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sathi akter
Jul 30, 2022
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The predecessor of the CIA. It is for the Marine Corps to create a special forces unit dedicated to infiltration tasks behind enemy-occupied areas. From February 1942 to February 1944, a total of four raid battalions were formed under the establishment of the Marine Corps, and the most representative of the four battalions was the Second Raid, which was commanded by Carlson himself. barracks. Screenshot_2020-11-17_am 7_43_55 Photo Credit: US Marine Corps On April 15, 2012, the 1st Marine Corps Special Operations Battalion Raiders were dispatched to the Afghanistan battlefield to train Afghan commandos. "Father of Raiders" Carlson The Raiders assisted the National bulk sms service Army in training the Marine Corps, and became an indicator of the upgrading of US-Taiwan military cooperation in Taiwan, but not many Chinese people know that the establishment of the US Marine Corps Raiders actually came from the CCP’s guerrilla warfare. Inspired by Carlson. Carlson, who was born in 1896, is famous in the US military history as a Marine Corps officer, but he initially joined the US Army. Carlson was stationed in the Philippines and Hawaii and other American colonies, and also participated in the US Army's invasion of Mexico in 1916. Left-leaning sympathy for weaker nations seems to have grown in his heart from now on. Immediately afterwards, Carlson joined the First World War and was shocked by the Brutal trench warfare on the Western Front. The soldiers of both sides were rigidly rushed to the machine gun positions of the other side to meet the death, and there was nothing at all. Tactical significance. The brutal experience of trench warfare made Carlson reject the regular battle of the big army, thinking that all this was just a waste of life for no reason. Therefore, he attached great importance to the flexible deployment on the battlefield, and advocated infiltrating the enemy's rear with small-scale troops and implementing guerrilla operations of hit and run. Carlson retired from the Army in 1919, but because he was not used to civilian life, he joined the Marine Corps in 1922, and


The head of the Office of Strategic Service, and Major Evans F. Carlson of the Marine Corps, content media
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