Thursday, 20 October 2016

All You Need To Know About Marijuana,Bong and Hookah

 All You Need To Know About Marijuana, Bong and Hookah

Marijuana, known as pot among other titles also, a is a planning of the Cannabis flower designed for use as a psychoactive drug or medication. The primary psychoactive part of Ganja is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC); one of 483 known ingredients in the flower, including at least 65 other cannabinoids.

Marijuana can be employed by smoking, vaporization, within the food, or as a draw out.

smoking weed,smoking pot,weed,marijuanaMarijuana is taken for its mental and physical effects often, like a “high” or “stoned” being, an over-all change in belief, euphoria (heightened feelings), and a rise in appetite.Short-term part results might add a reduction in short-term memory space, dry oral cavity, impaired engine skills, red sight, and thoughts of nervousness or paranoia. Long lasting side effects might include addiction, decreased mental ability in those who started as teenagers, and behavioural problems in children whose mothers used cannabis during pregnancy.Starting point of results is at minutes when smoked and about 30 to 60 minutes when cooked properly and consumed.They last for between two and six hours.

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Medical Effects:

Medical cannabis or medical weed can make reference to the utilization of cannabis and its own cannabinoids to take care of disease or improve symptoms; however, there is absolutely no single agreed after definition.The usage of cannabis as a medication is not rigorously scientifically analyzed, often anticipated to creation constraints and other national polices. There is bound evidence suggesting cannabis may be used to reduce vomiting and nausea during chemotherapy, to boost appetite in people who have HIV/AIDS, also to treat serious muscle and pain spasms. It is used for other medical applications is inadequate for conclusions about efficiency or safeness.

Short-term use escalates the threat of both trivial and major undesireable effects. Common side effects include dizziness, feeling tired, vomiting, and hallucinations.

Long-term ramifications of cannabis aren’t clear.Concerns include storage area and cognition problems, risk of cravings, schizophrenia in teenagers, and the chance of children taking it unintentionally.


bong (also normal water tube, billy, bing, or moof) is a purification device generally used for smoking ganja, cigarette, or other natural and organic substances. Within the bong shown in the picture, the gas moves from the low slot on the still left to top of the sloton the right.

bong,straight bongIn building and function, a bong is comparable to a hookah, except smaller and especially more lightweight. A bong may be made of any air- and water-tight vessel with the addition of a dish and steam equipment (or glide) which books air downward to below drinking water level whence it bubbles upwards (“bubbler”) during use.

To get oxygen into the bong and harvest the previous left over smoke cigars, a gap known as the “carburator”, “carb”, “choke”, “bink”, “rush” “shotty” “kick gap” or just “hole”, anywhere on the low area of the bong above normal water level, is first kept protected through the smoking process, then exposed to permit the smoking to be attracted into the respiratory system.

Different types of Bong:

 Beaker Style 
 Straight Tube 
 Multi Chambe 
 Percolator Bong 
 Recycler Bongs


hookah is an individual or multi-stemmed device for vaporizing and smoking flavored cigarette (called shisha), or cannabis sometimes, whose smoke cigars or vapor is handed through a normal water basin often glass-based before inhalation


Health threats of smoking hookah include contact with toxic chemicals that aren’t filtered out by this and threat of infectious disease when hookahs are distributed. You will discover two theories about the source of the hookah.

The foremost is that this inflatable water pipe was developed in the India, through the period of the Mughal Empire possibly;alternatively, it might originate in Safavid dynasty of Persia, from where it eventually spread to the east into India throughout that time.

The hookah or Argyleh soon reached Egypt and the Levant through the Ottoman dynasty from neighboring Safavid dynasty, where it became extremely popular and where in fact the device was perfected later.

The indicated phrase hookah is a derivative of “huqqa”, an Hindi-Urdu term.
Outside its indigenous region, hookah smoking has gained level of popularity across the world, among younger people especially, mainly anticipated to immigrants from the Levant, where it is particularly popular.

