May 23, 2009 - It was a nice quiet evening with a good breeze to keep us cool, which was nice because temperatures were already reaching 40 degrees Celsius in May View More ›
It was a cool and chilly morning at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. We woke up at 0500 on 30-September-2013 and first formation was at 0530. Just like any other weekday View More ›
In January of 2003, me and the 3rd Battalion 5th Marines were deployed to Kuwait. After a couple of months of jerking off we got the order to invade, which View More ›
American Embassies around the world throughout the years have had U.S. Marines on duty, about 140 MSG Detachments located around the world – for security and physical protection. The Marines View More ›
One of our SOFREP readers passed this on to me via Facebook. Note: I haven’t personally verified John Spence’s biography with but he seems pretty legit, and it’s a great View More ›
I’m sure you’re all noticing a pattern. I was full of anger after I got home, but I never realized that until looking back.
This story comes to us as an excerpt out of a book Chris Carter is working on. Great flashback, and thanks for sharing Chris. -Brandon I was one of the View More ›
While training in West Virginia I stopped by the local Burger King for a quick bite. As I was waiting for my order, I looked around and noticed an old man looking at me, and a young View More ›
Before I explain what in the hell I was doing watching cartoons in a war zone, I should probably explain something first. For those of you who don’t know, or View More ›
Man, did I hate those words when I was a private in Ranger Battalion. Early mornings in formation waiting for the First Sergeant to come out and call the company View More ›
The day after we arrived, we split teams and sent a forward party to our team house in Samarra, while the rest of us, myself included, stayed behind at Forward View More ›
Here I am, two months into my deployment to Samarra, Iraq. a lovely little burgh that had been entirely overran a few years prior, requiring some massive ordinance as the View More ›
In early 2005, I had the pleasure of going on a training deployment to the annual Foal Eagle Joint Military Exercises in Korea as the Junior Engineer of my Special View More ›
That’s right. We crashed the wedding just in time to save a teenage girl’s virginity from this terrorist asshole. No big deal or anything.