This is a picture that I’ve held onto for personal reasons and will continue to hold onto for many years. Whenever things seem to be a little tough, I refer back to my time in service as a Ranger, and especially the moment this picture was taken.
I’ve been asked to give my thoughts on the highly publicized recent “events” in the media because of the pigmentation of my skin. Yes, I am “African American,” but I’d View More ›
There is a BIG misconception that a Ranger is a Ranger. “I have a Ranger Tab, I’m a Ranger!” Negative! You are Ranger-qualified. Not saying that those who graduate Ranger View More ›
I want to personally thank Nick Irving for writing this piece for SOFREP; it’s an important topic and his perspective is extremely valuable. In the Special Ops community racism and View More ›
Oskar Zepeda is a Former Army Ranger sniper with nine combat deployments under his belt, and a man who any bad guy would hate to see coming their way.
Here’s the follow-up video to my post, Former Special Operations Sniper Cross Trains With Olympic Shooter Amanda Furrer. In that post, I recounted the experience that Amanda and I had View More ›
Precision long-rang shooting is an absolute art. Everything has to be perfect in order for the round to impact its intended target.
It’s not often you hear military special operations snipers and Olympic shooters in the same sentence, well, that was at least until now. I recently got in contact with Amanda View More ›
I was recently contacted by one of the SOFREP Team Room members via e-mail, informing me that he was located in Kingsland, Texas and wanted to know if I would View More ›
With all of the hype and fear going around within the general public and media in regards to IEDs, I thought that I would shed a little light about this View More ›