The American general was desperate. The last time that he had faced his enemy counterpart, considered one the best tacticians in the world, he and his men had barely escaped View More ›
This has been a bad month for Iranian General officers in “advisory” roles supporting Syria and Iraq in the ISIS conflict. Losing three Generals in four months in a single conflict cannot be good for morale.
On December 27, 2014, BG Hamid Taghavi (aka Taqavi) of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) Qods Force (QF) Ramazan Corps was allegedly shot by an ISIS sniper in Samarra, Iraq. His View More ›
As the bluish-white tendrils of gun smoke permeates the air, a sobering fact sinks into the minds of these villagers. There is no place you can go where a bullet can’t find you.
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.
Five years ago this week, on December 30, 2009, Jordanian doctor Humam Khalil Abu Mulal al-Balawi carried out the single most successful direct attack on the American national security operatives View More ›
Sporadic reporting shot forth this morning that the country of Jordan may had lost a fighter aircraft over the city of Raqqa, Syria. Initial reporting coming out of Jordan was 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 ›
When working within a target country or diaspora, dialect is often the difference between getting the right information and having to go back and get it right. Claiming to be from one place but using the dialect of another area will land you in a world of “this sucks.”
The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee, according to news reports, is due to release its report on the CIA’s so-called enhanced interrogation program that went into effect in the months following View More ›