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Thursday, 13 October 2016

Some Mindblowing Facts About Indian Army

The Indian Army is the land-based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India serves as the Supreme Commander of the Indian Army,and it is commanded by the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is a four-star General

Indian Army Logo
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Two officers have been conferred the rank of Field marshal, a five-star rank, which is a ceremonial position of great honour. 

The Indian Army originated from the armies of the East India Company, which eventually became the British Indian Army, and the armies of the princely states, which finally became the national army after independence.

The units and regiments of the Indian Army have diverse histories and have participated in a number of battles and campaigns across the world, earning a large number of battle and theatre honours before and after Independence.


Elite Commando and Tactics teams:


MARCOS (Marine Commandos), is a special forces unit that was raised by the Indian Navy in 1987 for direct action, special reconnaissance, amphibious warfare and counter-terrorism.
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The training of MARCOS is probably the most stringent in the world with the commandos being tested for physical and mental toughness.

Also read: MARCOS Secretive Military of Indian Navy


It's an offensive force, specialising in anti-terror operations and giving protection to VIPs. The Black Cats played a major role during the 26/11 anti-terror operations.
National Security Guard
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Para Comando
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Formed in 1966, the Para Commandos are part of the highly-trained Parachute Regiment of the Indian Army and are the largest part of the Special Forces of India. The parachute units of the Indian Army are among the oldest airborne units in the world.


These elite commandos protect the PM, former PM and their immediate families. It's a defensive force as the commandos' primary task is to protect the VIP.
Special Protection Group
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They are experts in Krav Maga, an Israeli self-defence technique extremely effective in hand-to-hand counter- combats.

 Ghatak Force

True to its name ghatak (which means 'killer' in Hindi), this infantry platoon goes for the kill and spearheads strikes ahead of a battalion. Every infantry battalion in the Indian Army has one platoon and only the most physically fit and motivated soldiers make it to the Ghatak Platoon.
Ghatak Commando
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The Ghatak soldiers are well-trained, superiorly-armed and equipped to handle situations like terror strikes, hostage situations and counter insurgency operations.


COBRA (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action) is a specialised unit of the CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) that was formed to counter Naxalism in India. It's one of the few Indian special forces, that's exclusively trained in guerrilla warfare.
Cobra Commando
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Since its inception in 2008, it has successfully wiped out a number of Naxalite groups from India. Set up with a grant of Rs 13,000 million, it is one of the best-equipped paramilitary forces in India.

Guard Commando Force
A Special Forces unit of the Indian Air Force, the Garud Commando Force was established in February 2004. 
Guard Commando Force
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Its job is to protect the various bases of the Indian air force, and to provide security and relief in times of disasters. Named after the divine mythical bird-like creature Garuda, it is currently deployed in the Congo region in Africa as a part of the UN peace keeping operations.

 Special Frontier Force

Raised in the aftermath of the 1962 Sino-Indian war as a special force for covert operations behind Chinese lines in the event of another war with China, it was never really used for its intended role and has mainly served as an elite special operations and counter-insurgency force.
Special Frontier Force(SFF)
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This covert paramilitary special force operates under India's external intelligence agency RAW and reports directly to the Prime Minister via the Directorate General of Security in the Cabinet Secretariat. It’s so classified a set-up that even the army may not know what it’s up to.

When researching about Indian Army on Quora I noticed this, people asking about is there any badass regiment in the Indian Army and I found them: 
Gorkha Regiment (special mention
Gorkha regiment is most feared regiment of India. 
They have served in all wars from world war to kargil.
Even foreign country respect to the bravery of gorkha. Some facts about them are:
Gorkha Regiment
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  1. Britishers were so impressed by gorkha regiments that after independence they took 2nd, 6th, 7th and 10th regiment of gurkha with them to join the British Army.
  2. The Gorkha Regiments have been awarded 3 Param Vir Chakras, 33 Maha Vir Chakras, and 84 Vir Chakras during operations.
  3. Field Marshal Manekshaw once said If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gorkha."
  4. The 1 Gorkha regiment was involved in Palestine and Mesopotamia as well as The Afghan War (1919).
  5. A large number of men from the 7 and 10 Gorkha Rifles decided to join the Indian Army instead of the British Army. Due to this, the Indian Army decide on re-raising the 11 Gorkha Rifles.
  6. Jai Maha Kali, Ayo Gorkhali’ is the war cry of the Gorkha Regiments.
  7. Gorkhas have served not only in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Siachen, but also in the UN peacekeeping missions in Lebanon and Sierra Leone.
  8. Khukuri, a curved Nepalese knife, is a characteristic of the Gorkhas. All the Gorkha Rifle soldiers carry khukhri as their personal weapon.
Apart from gorkha regiment, sikh regiment and parachute regiment are also famous for their valour.
source: Quora

