Indian Navy Women Special Forces:The Indian Navy has now decided to include women in its Special Forces as well. According to the news of the English newspaper 'Hindustan Times', a senior officer familiar with the matter said on Sunday (November 11) that after this move by the Navy, women will be allowed to serve as commandos for the first time in all three defense services. How dangerous are Marcos? MARCOS are trained for a range of missions and can operate at sea, in the air and on land. These commandos can conduct covert strikes against enemy warships, offshore installations and other vital assets, special diving operations and surveillance and reconnaissance missions to support naval operations. They can also fight terrorists in maritime environment and have been deployed in anti-terrorist role in Wular Lake area of Kashmir. A third officer said, “Women are now deployed in all wings of the Navy, from special operations to flying and warship duty. The Navy has transformed itself into a completely gender-neutral force. There is no dearth of opportunities if you have the required capability.” A close watch on the training of farmers The Navy's Special Forces wing for women has been started at a time when they are being inducted for the first time in the Army as personnel below the officer rank (PBOR) cadre. The Navy is closely monitoring the training of the first batch of Agniveers, including women, at the INS Chilka training establishment in Odisha. The first batch of Navy's Agniveers comprises 3,000 trainees, including 341 women.