Military Prepping Its Commandos For Civil War

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 14 January 2022 14:50
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Young Army soldiers will be fighting "seasoned freedom fighters" across two dozen North Carolina counties in a two-week "guerrilla warfare exercise" where they try to defeat an "illegitimate government".

News of the training regime comes just days after the remembering of the Capitol riot and as the Justice Department announces the creation of a new "domestic terrorism" unit to address what officials said is an "elevated threat from domestic violent extremists".

Some challenged the close timing of the events, while others went further with fears that the Biden Administration is "preparing for American Uprising".

"Biden's military wargames fighting and killing American "Freedom Fighters" in guerilla (sic) warfare," one Twitter user posted in reaction to news of the guerilla warfare training on U.S. soil.

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Another Twitter user even asked if the government was "trying to get troops accustomed to the idea of killing fellow Americans?"

However, the guerilla training exercise, known as Robin Sage, has actually been running every few months since the 1970s.

During Robin Sage training, young soldiers will go against seasoned service members from units across Fort Bragg, acting as competing forces and guerrilla freedom fighters, as well as "specially trained" guerilla civilians.

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Some social media users find the training concerning as the 143-year-old Posse Comitatus Act bars federal troops from partaking in civilian law enforcement except when expressly authorized by law. The legislation cites military interference in civilian affairs as a threat to democracy and personal liberty.

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Others have stressed the exercise is gearing up soldiers to battle an uprising and fear it is training American troops how to fight their own people.

The Robin Sage exercise, which serves as the final exam in Special Forces Qualification Course training, will begin January 22 at an undisclosed location on private land.

It puts soldiers in the "politically unstable" fictional country of Pineland and forces them to conduct reconnaissance, raids, ambushes, and numerous other operations against a "numerically superior enemy".

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"The Special Forces candidates have to meet up with and make rapport with a third-world nation guerrilla force, train them up, and then work by, with, and through that guerrilla force to conduct combat operations against a numerically superior enemy occupying force," retired Special Forces warrant officer Steve Balestrieri, who typically runs the course, told Business Insider.

The U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, which conducts the Robin Sage exercise, said teams are placed in a "real-world setting characterized by armed conflict" and presented with war-crime circumstances, such as a partner force wishing to execute a prisoner or destroy a village.

The soldiers are then asked to negotiate with their counterparts without violating war laws or losing the support of their allies.

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