A coalition force of approximately 7,500 Peshmerga-led Kurdish soldiers launched a coordinated assault in the Sinjar region against ISIS fortified positions on 12 November, 2015, supported by U.S. and British air strikes.
Interrogation provides valuable information that protects American lives, identifies and develops targets, and is a skill set comprised of thoughtful approaches and focus.
The merry-go-round of international relations is in full swing and is exactly what ISIS hopes will bring about a new global conflict.
Part two of the Red Team exercise on a hypothetical, multi-pronged ISIS attack on the Midwest—in Kansas City, Missouri.
A video recently released by ISIS provides a vivid and accurate picture of our enemy, along with the rhetoric and propaganda that has been so successful in their global recruiting campaign.
You can tell that there is an omnipresent fear gripping Mogadishu, primarily due to the presence of Al-Shabaab.
I always think of the linguists we worked with in-theater. Soldiers who had earlier been refugees from Iran and Pakistan and later became Canadians were risking their lives beside mine.
Whether the Suruc bombing was in fact launched by shadowy figures in the Turkish government or not, it played right into Erdogan’s hand. The air strikes torpedoed the ceasefire agreement, acting as a provocation to reignite open conflict between the Kurds and the Turks.
as it appears U.S. Special Forces ODAs, 12-man elements tailor-made for unconventional warfare, are deploying to Syria, it may be worth writing a primary on what they can expect to find when they arrive there.
The following is a Red Team case study of a hypothetical situation in which terrorists attack Kansas City, Missouri.