|210th Special Operations Command
|**The United States Department of Counter-Terrorism was a fictional agency, made up of 1:6 scale action figure (toy) enthusiasts. It was not affiliated with any agency of the United States government, nor did it exist outside the mind of its creator. Copyright 1999-2003 Teddy M. Terstegge. The International Special Operations Command (ISOC) is a fictional descendent of USDOC. Copyright 2003-2004 Teddy M. Terstegge.
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|Welcome to the homepage of the 210th!
Activated on August 24, 2000, the 210th was a Reserve Unit of the United States Department of Counter-Terrorism (USDOC). Now a regular unit of the International Special Operations Command (ISOC)**, its overall mission is to combat terrorism in all its forms, both at home and abroad. It is headquartered at Ft. Ross, somewhere in the northeastern United States.
The 210th is currently made up of a number of individual 'sub-units', each with their own individual responsibilities in the Unit's overall mission:
Headquarters is made up of the command staff and base personnel. It coordinates all aspects of operations, training, and logistics for the 210th and Ft. Ross.
Recon's make up is currently classified. Their function is special operations, and their equipment and weapons vary with mission requirements. They can effectively maneuver in any environment. Recon serves as the 210th's RECON Special Unit.
The Scouts are made up of three elements: Headquarters, Alpha Section, and Bravo Section. Headquarters Element commands the platoon in the field from its Tactical Operations Center Vehicle (TOC). Alpha Section specializes in desert operations and is made up of a number of personnel and a High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV). Bravo Section's specialty is mountain environments, and its members are equipped with snowmobiles and skis.If needed, the entire platoon can act as a Light Strike Team (LST). The 210th's Scouts are the Unit's Armored Cavalry Special Unit.
Infantry comprises the unit's main Light Strike Team (LST), but may be broken up into two sections, Alpha and Bravo. This unit specializes in large scale combat operations in the woodland environment, but is trained for small, close quarters urban operations as well.
Aviation was formed after the aquisition of an AH-6 "Little Bird" helicopter and pilot. The platoon provides air transport and a fire support platform for the other platoons in the Unit.
Tactical Medicine provide immediate medical support in the field, and may be attached to any of the above units.
The Aerospace unit is currently under development and will consist of a number of astronauts, ground controllers and scientific research personnel.
There are a number of other "personnel" who are not listed because of the sensitive nature of their mission assignments. They will show up from time-to-time, however, as the unit utilizes their particular specialties.
Please explore the links to the individual platoons for more detailed information.
|ISOC Armored Cavalry Program