SOFREP just received our copy of 100 Deadly Skills, a new book by my friend and former JSOC Operator Clinton Emerson. Having glanced briefly through the manual it’s obvious that this View More ›
Is the United States being taken to the mats over and over again in a foreign policy which is fundamentally broken?
Phone footage captured on the train after the attack. American forces have again proven themselves in Europe, this time on holiday. Several Americans from the Air Force, the Army, and View More ›
How it really happened, as told by a fellow Ranger student of Griest and Haver, the first two female graduates of Army Ranger School.
Read the SOFREP exclusive report on the attack that took place at a top-secret MACV-SOG compound in Da Nang, which killed 17 Special Forces soldiers.
The American way of life represents the greatest title on our planet. We, like the great boxing champions of our past, must be willing to defend it.
Much is being made of the two women who will graduate Ranger School this week. One show boater and spot lighter who will be present for the graduation is President View More ›
There was a much consternation when planning Neptune Spear about whether or not the stealth Black Hawks, untested in combat, were suitable for the mission.
We pick up our second interview with CSM Mike Hall, discussing his first assignment outside of the Ranger Battalion after over seven years in the Rangers.