The Epic Uniforms of Special Forces from Around the World

Special Forces or Special Operations Forces are military units that have been highly trained to perform unusual and often high risk military operations and missions. They emerged in the 20th century, with a rapid growth during the second world war.

Today, they carry out a variety of task and missions which include counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, manhunting / high value targets and general unconventional warfare. Pictured below are Special Operations Forces from over 30 different countries.

French Special Forces.

Huntsmen Corps : Danish Special Forces.

ROC (Taiwan) Special Forces with bullet proof face masks.

Irish army rangers.

Serbian Gendarmerie.


Canadian counter terrorist group JTF2.


Korean Special Forces.

Dutch Special Forces.


French Special Forces.

Iraqi special forces.

Norwegion MJK.

Canadian Joint Incident Response Unit (Nuclear, biological and chemical warfare defence).

Marinejegerkommandoen – Norwegian Navy Special Forces.

British SAS.

French Commando Marine.

Norwegian Armed Forces’ Special Command.

New Zealand Special Forces.

US Army Special Forces Sniper with Remington Modular Sniper Rifle.

Polish GROM.

Kampfschwimmer (Combat Swimmers) from Germany’s elite SEK-M special forces.

Peruvian Army special forces.

Romanian Special Forces.

Australian SASR.

Tanzanian Special Forces In Congo.

German KSK (Army / Special Forces).

German Army Special Forces the KSK.

Shayetet 13 (Israeli Special Forces).

Russian Special Forces: Spetsnaz.

Austrian special forces. Jagdkommando.

U.S. Special Forces

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