Commander Special Operations Group
U.S. Department of State Contractor
2002 – 2004
Restoring Civil Order in War Torn Countries
U.S. Coast Guard
Search and Rescue
Deployable Specialized Forces
Taclet South Ledet 401
March 1994 – 2002
TACLET is both a U.S. military special operations unit and a federal tactical law enforcement team composed of Law Enforcement Detachments. LEDETs which are specialized, deployable maritime law enforcement teams of the United States Coast Guard are not part of DoD like the rest of the military but actually part of DHS. The vast majority of TACLET missions are performed in international waters or overseas ashore. The unit deals mainly with law enforcement issues (weapons/drugs/migrants/counter-terrorism) but performs those missions in a military fashion utilizing US military and allied assets. First established in 1982, their primary mission is to deploy aboard U.S. and allied naval vessels to conduct and support maritime law enforcement, interdiction, or security operations. LEDETs are the operational elements of the Coast Guard’s two Tactical Law Enforcement Teams (TACLETs) which consist of the Coast Guard’s Deployable Specialized Forces (DSF). As of April 2010 there are seventeen LEDETs
Darin Bibeau speaks about his military experience and how it helped shape the rest of his career.
Darin Bibeau was featured on a podcast episode of Patriots Corner below!