I think you might find this a little funny.
My son had some of his friends over and they were coming out into the yard to play Army when one of them said he was going to be Navy special forces, then another chimed in and said he was going to be Marine special forces and before another person said anything Tom stopped them. He counts them.
"Jacob and I are Special Forces"
"William can be a Navy Seal"
"Andy is a...DAD!! WHATS THE SPECIAL OPS GUYS CALLED IN TH AIR FORCE!?
I yell back, "PEE-JAYS".
Tom tells Andy he is the PJs..."PJs? What are PJs", Andy asks shocked.
Before I could say anything William chimes in..."They sleep when we attack!"
"Can I be a PJs when we play", Jacob asks.
Originally Posted by greenberetTFS
U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School
<quote>Of note: there is a misconception that elite units such as Rangers, Navy SEALs and others are collectively part of the Special Forces. They are more accurately referred to as "special operations forces." Special Forces (always capitalized), or "SF," is the proper name of the U.S. Army Special Forces, whose Soldiers are also known as Green Berets.<end>