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Fuerzas Comando 2017 – Day 3 Standings

Fuerzas Comando is a skills competition between around 700 military and police Special Operations personnel from 20 countries in the Western Hemisphere. This year’s exercise is being hosted by Paraguay July 18-27.


8 Responses to “Fuerzas Comando 2017 – Day 3 Standings”

  1. Bad Dancer says:

    So how long until we can televise this like the Olympics. Would love to hear color commentary on it.

  2. SShink says:

    Colombians in second, is one of the exercises taking down a coca processing operation?

    • You'reADumbass says:

      You fucking ignorant retarded swine. Colombia has taken first place for the past 8 years.

  3. Che Guevara's Open Chest Wound says:

    I figured Venezuela would send some teams, just so they could get some free food.

    Nicaragua not showing up makes sense…maybe we could go down to Miami and round up so old retired Contras to take their place.

  4. pbr549 says:

    Haiti must have come a really really really long way since 1997 LOL

    • SSD says:

      We dismantled the FAd’H in 1994, replacing it with a police force. We let them play, but we (the US) and subsequent UN advisors to the country haven’t allowed them to become very good.

      • pbr549 says:

        I deployed there in 97 with C Co 3-504 PIR as the security force for Red Horse, Camp Fairwinds and, I can’t remember what the HQs camp was named. Out of the 7 or 8 countries I’ve spent a significant time in Haiti was by far the worst.

        • SSD says:

          In the Guard Shack at Fort Lamentin someone had written, “If Haiti were an ice cream flavor, it would be called butt.”