A Characterization of PSU3(q) for q>5 by Iranmanesh A., Khosravi B., Alavi S.H.

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The earliest Commando raid, in the area around Boulogne, was carried out on June 23/24, 1940, the very night France surrendered. Another raid was carried out on Guernsey on the night of July 14/15, 1940. These early raids were mostly symbolic but did allow the fledgling Commandos to learn a few lessons. From 1941, however, missions became bolder. One of the earliest combat deployments of the F-S was during Operation Colossus, the airborne raid of February 10, 1941, against the Tragino aqueduct near Calitri in southern Italy.

I have never liked the idea of knifing a man. It has always struck me as rather messy, but it looked as though there wasn’t much option this time. I gripped the hilt hard and waited. Then softly I heard a voice. 14 This incident illustrates various aspects of F-S use on clandestine operations. First, training had given troops and agents sufficient confidence in their ability to use the dagger that they were prepared to employ it when the tactical situation seemed to require it. Note also that as Wellsted prepared to use his dagger, he gripped it tightly in the manner Fairbairn taught for delivering a deep thrust.

Other copies of the Commando dagger have been produced in various parts of the world. Many of the postwar units which have used the Commando dagger are descendants of the World War II Commandos or SAS. As the World War II Free French 1st Parachute Chausseur Regiment, Commandos, and SAS formed the basis for French airborne, Commando, and other special forces troops who would fight in Indochina and Algeria, many took their Commando daggers with them into the postwar French forces. For others joining those units, the award of a Commando dagger upon graduation from training became the sign of elite status.

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