Recent comments on Twitter and on SOFREP.com’s Facebook page have spurred some of us here at the site to wonder if we are experiencing first-hand a Russian covert action program View More ›
The Chinese leader and father of the Chinese Revolution, Mao ZeDong, when speaking on irregular warfare said, “The guerrilla must move amongst the people as a fish swims in the View More ›
Months ago, the American public found out that the Obama administration ordered a full review of our current hostage rescue policy. We’re still waiting on the findings. I have never agreed View More ›
Yemen has been one of those battlefields in the War on Terror that we never really committed many troops for, but the small presence we do have on the ground View More ›
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 ›