spetsnaz = spetsialnogo naznacheniya (it means: serves special purpose.) they call basicly every unit like this which serves any kind of special purpose. the special counter-terrorist units of the MVD (Vityaz) and the FSB (Alfa and Vympel) are both spetsnaz units. the original spetsnaz was the one that was established under the flag of the GRU. there are spetsnaz units in the army, the border guards, riot police and even the special city sewer maintenance unit is called spetsnaz too.
so we cant talk like this: „whats your opinion about the Spetsnaz?” as no such unit exists or we need to specify which unit we are talking of. that’s like you were talking about the Delta Force, the Navy Seals as one big unit called „SpecForce”. you know what i mean?
I really hope you don’t mind of I publish all of this to help educate my followers. I think I understand now, because they’re Spetsnaz public affairs officers too. It was kind of a mystery to me, but thanks for shedding some light onto this.
As an elite operator who operates operationally in operations, should I operate using operational equipment from Elite Operator Tactical, or should I look for other operator gear to increase my operational level?
As an elite operator myself who used to operate in super secret operations using operator code names such as Crackerjack and Butterfingers I’d strongly suggest using anything with the word Operator in it for your operating needs as an operator operating in special operations. However, if you should seem that their equipment isn’t operator enough for you, perhaps looking for companies who specialize in selling gear to operators looking to operate in hardcore operations, and usually their names will include “Black, Elite, Fire” and the list goes on, just think of a name that you’d expect some testosterone-pumping slack-jawed jarhead would come up with while masturbating to a bootlegged penthouse magazine he brought on base.