No other words sum up SFAS (Special Forces Assessment and Selection) more for me, and I’m sure many others would agree. I found out what these words meant and just how important they would become.
The cadre assigned to the start point gave us our countdown and told us to begin. No talking once the event began…
While in the process of researching a soon-to-be-released cultural assessment and analysis for our SOFREP readers on the Ukraine/Russia situation, I came across the following email through one of my View More ›
Ever wonder what makes Army Special Forces guys different than most other US SOF elements? If you’ve been a SOFREP reader for a while, you could probably put together a View More ›
“Anything over a year old should cancel… They [requested] a mass purge.” In a plot twist that again proves fiction is less interesting than reality, audio has recently been released View More ›
“Increase the suck factor!” These words were often heard, repeated, and often felt. The suck factor is an imaginary rating system of how much things suck at any given moment. View More ›
Earlier this month marked the ninth year since one of my buddies from the Special Forces Qualification Course was killed while deployed to Afghanistan. Since I started writing for SOFREP, View More ›
After a long entrance, ovation and much ceremony, the President began delivering his State of the Union speech to Congress around 2110 EST. This article will initially focus on the View More ›
“There is no way in hell I’m going to make it through this.” This was the thought that bounced around my head from time to time when I first got View More ›
One major perk to writing for SOFREP and volunteering for the Green Beret Foundation has been contacting and staying in contact with new folks in the SOF community. Many of View More ›
My experience with hogs and boars is relatively limited. I’ve heard horror stories about them rampaging through Germany at night and scaring the hell out of guys doing training out View More ›
Reuters recently reported that a convoy of vehicles heading to a wedding was attacked by a drone on the 12th of this month, resulting in the deaths of 15 people View More ›
Texas National Guard Special Forces Sergeant, UFC fighter, and friend of the Green Beret Foundation Tim Kennedy was kind enough to donate signed gloves, wraps, and program from his recent View More ›
For once in my lifetime, I have found something that I agree with Michael Moore on: American veterans are committing suicide.