Some Amazing Facts About Indian Army:

1. India Controls the Highest Battlefield in the World
Siachen Glacier, a battlefield situated at 5000 meters above Mean Sea Level (MSL) is being controlled by the Indian Army.
Siachen World's Highest Battle Ground
It is one of the most important strategic points for the country. Both countries, India and Pakistan maintains their military presence in the region.
2. Largest Volunteer Army in the World
Indian Army is the largest volunteer army in the world. It is not compulsory to join army service once in your life. All soldiers in the Indian Army are appointed based on their application. It is one of the most amazing facts about Indian Army.
3. World’s Best Soldiers in High Altitude and Mountain Warfare
The Indian Army’s High Altitude Warfare School (HAWS) is considered as one of the most elite military training schools in the world. Many super power countries sends their special operations teams at this training centre to make them ready for war in mountain and high-altitude zones. It is very interesting facts about Indian Army.
Indian Army’s High Altitude Warfare School
4. 120 Indian Soldiers Defeated 2000 Pakistani Soldiers
The Battle of Longewala was fought in December, 1971 between two most rival countries, India and Pakistan. About 120 Indian soldiers defeated 2000 Pakistani soldiers who were backed by 45 tanks, and 1 mobile infantry brigade. It is one of the unknown facts about Indian Army.
5. World’s Largest Air Force Civilian Rescue Operation
It was a deadly flood in the state of Uttarakhand in 2013 but Indian Air Force saved a lot of lives. According to the trusted reports, Indian Air Force airlifted about 20,000 people which is considered the biggest civilian rescue operation in the world. It is one of the mind blowing facts about Indian Army.
6. Indian Naval Academy – The Largest of its kind in Asia
The Indian Naval Academy was inaugurated by then the Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh in 2009. The final project cost of the academy was Rs. 721 crore.
7. World’s Largest Non-Ceremonial Horse-Mounted Cavalry Unit
The Indian Army’s 61st cavalry regiment is considered to the largest non-ceremonial horse-mounted cavalry unit in the world.
8. World’s Highest Altitude Bridge Built by Indian Army
The Indian Army built the highest altitude bridge, the Bailey Bridge in the Ladakh valley in 1982. The bridge is located between Dras and Suru rivers in the Himalayan mountains.
9. World’s 3rd Largest Military Contingent
The Indian Army has more than 13,25,000 active troops and more than 960,000 reserve troops. It is considered as the third largest military contingent in the world next to USA and China.
10. Indian Army and Pakistani Army Worked Jointly for UN Peacekeeping Missions
It would surprise you but the Indian Army and Pakistani Army worked jointly for the UN Peacekeeping Missions around the world.

Secret military research locations:

Wheeler Island is an island off the coast of Odisha approximately 150 kilometres from Bhubaneswar. India maintains a missile testing facility on the island. This facility was setup by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam himself.

Wheeler Island is located approximately 10 kilometres off the eastern coast of India on the Bay of Bengal. Wheeler Island is the missile test facility for most Indian missiles, including long range ones. Access to the test facility is by ship, as there is no bridge or airport connecting the island to the mainland. There is a small helipad, but missile airframes and all supplies, construction materials and heavy equipment arrive by ship.

Latest Mission:

In the midnight hours of 29 September 2016, the Indian army conducted a 'surgical strike' on terror launch pads 'along' the LoC on PoK.

