December 8, 2012

Game Reviews By Real Military Operators: HotExtract.com

We are launching a few more blogs this year and first out of the gate is HotExtract.com. The site is live and now a part of the SOFREP network. Me and the team also appreciate any feedback via comments or comms portal. Chris is your host and is already kicking ass and taking names.

Very few, if any, game sites do reviews exclusively by former or active military. If you have a review or an opinion and have a military background then please don’t hesitate to fire off your feedback to Chris.

More to come in 2013 from SOFREP Media

  • NavySEALs.com-Everything Navy SEALs.
  • FragOrder.com-Military Entertainment & Book reviews
  • Military Aviation Blog
  • Spec Ops Tech
  • And we have a few other tricks up our sleeve. Standby…

 

About the Author

is a former U.S. Navy SEAL with combat deployments to Afghanistan, and Iraq. During his last tour he served as the west coast sniper Course Manager at the Naval Special Warfare Center. He is Editor-in-Chief of SOFREP.com, and a New York Times best selling author (The Red Circle & Benghazi: The Definitive Report). His writing has been featured in print, and digital media worldwide. You can follow him on twitter here.

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  • Barnes

    I look forward to "fragorder.com" actually, I'll probably jump onto hotextract every once in a while also.

  • Brent Okuley

    @BrandonWebb gotta say, I'm stoked about this: "NavySEALs.com-Everything Navy SEALs" I just hope it has a heavy helping of combat diving ;)

  • Switzerland

    I'm sorry but that website hotextract.com sounds like something else, not video games. Regardless, I'll check it out. Hopefully the wife wont see the site name and try to give me shit.

  • usapatriotonthemove

    Wholly Crap!  Look at you guys launching an empire!  That's awesome man, checking out the links as I type.  I wish you all the best.  Hope your trip is going well.

  • Old PH2

    @KineticFury  @Srmanuel I own a book titled "Death from above" that is a complete history of the FG42 the full power version of a select fire assault rifle developed for the German Fallschrimjager.  Hitler insisted they use the full power 8mm Mauser cartidge so there would not be any issues finding ammo for them.  Elements of it's design found their way into the US M-60 GPMG.      The 8mm Kurz round was developed in secret and tested on the Eastern front against the Red Army.