Kopassus is an abbreviation for Kommando Pasukan Khusus, the Indonesian Special Forces. Although the Indonesian armed forces have a wide array of airborne and special ops units, Kopassus is probably the best known. With a strength of around 6,000 personnel, Kopassus is organized into five groups plus Paspampres, the Presidential Security Unit. All members of Kopassus are airborne and commando qualified. One of the groups is a training group. There is also a group assigned special recon and Intel duties in conjunction with Indonesia’s Joint Intelligence Unit. This group is sometimes referred to as Sandhi Yudha, which translates as “combat intelligence.” Deep penetration operations are among its missions. Two groups are assigned to typical para-commando missions. The fifth group, SAT 81, also designated Penenggulangan Teror is the anti-terrorist unit.