How to join Indian Army:

If you want to become an Indian army officer.
 Then Join NDA or Try CDS Exam.
Both exam are conducted by UPSC twice in a year.
Eligibility criteria of both examinations are:-
  1. The candidate must be an Indian citizen.
  2. The candidate must be an unmarried male.
  3. The candidate must be passed/appeared in 12th with a govt. recognized university/school.
  4. The candidate must be medically fit.
  5. He must be in between 16.5-19 years.
For CDS (common defense service)

  1. Candidate should be completed graduation with subject MATHS & PHYSICS
  2. Candidate who are appearing final year exam also eligible

Article sources: dailymail, homegrown


MARCOS Secretive Military of Indian Navy

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MARCOS, previously named as Marine Commando Force (MCF), is the special forces unit of the Indian Navy. created for conducting special operations such as Amphibious warfareClose Quarter Combat Counter-terrorismDirect actionSpecial reconnaissanceUnconventional warfareHostage rescuePersonnel recoveryCombat search and rescueAsymmetric warfareForeign internal defenceCounterproliferationAmphibious reconnaissance including Hydrographic reconnaissance. The MCF is specially organised, trained and equipped for the conduct of special operations in a maritime environment.

MARCOS is short for Marine Commandos. The force has gradually acquired experience and a reputation for professionalism over the three decades it has been in existence. The MARCOS are capable of undertaking operations in all types of terrain, but are specialised in maritime operations in Jammu and Kashmir through the Jhelum River and Wular Lake, a 65 square kilometre freshwater lake


To qualify as a MARCOS you need to qualify their training process and to enter into the training process you need to enter the Indian Navy. So all aspirants planning to become MARCOS are required to become naval soldiers first, and then they will get a chance to get golden chance to join the elite force, MARCOS. 
Talking about recruitment of MARCOS, all commandos are male and being a naval fragment all its personal. The selection is done at the early age of soldiers, i.e. in the 20s of fresh soldiers to maintain the strength and josh in the force. Well, as per the criteria, the aspirants get a chance to get inducted in the Indian navy through NDA, CDSE, SSC etc. and also through direct recruitment for lower posts. The required basic physical strength is high and so is the training process. So, aspirants to get into this organisation, you need to first become a part of the Indian navy. The training is a continuous process. American and British special forces assisted in the initial training, which now consists of a two-year course for new recruits. 

The training regimen includes: airborne operations, combat diving courses, counter-terrorism, anti-hijacking, anti-piracy operations, direct action, infiltration and exfiltration tactics, special reconnaissance, unconventional warfare training etc..


As far as training is concerned; it takes 2-3 years to train a MARCOS commando. The majority of training of MARCOS takes place over INS Abhimanyu. The training actually takes place at various agencies of Indian navy and the Indian army. They also get training with army’s paramilitary force at Indian special force training school.
Any Indian Navy personnel who wants to join this outfit must first undergo a three-day long, physical fitness test and aptitude test. Within this process, 80% of the application are screened out. Further screening process is known as 'hell's week'. This is actually a five-week-long process which involves high degree of physical exercises and sleep deprivation. It is only after this process that actual training begins
The total duration of training of MARCOS is between two and half to three years.
The basic training lasts six months. The first two months is the weeding out phase. The first phase of which lasts one month, in which they undergo many rigorous physical tests of which only 50% pass. Then for the next nine months, they are taught how to use different types of weapons, conduct special warfare techniques and how to gather intelligence from the enemy.
The cadets start with basic diving and commando tactics and skills. Those that go on are trained in every aspect of modern warfare and in every situation. This includes firing while lying down, standing, running full-sprint, even backwards and looking into a mirror – with a reaction time of 0.27 seconds. This is followed by a year of training of specialised skills. They are trained in various types of close combat including Krav Maga.
MARCOS Training
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Different forms of warfare training is imparted through field operations in counter-insurgency and anti-terrorist operations within the country and are trained to operate in any kind of environment like beaches, deep sea, on the surface of the ocean, in jungles, ravines and for situations like hostage rescue, urban combat and piracy. A notably rigorous training program is the "death crawl" – an 800-metre struggle through thigh-high mud, loaded with 25 kg of gear and after a 2.5 km obstacle course that most soldiers would fail. After that, when the trainee is exhausted and sleep-deprived, he has to undergo the final test – shooting a target 25 metres away, with a partner standing next to it.
The MARCOS are trained in every kind of weapon and instruments, from knives and crossbows to sniper rifleshandgunsassault riflessubmachine guns and bare hands. Being divers, they can reach hostile shores swimming underwater.
The further training includes:

