Ebolamania is sweeping the United States but the real fight against this the ebola virus is being fought, and will have to be won, in West Africa.
The killing of Osama Bin Laden in May of 2011 by SEAL Team Six in Abbotabad, Pakistan immediately became the crowning achievement of the US Special Operations community. However, almost View More ›
One fall morning, I skipped up the steps and down the gilded halls of academia to my first class of the day for the semester. As I rounded my way View More ›
The goal of pretty much every violent Islamist group has been the establishment of an Islamic State. This was a stated goal of AQI before it became ISIS, and before it declared itself actually to have achieved the goal of creating such a state in 2014.
The rumor mill is cranking away at full speed as academics speculate and North Korean exiles pontificate, but SOFREP got the inside scoop on where this elusive dictator has been View More ›
The following is an excerpt from Violence of Action: The Untold Stories of the 75th Ranger Regiment in the War on Terror. I was fortunate to be able to read View More ›
Phonies are everywhere these days and being a CIA fraud is the best of all because you can always claim that your background is Majestic-12 super-top-secret. “You see, I was a View More ›
Here’s the transcript of a recent interview I did with Rebecca Frankel, author of War Dogs: Tales of Canine Heroism, History, and Love. Tell us about the piece that you wrote for View More ›
While America is deploying soldiers to West Africa to help contain Ebola, it seems that larger problems are developing here at home…
While many are familiar with President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s famous farewell speech, fewer have read the original drafts which include dire warnings about the future of America and what Eisenhower View More ›
While Congress, the President, and the media play their games, the bodies are piling up in Iraq and Syria as ISIS continues their slaughter.
Since August 8th, 2014 the United States Air Force has been conducting an air campaign against ISIS which has slowly escalated as the Obama administration acclimatizes the public to the View More ›
I shoot two, who fall in shock, disbelieving even as they die. My boys take care of most of the rest. One of the enemy’s AK-47s is empty from the initial assault and he charges Q, who still has plenty of ammunition in his weapon, but slings his own rifle behind his back and lunges toward the enemy.
This comes to us from a current YPG cadre regarding how the Syrian Kurdish Army is organized in terms of its structure and how the men and women in these units View More ›