If you like recce, black ops, close target reconnaissance, close quarters combat, clandestine, low-vis operations, this book should be right up your alley.
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.
I’ve decided to start a new series on SOFREP about foreign internal defense (FID)—a topic that touches upon subjects such as unconventional warfare (UW) and espionage as it is related to View More ›
To understand the current landscape of the Middle East, we must examine the series of events that have moved its countries to what seems to be the verge of chaos. The rise of View More ›
Jack Murphy recently had a chance to sit with Chris Martin, author of the Beyond Neptune Spear and Shaping the World from the Shadows series. Jack and Chris talk about View More ›
I know everyone is excited to see Clint Eastwood’s upcoming film, American Sniper, based on the life of my former SEAL TEAM 3 teammate Chris Kyle. I can tell you View More ›
Most of what was in this report had already been widely known and discussed. Also interesting to note that the Oversight Committee appears to not provide any oversight at all, View More ›
Packing the latest in British Army gear, deployed to all corners of the earth, they are a living legend—the patch with the crossed khukris, the traditional Nepalese machetes, immediately identifies View More ›
According to my admittedly unscientific survey, 95% of the American public is unable to muster any outrageous outrage over water being poured on faces.
It was a snowy night in Prague. I bought a round of beers for my Ranger buddy and two Brits we had just met at the bar. One of the Brits View More ›