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A Tactical Assault Group (TAG) is an Australian Defence Force special forces unit tasked with responding to counter-terrorism incidents in Australia on land and maritime environments and also with conducting overseas special recovery operations. At present there are two tactical assault groups based on opposite sides of the country. As such they are individually identified as being either TAG East, based in Sydney or TAG West, based in Perth. Both groups are structured to conduct offensive domestic counter-terrorist operations focusing on direct action and hostage recovery.

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  • A Tactical Assault Group (TAG) is an Australian Defence Force special forces unit tasked with responding to counter-terrorism incidents in Australia on land and maritime environments and also with conducting overseas special recovery operations. At present there are two tactical assault groups based on opposite sides of the country. As such they are individually identified as being either TAG East, based in Sydney or TAG West, based in Perth. Both groups are structured to conduct offensive domestic counter-terrorist operations focusing on direct action and hostage recovery.
  • El Grupo Táctico de Asalto (Del inglés Tactical Assault Group (TAG)) son las unidades de contraterrorismo de Australia. Los dos grupos, Este y Oeste, están estructurados para conducir operaciones domésticas de contra-terrorismo enfocándose en la solución del incidente y en la recuperación de los rehenes.
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  • El Grupo Táctico de Asalto (Del inglés Tactical Assault Group (TAG)) son las unidades de contraterrorismo de Australia. Los dos grupos, Este y Oeste, están estructurados para conducir operaciones domésticas de contra-terrorismo enfocándose en la solución del incidente y en la recuperación de los rehenes. Poseen una corta capacidad de conducción de operaciones militares más allá del alcance de los equipos tácticos del Estado y de la Policía Federal. Estos objetivos son obtenidos por medio de diversas habilidades y capacidades altamente especializadas y apoyando a las unidades de las Fuerzas Armadas de Australia.
  • A Tactical Assault Group (TAG) is an Australian Defence Force special forces unit tasked with responding to counter-terrorism incidents in Australia on land and maritime environments and also with conducting overseas special recovery operations. At present there are two tactical assault groups based on opposite sides of the country. As such they are individually identified as being either TAG East, based in Sydney or TAG West, based in Perth. Both groups are structured to conduct offensive domestic counter-terrorist operations focusing on direct action and hostage recovery. Each assault group maintains a short notice capability to conduct military operations beyond the scope of State and Federal Police Tactical Groups. These aims are achieved through various highly specialised skill sets, niche capabilities and supporting Australian Defence Force (ADF) units such as those from the Special Operations Engineer Regiment and 171st Aviation Squadron.
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