Commandos often operate behind enemy lines. Whether crawling across a no man’s land to eliminate enemy sentries or appearing out of nowhere to take down units in key positions in seconds, they are adept at neutralizing advance threats. They can clear even more substantial fortifications with coordinated grenade attacks. More than one foxhole full of Winter Guard has been devastated by commandos lurking just a few feet away. Once they have crossed the enemy line, commandos wreak deadly havoc among artillery batteries, advance command posts, and other critical positions. Often squads are tasked with specific objectives necessary to ensure the success of a larger military action. At other times a squad may spend weeks deep in enemy territory, where they disrupt supply trains, sabotage rail tracks, and generally cause hell with the enemy’s logistics and morale alike. When their mission is complete they return to their trencher brothers and prepare for the next assault.