Inside Special Ops - Netflix
Explores Private Military Contractors, revealing how they operate and why the government can no longer wage modern warfare without them.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Inside Special Ops - Explosive rat - Netflix
The explosive rat, also known as a rat bomb, was a weapon developed by the British Special Operations Executive in World War II for use against Germany. Rat carcasses were filled with plastic explosives, and were to be distributed near German boiler rooms, where it was expected they would be disposed of by burning, with the subsequent explosion having a chance of causing a boiler explosion. The explosive rats never saw use, as the first shipment was intercepted by the Germans; however, the resulting search for more booby trapped rats consumed enough German resources for the SOE to conclude that the operation was a success.
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