I am an unapologetic believer in our nation’s national security apparatus, and not just because I was a part of it as an officer in both the U.S. military and the View More ›
Like a lot of people, I get pretty pissed off when I read that poachers kill up to 50,000 elephants each year just to harvest material that is chemically identical View More ›
Rumors have been flying around the Internet over the last week about Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the self-styled “Caliph Ibrahim” of the Islamic State, being caught in a Coalition airstrike View More ›
As I noted in Al-Qaeda After the Rise of ISIS: India, al-Qaeda has seemingly reconceptualized both the group’s role and its scope of strategic operations in the wake of the View More ›
Here is a new video about Special Forces in Afghanistan. They talk about U.S. SF and the Afghan mission working with the ANASF and the Commandos.
Australia is gearing up to host the 2014 G20 Leader’s Summit which will be held in Brisbane on 15 and 16 November. The city has transformed as a result of View More ›
Following Fox News Channel’s interview with self-proclaimed UBL shooter Rob O’Neill, many in the audience, and even in the media, may be curious as to the details of the actual View More ›
In Australia and many Allied nations of the First World War, November 11 is celebrated as Remembrance Day, which recognises the moment when hostilities ceased on the Western Front in 1918.
Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, the former Soviet Republic engaged in a protracted war with neighboring Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh. Nagorno-Karabakh, a region administered by the government in View More ›
This guest post comes to SOFREP from a YPG cadre involved in the front-line fighting against ISIS. -Jack Merely fighting and winning battles is not all there is to winning View More ›