By now we have heard the term “boots on the ground” about a million times. From the early days following the attacks of September 11, 2001, to the current situation in View More ›
The term “artifact” has at least two meanings: From a technical perspective, an artifact is an unintentional pattern in data, arising from processes of collection and management. From a cultural View More ›
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 ›
The artifice on which every intra-state relationship with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) stands is: “In China, ‘win-win” means China wins twice.” There have been a few articles on View More ›
Since the end of the Cold War, U.S. military interventions in the Gulf War, Kosovo, Afghanistan, and Iraq have left most observers without doubt that the U.S. and her allies View More ›
I was able to meet with an Ukrainian SOF Veterans Association, and they told me I was the first foreigner to meet them to talk about the war. It was weird as most of them served in Afghanistan along with their Russian counterparts and they still keep talking through social networks even with the ongoing war.
I would like to consider what a terrorist attack on America by Islamic Militants would look like. This is simply an analysis of what a potential attack would look like, period.
So, you wanna be a hacker? First, buy lots of black t-shirts and start listening to Dub Step, as one of our SOFREP readers brought up. Once you have an View More ›
I retired 180-A, Special Operations Technician and spent the majority of my Special Forces time working in Central and South America. I earned a CIB in Operation Desert Storm prior View More ›
Despite being crushingly defeated by the joint efforts of a French/Malian/West African military effort last year, Northern Mali Jihadists may be slowly crawling out of their hideouts, like desert ghosts, View More ›
In my particular circle, my comrades and I find ourselves in our respective man-caves and cubicle farms discussing women, guns and politics with emotional declarations that raise our beer mugs, View More ›
In 2009 I was a Special Forces Weapons Sergeant deployed to Tal Afar, Iraq. Being a Weapons Sergeant of course, I liked all the toys. We got to play with View More ›
The following are a series of seven reforms proposed to eliminate corruption in Indian’s intelligence services, harmonize operations, and establish a system that is self-correcting and self-learning. 1. Establish an View More ›
Currently at least one Intelligence Bureau officer is standing trial for extra-judicial killings. The charge is that he colluded with local police officers to stage a “terrorist encounter” as an View More ›