There are many mistakes veterans make when it comes to creating a resume shortly after getting out; maybe it doesn’t look flashy enough, there is too much content, or maybe View More ›
Months ago, the American public found out that the Obama administration ordered a full review of our current hostage rescue policy. We’re still waiting on the findings. I have never agreed View More ›
Yemen has been one of those battlefields in the War on Terror that we never really committed many troops for, but the small presence we do have on the ground View More ›
Following my RIP graduation and transfer to 3rd Ranger Battalion, I would see combat jump stars pretty often. Once in a while you’d see a young Ranger with two. My first team leader was one of them.
On December 25th, 2014, peacekeepers, military contractors, and other civilians operating as part of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) at the Halane Base Camp were celebrating Christmas when View More ›
It is the early morning hours of December 6, 2014, and you find yourself armed with an AK-47 as a member of Al-Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula, or AQAP.
For as long as history has included naval military power, Russia has been on a quest to “reach the warm sea.” Something most Western nations take for granted, the presence View More ›
When I refer to the Scorpion program, I’m not referring to the fictional new show on CBS about a small group of geniuses working for the Department of Homeland Security. The View More ›
A team of commandos from SEAL Team 6 and Yemeni counterterrorism undertook a daring nighttime hostage rescue in the Yemen’s Hadhramaut region. Here’s how they rescued eight hostages.
“Extortion 17” is a name etched in our minds as one of the worst losses our military has ever experienced. Thirty Americans perished in the blink of an eye, half View More ›