Over the past few months, there have been commentaries and talking heads screaming for ISIS blood. I keep hearing the term “total war” being bandied about, and the blogosphere is View More ›
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.
In an October 15, 2014 article by Greg Zoroya featured in USA Today, which cites an NPR story from the same day, the author points out that a small number of View More ›
13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi tells a story you have not heard, told by men you do not know, but they are not strangers. Any View More ›
Enough people have sent us messages asking for invites to special events or more access to our team. To make this happen, we’ve decided to establish a limited membership, The SOFREP 300.
The Utah National Guard suspects its facilities, equipment and personnel may have been involved in making a swimsuit calendar. Of all the bizarre unauthorized uses of my tax dollars, this seems View More ›
I have recently become very interested in what qualifies as terrorism. The problem is, no one really seems to know. There is not a single universal definition of terrorism, terrorist, or View More ›
The conservative Canadian government announced earlier last week that the Royal Canadian Air Force would send six CF-18s, two CP-140 Auroras, and a C-150 Polaris, alongside approximately 600 personnel—most of View More ›
Everyone loves a good pet story, especially when it has to do with the military working dogs. Rebecca Frankel delivers in her new book, War Dogs (St. Martin’s Press). We had View More ›
The rumor mill is cranking away at full speed as academics speculate and North Korean exiles pontificate, but SOFREP got the inside scoop on where this elusive dictator has been View More ›
The following is an excerpt from Violence of Action: The Untold Stories of the 75th Ranger Regiment in the War on Terror. I was fortunate to be able to read View More ›
Phonies are everywhere these days and being a CIA fraud is the best of all because you can always claim that your background is Majestic-12 super-top-secret. “You see, I was a View More ›
A recent Wall Street Journal article by Michael Phillips, which asked whether U.S. soldiers were dying of survivable wounds in Iraq and Afghanistan, has caused a minor uproar in the View More ›
Here’s the transcript of a recent interview I did with Rebecca Frankel, author of War Dogs: Tales of Canine Heroism, History, and Love. Tell us about the piece that you wrote for View More ›