Watch standing can be a tedious duty on a Naval vessel. There are hundreds of watches on a Navy ship, most of them of a professional or technical nature. In port or underway, the Security Watch is of prime importance. This watch is stood to prevent sabotage, protect property from damage or theft, prevent access … Continue reading Double Shooting On Navy Base Explained
On March 8, a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200ER departed from Kuala Lumpur with 227 passengers and 12 crew members. It departed at 12:41am (1441 GMT), and was due in Beijing at 6:30am (2230 GMT) that same day. It hasn’t been seen since. This report attempts to debunk some of the theories about that disappearance and … Continue reading “Alright, Goodnight” – Does Malaysia Want To Know What Happened To Flight MH-370?
In the beginning, there was darkness about Special Operations Forces and SOFREP.com was void and without form. I joined in the pre-launch days, a couple of months before that when Brandon Webb and Jack Murphy asked readers of their stuff on “Kit-Up” to send their email addresses if they wanted to be a part of … Continue reading With the Mafia Underground in Destin; A Community of Support
Recent events in Egypt are a good study in the art of the politics of the real. As usual, the media talking heads just run with the latest video out of Egypt without context. They cover it as a human tragedy rather than what it actually is, a power struggle between political and religious factions … Continue reading Egypt, Behind the Media Smokescreen
The “Pucker Factor” (PF) is a scale that seeks to measure fear by the force of contraction exerted on the sphincter muscles surrounding the anus during a given situation of danger. The scale is from 1 to 10. 1 is the normal level, while a 10 Pucker, or PF10, is an anal contraction so strong … Continue reading Know Your Military Terminology: The Pucker Factor