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- May 26, 2010
Well, according to the German-language wikipedia the KSK also consists of a support company stationed in Calw. Part of this company is the "FallschirmgerÃ¤te- und Luftumschlagszug KSK" which means "paratrooping equipment - and air lifting platoon KSK" - maybe the last part of the name means that they operate their own helicopters. A whole air-wing is too large for the German special forces.I think US Seals are the only special forces who have a seperate Air-Wing!!
Do they have separate air-wing or they rely on their air force?
do this guys have any combat experience except of Afghanistan?how good are these german special forces compared to their us and israeli,indian counterparts.
List of military aircraft of Germany - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediado this guys have any combat experience except of Afghanistan?
BTW I noticed that germany doesnt have long range cargo planes, how do thy want to transport them over long ranges without US support?
Transport and utility
Airbus A310 MRTT + VIP
Airbus A319 Two ordered.
Airbus A340-300 Two former Lufthansa, service entry 2009.
Airbus Military A400M (on order)
Bombardier Global 5000 Ordered, replacing Challengers.
Ilyushin Il-62 Former Interflug, out of service.
Tupolev Tu-134 Former Interflug, out of service.
Tupolev Tu-154M Former NVA, out of service. One out of two modified for Open Skies.
Let L-410 Turbolet Former NVA, out of service.
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