Pakistan Navy New Film Sarbakaf, SSG Film 6 September.
The Special Service Group (Navy) (Urdu: خصوصی خدمات انجمن بحریہ), abbreviated SSG(N), is the Pakistan Navy’s principal special operations force.Together with the special forces of the air force, army and naval marines, they form the Pakistan Special Operations Command (P-SOC) under the joint administrative control of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of the Pakistan Defence Forces.
The SSG(N) are trained to conduct sea-air-land incursion, counter-terrorism, naval intelligence gathering, hostage rescue, and boarding.
The SSG(N) are deployed on a wide variety of missions, including direct action and special reconnaissance, unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, hostage rescue, counter-terrorism, and other missions.
All SSG(N) personnel are male, active-duty members of the Pakistan Navy. The details of most SSG(N) missions are highly secretive, and the identities of operatives are kept classified.
Official numbers place the unit’s strength between 700 and 1000 however, the actual strength is classified.
During training, SSG(N) members are occasionally sent to the United States for specialised courses and training conducted with the United States Navy SEALs.