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  • The paintball company I have just used is called Delta Force, and it not only employs 1,000 people already, with 24 sites across the UK.

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  • In late November of 2001 forty members of the US Army's super secret counterterrorist unit known as Delta Force were sent to the Tora Bora Mountains in eastern Afghanistan to kill terrorist mastermind Usama Bin Laden.

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  • Reimer was referring to Delta Force’s WMD disposal team.

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  • And then ultimately, the decision made in Washington was not to bring 600 to 800 Rangers as I had requested, but instead to use Delta Force, which is 40.

    CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2006

  • And the mission, deceptively simple, was to use a combination of rangers and the Delta Force, which is that secret army team that engages in hostage rescue missions and that sort of thing, to fly to this area, the target building, where there was some intelligence that he would be.

    CNN Transcript Oct 24, 2001

  • Sometimes McChrystal would lead the raids himself, his squad of elite undercover combat troops, known as Delta Force, being told at the last minute that the commander was coming along for the ride.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • Army's Delta Force, which is credited for the December 2003 capture of

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  • Originally a popular basketball shoe, the Delta Force was a popular SB shoe as well, but the 3 / 4 is the hoops silhouette.

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  • Warner Bros. has picked up the untitled Delta Force prison project, says the Hollywood Reporter.

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  • "A ZIPP carbon water cage compliments the EASTON 'Delta Force' carbon bullbar."

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