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.

The ISIS Solution: How Special Operations Can Eliminate Radical Islam

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The goal of pretty much every violent Islamist group has been the establishment of an Islamic State. This was a stated goal of AQI before it became ISIS, and before it declared itself actually to have achieved the goal of creating such a state in 2014.