1st Special Service Force
The 1st Special Service Force was formed during the Second World War as a joint American-Canadian commando unit trained at Fort Harrison near Helena, Montana. They were a highly trained unit specializing in stealth tactics and usually operating behind enemy lines.
They engaged in assaults in Italy at Anzio and secured bridges before the Allies entered Rome. Afterwards they were deployed to Southern France to help spearhead the invasion force. They were a unique military unit that during the course of the war, never failed to achieve their objective.
Their nickname was "The Black Devils", and their Motto was, "We Dare".