Iraqi made insignia for the Iraq Special Operations Forces - Iraq Special Warfare Center and School (ISOF-ISWCS). Also known as the ISOF Training Command. The text in the yellow banner above the eagle translates to Be Prepared. The patch is identified as number 167-132 in the September 2012 issue of the 'Chute & Dagger journal.
Essentially the Iraqi version of the US Army JFK SWC&S. Training center patch for Iraqi Special Operations Forces with assistance from US Special Forces. The ISWCS consists of two training battalions known as the 4th Training Battalion-Baghdad and 5th Training Battalion-Baghdad.
The ISWCS conducts three rotational courses. The first is the three-week Selection Course; the attrition rate for candidates in this rigorous screening course is greater than 50%. Of those who graduate, the top 10% are sent to the eight-week Operators Training Course, and from there they are assigned to the 2nd Battalion (ICTF). The next 20% are earmarked for the six-week Commando Course. The remainder is assigned to the Support Battalion and Garrison Support Unit. Recruits for the Selection Course are nominated by Shi'a, Sunni, and Kurdish tribal leaders from among candidates who have no prior military experience.
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