The German navy’s Kampfschwimmer naval commandos are among the best Special Operations Forces in the world. The are trained for triphibian operations. They are at home on land, in the water and in the air.

On Land

Seventy percent of a Kampfschwimmer’s missions are conducted on land. He is trained to operate every vehicle in the German armed forces arsenal, and can deploy on horse- or muleback as well. Kampfschwimmer receive the most comprehensive land warfare training possible, which enables them to carry out their missions using conventional as well as unconvential warfare techniques.

The German navy’s Kampfschwimmer naval commandos are among the best Special Operations Forces in the world. The are trained for triphibian operations. They are at home on land, in the water and in the air.

In Water

Kampfschwimmer are at home in, on and under water. They use this environment to approach their objective, whether for reconnaissance or combat. The water protects and conceals them, and helps them complete their missions.

The German navy’s Kampfschwimmer naval commandos are among the best Special Operations Forces in the world. The are trained for triphibian operations. They are at home on land, in the water and in the air.

From the Air

Kampfschwimmer commandos also use the air for covert approach and mission execution. This includes conducting static-line, HAHO and HALO parachute jumps from fixed-wing aircraft, as well as fast-roping, rappelling, rescue-basket descent or SPIE-rig egress from helicopters.