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KDF Most Secretive And Dangerous Unit

The most highly secretive deadlifts unit in the Kenya defense forces is the long-range surveillance unit famously known as LRS. It is part of the special forces consisting of highly trained commanders. 

The long-range surveillance unit lead involves all trained men and women carry out difficult, long-range surveillance missions, often in a small unit in any way, all the missions must be a success. One of the main purposes includes gathering information behind enemy lines, where it would be difficult for the normal soldiers to access. The LRS truck down and identify enemy hideouts and camps for an ambush. The unit is involved in tracking high-value enemy operatives for elimination. For example, Al Shabaab.

Comandos drawn from this unit are trained to do small unit long-range surveillance patrol on the ground inside enemy's territory without being noticed, these soldiers mostly conduct the missions on foot and have to perfect the art of camouflage on all kinds of terrain to avoid any retaliation attacks in a hostile area.  

These allied soldiers must get to the enemy territory undetected and collect all relevant information, such as the residence of an enemy commander, the armory, and possible weapons, the enemy shall use in case of an attack, the location of enemy units, and their size and strength. This deadly unit is not for all. Most of the good soldiers don't make it to the unit. Only the best of the best makes it

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Al Shabaab KDF Kenya LRS


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