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Introducing project “Military Insignia”, featuring top quality military heraldry designs. Here you will find custom ties, decorated with insignia of the Naval Special Warfare Group FOUR (NSWG-4)
The Naval Special Warfare Group-4, NSWG-4, was established Oct. 2002 as a result of NSW-21 Restructure Force changes. the Group is located at Little Creek, Naval Amphibious Base in Va. She is subordinate to US SOCOM and Naval Special Warfare Command. NSWG-4's subordinate units are Special Boat Teams 12, 20, and 22. NSWG-4 is tasked to organize, equip and train SWCC crews to assigned combatant craft at the Special Boat Teams to support Naval Special Warfare.
The Group is responsible for the development and testing of Combatant craft and associated ordinance and equipment. NSWG-4 is also responsible for the development and evaluating operational doctrine, tactics and procedures. NSWG-4 monitors and certifies the Combat Readiness of assigned craft and SWCC.
NSWG-4 Operational areas of responsibility are the World’s coastal and riverine areas. NSWG-4 is a Staff Organization, commanded by a senior SEAL Captain with many departments filled by SEALs and senior SWCC holding positions in Operations, Training and Command Master Chief.
Special Boat Detachments (SBD) like its earlier historic namesakes MST-1,2, and 3 are small Spec Boat Dets. deployed from its parent Special Boat Team.
The SBD will form up, train, and qualify on the combatant craft to be used. They will also receive all combat related skills, training and tactics for missions they will conduct overseas. Once the training cycle is completed the Special Boat Team training Department will conduct a Operational Readiness Exercise (ORE). NSWG-4 may also monitor the ORE. This is a realistic as possible Final Battle Problem that will test and grade all skills learned by the detachment. Once they passed the ORE the Special Boat Team and NSWG-4 will certify them ready for deployment.
The SBD is then sent overseas on a Operational deployment to conduct Maritime Naval Special Warfare at the orders of the SOF In-Theater Commander The deployment is normally six months long. The SBD will normally support a SEAL Platoon, but with NSW-21 Force changes several SBDs will deploy together with a SEAL Squadron and its platoons of SEALs. The SBD normally support SEAL operations, but capable of conducting certain operations with other SOF units and Marine RECON. The Special Boat Detachments are capable of conducting certain Special Operation Missions designed for the Boats and SWCC. SBDs are on the tip of the spear when deployed, conducting, or on station to conduct "Real World" Operations.