Pakistan's Special Forces Sign of Fear for Enemies.
SSG, The Special Service Group of Pakistan stands among one of the toughest and most realible guys, you look upon when you are done with all of the options.
SSGs reliability is its past career, the operations in the past, the nearly impossible missions which SSG has carried out.
Its one of the toughest training periods and the title is earned, not given. The program was initiated back in 1956 when it was just a task force. SSG has played a vital role in the Indo-Pak wars of 1965 and 1971.
It also carried out Operation Black Thunderstorm, the largest heliborne operation in the peaks of Waziristan in 2009. Operation Sunrise is another exemplary of SSG’s immense professionalism and dedication.
The SSG (Special Services Group) is a special operations force of the Pakistan Army. It is quite similar to the U.S. Army’s Special Forces and the British Army’s SAS.
The unit was created in 1956, it also known as “Black Storks” a name derived from their unique headgear the “Maroon Beret”. The SSG considered one of the world’s best special forces because of their courage and bravery. As a Russian president once said that if he had Pakistan’s army and Russian weapons he could conquer all the world because they are very brave.
The SSG has trained for these specific missions: Asymmetric Warfare, Special Operations, Counter-Proliferation, Unconventional Warfare, Foreign Internal Defense, Special Reconnaissance,
Direct Action, Hostage Rescue, Counter-Terrorist and Personnel Recovery. Recently, SSG has been active in anti-terrorist operations in Pakistan’s restive western borders with Afghanistan and fighting Islamic extremists in Pakistani cities.