  • Open and closed circuit diving
  • Basic commando skills including advanced weapon skills, demolitions, endurance training and martial arts
  • Para training
  • Intelligence training
  • Operation of submersible craft
  • Offshore operations
  • Anti-terrorism operations
  • Operations from submarines
  • Skydiving
  • Various special skills such as language training, insertion methods,explosive ordinance disposal techniques,etc.
They are also trained to parachute into open water with full combat load. In 2013, the MARCOS have introduced a larger duck-drop system which will be fitted on IIyushin II-76 aircraft. Each system (two boats) can accommodate 32 commandos, their weapons and fuel for the boats. Duck-drop system that marcos operate in the past is smaller in size which is fitted on An-32 aircraft. This force-multiplier was developed by the Agra-based Aerial Delivery Research & Development Establishment. Once para-dropped from the aircraft, it allows for the commandos to assemble inflatable motorised boats within ten minutes, and quickly reach ships in distress. On reaching the target, they can dismantle the boats and travel underwater to mount a surprise attack. Such rescue missions can be mounted by the commandos deployed within an hour unlike in the past, when commandos took up to 48 hours to reach the targets as it involved travelling on-board ships and then being deployed on motorised boats.
The Marcos are also preparing for urban warfare and have begun practicing on 3D virtual models of offshore installations to ensure a swift response during a terrorist attack. The marine commandos are undergoing regular training sessions in this computer-generated programme to be well-prepared for a strike similar to the 26/11 attack. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has provided a virtual model of its facility in Krishna-Godavari basin in the east, for the marine commandos at INS Kalinga, the training base for Marcos in Visakhapatnam.
MARCOS training in Sea
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The Indian Navy initiated the process of procuring five midget submarines for Marine Commandos (MARCOS). These vessels would have the capacity of carrying four to six personnel on board. The submarines would have a diving depth of around 400 meters, and will strengthen the MARCOS ability to carry out special underwater operations in high seas. The midgets will have the capability of carrying out both manned and unmanned operations and will be equipped with a number of weapons including torpedoes. In 2009, the navy initiated the process of procuring these vessels and issued a Request for Proposal to Indian shipyards including Hindustan Shipyards Limited, ABG and Pipavav shipyards. Due to their faster speed and smaller size, midgets are able to escape the enemy Sound Navigation and Ranging (SONAR) probes making them useful in carrying out covert operations,and help troops to penetrate into hostile territory without getting noticed by enemies. In 2013 other noteworthy development, Vizag-based Hindustan Shipyards Ltd won the contract for building four 500-tonne mini-submarines, which were designed back in the previous decade by Larsen & Toubro. The mini-submarines, to be delivered in the latter half of this decade, will be used exclusively by the Indian Navy’s MARCOS. The combat management systems have been designed and built by TATA Power SED, while Riva Calzoni will be supplying the periscopes and other masts that will host a SATCOM communications systems and LPI navigation radar. The sonar suite is likely to be supplied by ATLAS Elektronik.
The average MARCOS training drop-out rate is more than 90%. The force has its own training facility, first as an adjunct of the operational company at INS Abhimanyu, in Bombay,
Later as the Naval Special Warfare Tactical Training Centre. For combat diving training, the commandos are sent to the Naval Diving School, Kochi. There are plans to move the Naval Special Warfare Tactical Training Centre to the erstwhile Naval Academy facility in Goa where it will be set up with focus on jungle warfare as well as counter insurgency operations. The new facility will be modelled on the lines of CIJWS of the Indian Army in Mizoram.
Equipments and weapons:
1.Browning Hi-Power 9mm Semi-automatic pistol
2.Glock 17 9mm Semi-automatic pistol
3.SIG P226 9mm Semi-automatic pistol
4.1A SMG 9mm Sub-machine gun
MARCOS Equipments
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5.Uzi 9mm Sub-machine gun

