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Ordinary infantry, cops, SWAT, marine, special forces, prison guards, who is tou

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    peter565posted 2 years ago

    Ordinary infantry, cops, SWAT, marine, special forces, prison guards, who is toughest?

    When I am asking who is toughest here, I am talking about equipment aside (I mean with equipment soldiers are obvious stronger then cops).  In other word, in plan 1 vs 1 hand to hand combat, no armor, no weapons, no anything. The warriors I am putting on the list include, ordinary army infantry, ordinary police officer, marine infantry, commandos, SWAT, navy seals. prison guards, FBI, CIA and Homeland security.

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    Diane Van Hookposted 2 years ago

    There are more than just Navy SEALS as far as special forces does. What about Army Airborne Rangers, Navy Combat Divers, Snipers, Coast Guard Para-rescue, and many other specialized groups? The contest is null and void by comparison by lumping highly trained operations specialists without clarification about individualized groups. Also, the various agencies have employees that aren't field certified, so are they discounted? I don't hold high expectations about the police, especially in regards to the last couple of years, and their seeming disregard for human life.

    If I were you, I would watch Surviving the Cut or Deadliest Warrior if you want to any real answer to this question, at least in regards to the military.

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      peter565posted 2 years agoin reply to this

      In that case, please generalize member of each group.  Since we are just generalizing here.

    2. Diane Van Hook profile image74
      Diane Van Hookposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Different Special operations groups have radically different training. If forced to generalize, then any that fall into the Special Forces group would hands down, beat everyone else, hands down. It wouldn't even be a competition worth mentioning.

 
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