U.S. trainers are also returning to Somalia to train Danab Brigade, Somalia’s famous special operations unit.
The 7th Special Forces Group urgently needs a Child Development CenterSpecial Ops
Highly-trained operators shouldn’t have to leave the Army because the government is forcing them to choose between their children and the service.
The GR-115F – What you need to know about Glock’s first rifleGear
Glock has finally made a rifle. This very modern weapon is currently in trials to be the next rifle with the British Rangers.
Having the worst Thanksgiving Day ever while trying to evade enemy forces in special operations schoolSpecial Ops
“This tastes like a road-kill raccoon,” one of our men said. “That’s exactly what it is,” one of the guerrillas replied.
Is Special Operations Selection in need of revision?Featured
Reforming Special Operations selection courses is a tricky business and requires a fine balance between realism, high standards, and safety.
The small Special Forces base in al-Tanf, Syria has large implications for regional securityMilitary Affairs
As tensions in the Middle East spike, al-Tanf’s importance to Washington in preventing Syria from becoming a vassal state increases.
Army’s special operations are coming to a high school near youRecruiting
“We’ve got to do a better job of translating opportunities for not only high-schoolers but also people already in the workforce,” the head of the Army SpecOps command said.
The siege of the Green Berets at Plei Me: The first major battle of the US in VietnamHistory
In 1965, the scope of the Vietnam War was changing. The United States was moving from an advisory role to large combat formations in-country. It was only a matter of time before large troop concentrations faced each other in battle. Most of us are well familiar with the first large battle between American and North […]
The special operations that paved the way for D-DayFeatured
On June 6, 1944, the Allies stormed Normandy and began the liberation of Europe. Special operations were key to the success of D-Day.
Cabanatuan Raid: The largest rescue in American historyHistory
Pacific theater, late 1944. Allied forces have been gradually uprooting the Japanese forces and pushing them back to Japan. As its foothold in the Pacific shrinks by the day, the Imperial Japanese Army is getting desperate. Already the Japanese have shown a willingness to fight to the last man, an echo of the country’s ancient […]