Just ppl comparing dick sizes to make their own career seem cooler.
Typically and generally the case in comparing similarities and differences in training and qualifications connected to military occupations.
However being in or under Special Operations Command by itself is no differing qualifier by itself as for many military occupations there are no additional screening, selection, or special qualification or skill identifier requirements for such duty assignment. Further, other than the Special Forces 18 series military occupation classification there is no enlisted and very few career duty assignments in Army Special Operations as it is MOS and grade that determine assignment throughout a career more so than a Special Qualification Identifier or a Special Skill Identifier.
Making an infantry military occupation classification comparisons to airborne duty assignment and ranger assignment is significant over-simplification as such duty assignments are open to numerous Army Military Occupation Specialty Classifications where the awarded requirement is either a Special Qualification Identifier (P-parachutist) or a Special Skill Identifier (G-ranger/V-ranger parachutist).
Example: Duty assignment to the 75th Ranger Regiment is open to following MOSs.
11A, 12A, 13A, 25A, 27A, 30A, 35D, 35E, 36A, 38A, 42H, 53A, 56A, 57A, 61N, 65B, 65D, 70B, 70H,
73B, 74A,, 88A, 90A, 92A
131A, 251A, 254A, 290A, 350F, 350G, 351L, 351M, 352P, 420A, 882P, 890A, 915A, 920A, 920B, 921A
NCO and Enlisted
11B, 11C, 11Z, 12B, 12H, 12R, 12W, 12Y, 13F, 13Z, 25B, 25C, 25E, 25N, 25P, 25S, 25U, 25W, 25X,
27D, 29E, 35F, 35G, 35L, 35M, 35N, 35P, 35X, 36B, 37F, 38B, 42A, 42F, 56M, 68J, 68S, 68W, 68X, 74D,
79S, 88M, 88N, 89B, 91B, 91C, 91D, 91E, 91F, 91G, 91X, 92A, 92F, 92G, 92L, 92R, 92W, 92Y, 94E, 94F,
Considering the above which MOSs represents having the training, qualifications, skill level to be the fire team leader, small tactical team squad leader, platoon leader? I’m willing to bet those holding an Infantry MOS represents top of the pecking order of being the operational capability. Point being made is compare military occupation classification skill levels and career development requirements and not unit or organizational duty assignments.