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Deadliest Warrior: Rangers Vs SF North Koreans

Deadliest Warrior is an American television program in which faced under an imaginary course two warriors from different cultures and even different times to see which of them would come out victorious in a hypothetical battle.

Rangers of United States Army is a light infantry regiment of the United States Army. The regiment based in Fort Benning, Georgia, operates as an elite force within the special operations forces belonging to the United States Army Special Operations Command USASOC.

The regiment is composed of forces of light infantry rapid deployment with specialized skills that enable them to perform a variety of missions of special operations, airborne forces, air assault, raids, infiltration by air, land or sea, personnel recovery and special team. Each battalion can be deployed anywhere in the world within 18 hours.

Force Special Operations North Korea (FOECN or FOE) is a branch of the Korean People's Army (KPA), armed North Korean forces and is made of specially equipped elite military units and trained to carry out military, political and psychological operations. The units are active to defend South Korea and has been detected operating in or around South Korea since the end of the Korean War (1950-1953). There are about 180,000 soldiers of this force.

The official date of the formation of the FOECN is difficult to know but reports of activity of these forces are dated October 30, 1968. On this date marine commandos landed on the beaches located Samcheok to Uljin, South Korea and after a series of battles they retreated back to North Korea. Kim Il-sung, founder of North Korea, said that the FOE "is the strength of stronger KPA elite and exclusive vanguard force of the Armed Forces of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)" .

This is the result in which faced Rangers Americans with special forces North Korea. We aren't going to unveil the result. See for yourself: