Note: This is part six of a series. You can read part one, part two, part three, part four, and part five here. The South African contractors of STTEP trained and served View More ›
Unconfirmed accounts in the Iraqi media are reporting that Saddam’s Hussein’s second in command, Izzat al-Douri, has been killed in the Hamrin mountains north of the city of Tikrit. Al-Douri has View More ›
Note: This is part five of a series. You can read part one, part two, part three, and part four here. The second part in this series began to lay out a View More ›
Does America place its troops in unnecessarily dangerous situations because of overly restrictive Rules of Engagement in places like Afghanistan?
Note: This is part four of a series. You can read part one, part two, and part three here. Like Executive Outcomes in the 1990s, STTEP faces an uphill battle against a media View More ›
Barlow’s approach emphasizes turning the tables on the enemy by running him to ground, exhausting him, and then killing him with overwhelming firepower.
South African PMCs have been training a Nigerian strike force and have integrated them into their unit during combat operations against Boko Haram.
Can a nation be both a friend and a foe to the United States at the same time? Today we have a situation in which Iran is a de facto View More ›
SOFREP reports on the details of the takedown of Boko Haram in an exclusive interview with the chairman of the South African PMC, Eeben Barlow.
According to BAS News, the highest ranking surviving member of Iraq’s Baath party is reported to have been injured by an American airstrike in Sinjar, Iraq. Al-Douri (seen in the View More ›