Polish Military, Police and Special Forces are considered to be some of the best institutions in the world. Its NO coincidence that historically huge European nations, like Germany and Russia, with much larger populations/military human resources than Poland, ALWAYS NEEDED the help of each other to successfully invade Poland. This is because these large European nations knew Polish people were zealous fighters.
By (PAR) Mike Kurgon
POLISH MILITARY FORCES
GROM Polish Forces is considered to be one of the best special forces in the World. They were very helpful in securing the Iraqi ports prior to American forces going into Iraq. GROM was formed with the assistance of American and British Special forces. Few forces train and work as hard as GROM
Since Polish people are fighters and quick to sympathize with others who are underdogs because of Poland being the victim of predator nations, its no coincidence that Poland gave America NOT just one great general, but TWO! Polish General Casimir Pulaski was a true American Revolutionary war hero and good friend of the founding fathers like George Washington. In addition, Polish general Tadeusz Kosciuszko was the one who engineered, designed and built West Point to defeat the British. West Point was the largest American fort in the American Revolutionary War and then after the war, transcended into America's greatest Military educational institution that has created many of our great American Warriors.
As reported from the Polish American Journal:
West Point was Kosciuszko’s greatest engineering achievement. The fortress itself was a polygonal citadel atop a rock face 60 meters above the river. Four additional forts were situated around it, three on nearby hills and the fourth on the river bank itself featuring a 60-ton chain with two-foot-long links meant as a barrier against British ships. Seven redoubts took shape between the forts, and the complex design held 2,500 soldiers. The entire project took two and a half years to complete. Kosciuszko considered it a triumph greater than his victory at Saratoga; he did it with a work force of eighty-two laborers, three masons, and one stone cutter.
In 1778, West Point served briefly as headquarters for General Washington. For years West Point remained the largest fort in America.........
After the Battle of Saratoga, Washington wrote a letter to Congress, in which he referred to Kosciuszko as “a gentleman of science and merit” who very much deserved to be remembered. General Nathanial Greene called his chief engineer “one of the most helpful and congenial companions,” stressing his “perseverance, determination, indefatigable efforts” as well as his “incomparable modesty,” “From one man we can have but one life,” President Thomas Jefferson wrote about Kosciuszko, “and you gave us the most valuable and active part of yours, and we are now enjoying and improving its effects. Every sound American, sincere votary of freedom loves and honors you ...”
Jefferson is also credited as saying of Kosciuszko “He was as pure a son of liberty as I have ever known.