6. MP5 9mm Sub-machine gun
7.AKM Assault rifle and it's variants
8.AK-103 Assault Rifle
9.AKS-74U Compact assault rifle
10.INSAS 5.56 mm NATO Assault Rifle
11.Colt M16A2 5.56mm NATO Assault rifle
12.Colt M4A1 5.56 mm NATO Carbine
13.TAR-21 Tavor 5.56 mm NATO Assault rifle
14.1A SLR 7.62mm NATO Battle Rifle
15.APS Underwater assault rifle

16.Dragunov SVD Semi-automatic sniper            rifle
17.Heckler & Koch MSG90 Semi-automatic sniper rifle
18.OSV-96 Anti-material rifle
19.Cross Bow With Cyanide Tipped Arrow
20.IMI Negev Light machine gun (list is not complete).
source: Google

 The core tasking of MARCOS include:-
  • Conduct clandestine attack against enemy ships,offshore installations and other vital assets behind enemy lines.
  • To support amphibious operations including pre-assault ops.
  • To conduct unconventional warfare.
  • Conduct of surveillance and recce missions in support of military operations.
  • Conduct of clandestine diving operations.
  • To conduct hostage rescue operations in the maritime environment.
  • Combating terrorism in a maritime environment

Known operations :
MARCOS during 26/11 Mumbai attacks
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  • Operation Cactus,
  • Operation Leech,
  • Operation Pawan,
  • Kargil War,
  • Operation Black Tornado,
  • Operation Cyclone,
  • Counter-terrorist operation in Kashmir.
  • 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack

Here are some facts that will make you fear the MARCOS:

1. The Marine Commandos are trained for operations on air, land and sea. Their prefix ‘Marine’ is just a formality as they are from the Navy. Yes, they are all-in-one commandos specialising from para jumping to sea diving.

2. Training of MARCOS is harder than Para Commandos or any other Special Forces. This is well-proven by the fact that a MARCOS cadet went to the US Navy SEALS training and topped the course which has an attrition rate of 90% !
The men who are selected to be MARCOS are amongst the fittest officers and sailors of the Indian Navy.

3. They are selected when they are young, in the early 20s and have to go through a very stringent selection process and training. The training is a continuous process.
They train along with the Special Forces officers of the Indian Army like the Para Commandos at the Commando Training School, in various other agencies and within the Navy.

4. All MARCOS are hence qualified for a HAHO (High Altitude High Opening)/HALO      (High Altitude Low Opening) jump.

5. They are skilled combat divers and parachutists. Most of the training deals with counter-terrorist operations, also with anti-hijacking/piracy operations

6. A 20-km run marks the beginning of everyday in a MARCO training. The next day is a 20-kilometer night treks with 60-kilo load. The routine follows on alternate days.
There are no simulators or dummy cartridges in the training of MARCOS. The training is conducted with live ammunition and guns are always loaded. It leaves no chance of a friendly-fire!

7. There are weekly 120-km walks with 60-kg backpacks.
During the "hell’s week"  there is continuous PHYSICAL training of over 20 hours per day with less than 4 hours to sleep! They are even made to run through thick mud of thigh levels with a 25-kg load. This is then followed by a 2.5-km gruelling obstacle course. 

8.Finally, after all the physical and mental drainage, they are supposed to shoot a target from 25 meters away with live ammo, but wait for it – there’s you co-cadet standing right beside it! That marks the end of hell’s week.

Training is then followed over a two-year course for the selected candidates. It is said that by the end of training only 10 to 25 per cent of the soldiers make the mark.
MARCOS are known to be very secretive, not revealing their actual identity as specialised, elite soldiers.

So here goes the article credits: SSBcrack and Quora


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