci-dessus
  • A-3 Detachment, comme ci-dessus
  • A-4 Detachment, comme ci-dessus
  • A-5 Detachment, comme ci-dessus
  • A-6 Detachment, comme ci-dessus


US Special Forces A-Teams are capable of supporting et commanding indigenous combat forces up to a bataillon in size, in which case the A-Team CO may act as the bataillon commander. Pendant la Guerre du Viêt Nam, US Special Forces Teams recruited, trained, et commanded des bataillons Montagnard, Nung Chinese, Cambodgiens et Vietnamiens, which might consist of a 40 man scout platoon, et trois compagnies de 150 hommes chacune.

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