Marine Strike Group

327th “The Scurvy Dogs” – SFMC Special Operations Group

Because the SFMC has so much space to cover and only so many rapidly deployable resources in any given sector, the Corps relies more heavily on its Special Forces than perhaps any other military force in history. These “force multipliers” can conduct unconventional warfare that can augment, and sometimes even substitute for, conventional ground force deployment. Members of this branch perform unconventional and often classified duties like small unit raids or hostage rescues. These duties often involve working without friendly support and inside hostile territory. Examples of MOSs in this branch include Weapons Sergeant, Team Medic, Interpreter/Linguist, and Datawarfare Specialist.

Click HERE to learn the Rules & Regulations of the “Scurvy Dogs”

Semper Fidelis!”

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Teams

Ship Seizure Team 20 – 8 Operators (specialized in Battle Bridge/CIC Acquisition)
All Operators issued M-12A4 or M-218 as standard combat load

Ship Seizure Team 21 – 8 Operators (specialized in Engineering Acquisition)
All Operators issued M-12A4 or M-218 as standard combat load

Ship Seizure Team 22 – 8 Operators (specialized in zero-G environments)
All Operators issued M-12A4 or M-218 as standard combat load

HEAT Team 31 – 12 Operators

Recon Team 107 – 16 Operators

OMEGA Team – 8 Operators

Aerospace Support Team (provided by 21st Special Aero Group) – 6 Operators (Pilot, Copilot, Flight Engineer/Loadmaster, Electronics Systems Chief & 2 Maintenance Personnel)

Total Assigned Personnel – 60 (plus 6 from 21st Special Aero Group)

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The Section Chief is Major General Edward “Bulldog One” Tunis III, SFMC