Special Ops view of the Snake Model of Operations



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THE DIFFERENTIAL THEORY OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES
(Snake Model)
Upon encountering a snake in the Area of Operation (AO)


Snake model not the best for the snake

Paratrooper:
Kills the snake

Armor:
Runs over snake, giggles and looks for more snakes.

Infantry:
Ugh! Me See Snake. Me Like Snake. Ouch! Me No Like Snake.

Army Aviation:
Has GPS grid to snake. Couldn't find snake. Back to base for crew rest and a manicure.

Ranger:
Plays with the snake, then eats it.
Ranger (alt):
Assaults the snake’s home and secures it for use by friendly snakes.

SEAL:
Expends all ammunition., several grenades and calls for naval gunfire in a failed attempt to kill the snake. The snake bites the SEAL then retreats to safety.

Corps Artillery:
Kills snake, but in the process kills several hundred civilians with a massive TOT with three Field Artillery battalions in support. Mission is considered a success and all participants are awarded Silver Stars. (Cooks, Mechanics, Legal Clerks etc)

Marine Recon:
Follows the snake and gets lost.

Para rescue:
Wounds the snake in first encounter, and then feverishly works to save the snakes life.

U.S. Special Forces:
Makes contact with the snake, builds rapport, wins its heart and mind, then trains it to kill other snakes.

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