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The Special Warfare Diving and Salvage team is the elite security force of the Bangladesh Navy. Formed in the 1970s, SWADS adapts the techniques used by the US Navy Seals and those of the South Koreans. Those deemed effective enough, who served in the Navy, are selected to enlist in SWADS. Recruits are trained in sea-to-land incursions and to scuba dive under extreme conditions. The team specializes in anti-piracy, counter-terrorism, hostage rescue, underwater demolition, and reconnaissance. SWADS participates in any peace-keeping missions Bangladesh embarks on.
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This was a very close battle. Both were on rather even grounds in terms of trainign and physical ability, so it all came down to who brought in the better weapons. In the end, SWADS had a very small edge in arsenal that won them the day.