Smoke and Mirrors: Conspicuous Timing of GTMO Releases

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On December 9, 2014, Senator Diane Feinstein released the Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on the use of torture by the CIA following 9/11. Screams for prosecution were loud and directed View More ›

Women Now Eligible to Join Australia’s Special Operations Command

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The removal of gender restrictions gained momentum in 2011 after Defence personnel were embroiled in a number of high-profile scandals. The scandals and allegations involved the sexual humiliation and denigration of both male and female ADF employees across all three services.

Q&A With a South African 4 Recce Operator

Q&A With a South African 4 Recce Operator

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The South African Recces are one of the most accomplished units in the history of special operations, but their successes have largely been ignored by the history books until recently.

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South African Special Forces Sniper Takes Out Congo Rebels (2125m shot!)

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Last year a South African Special Forces operator chalked up the 6th longest range kill in history against M23 rebels in the Congo. The story has not been told until now.

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SEAL Delivery Vehicle Teams: Warriors Below The Surface

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I had the honor of serving with BP Grogan in the SEAL Teams. He’s an incredible guy, and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the SOF community, and View More ›

SDV: Warriors Below the Surface – Part Four

SDV: Warriors Below the Surface – Part Four

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Desert One was a disaster. The photos of the burned-out helicopters lying in the lonely sands of the Iranian desert drove spears through the hearts of all Special Operations members, View More ›