Secret Variety Training - Netflix

Posted on Wed 01 August 2018 in netflix

Korea's hottest celebrities have come to the secret variety training institution hidden from the eyes of the world. Here, through the training carefully orchestrated by masters of variety shows, they will uncover their talent and get a chance to reflect on their lives while having a blast with other trainees.

Secret Variety Training - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: Korean

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2017-05-05

Secret Variety Training - Delta Force - Netflix

The 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D), commonly referred to as Delta Force, Combat Applications Group (CAG), “The Unit”, Army Compartmented Element (ACE), or within JSOC as Task Force Green, is an elite special mission unit of the United States Army, under operational control of the Joint Special Operations Command. The unit is tasked with specialized missions primarily involving hostage rescue and counter-terrorism, as well as direct action and special reconnaissance against high-value targets. Delta Force and its maritime counterpart, the U.S. Navy's SEAL Team Six (also known as DEVGRU), are the U.S. military's primary counterterrorism units. Delta Force and DEVGRU perform the most complex, classified, and dangerous missions in the U.S. military, as directed by the U.S. National Command Authority. Most Delta Force operators are selected from the United States Army Special Operations Command's elite Special Forces Groups and the 75th Ranger Regiment, as well as from other special operations units.

Secret Variety Training - Organization and structure - Netflix

The unit is under the organization of the US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) but is controlled by the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). Command of 1st SFOD-D is a colonel's billet. Virtually all information about the unit is highly classified and details about specific missions or operations generally are not available publicly. The unit is headquartered at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Delta Force's structure is similar to the British 22 Special Air Service, the unit that inspired Delta's formation. In Not a Good Day to Die: The Untold Story of Operation Anaconda, Army Times staff writer Sean Naylor describes Delta as having nearly 1,000 soldiers, of which approximately 250 to 300 are trained to conduct direct action and hostage rescue operations. The rest are highly specialized support personnel who are among the very best in their fields. Sean Naylor further goes into detail of Delta Force's structure in his book “Relentless Strike”. He describes a few formations in Delta, primarily the operational sabre squadrons: A Squadron (Assault) B Squadron (Assault) C Squadron (Assault) D Squadron (Assault) E Squadron (Aviation, formerly known as SEASPRAY) G Squadron (Formerly the Operational Support Troop, it grew to squadron size and specializes in advanced force operations, reconnaissance and surveillance and is known to employ women) Combat Support Squadron (contains WMD experts, EOD, medical personnel, SIGINT specialists, and other specialists) Within each sabre squadron there are three troops: two assault troops specializing in direct action and a reconnaissance and surveillance, or “recce”, troop, for penetrating enemy lines unseen, watching enemy positions, and sniping. Each squadron is commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel (O-5) and troops are led by Majors (O-4). Each troop has multiple teams, each one led by a non-commissioned officer, usually a Master Sergeant (E-8) or Sergeant Major (E-9). The rest of these teams are filled out with operators ranging in rank from Sergeant (E-5) to Sergeant First Class (E-7). Delta trains with other foreign units, with the purpose to improve tactics, increase relationships and exchanges with international special operations communities.

Secret Variety Training - References - Netflix