The Medal of Honor’s selection process should not be clouded by base concerns and expediency. This nation’s highest military honor should not be tarnished.
Every once in awhile, you see something that takes you straight back in time. When I ran across American Marauders Pineland collection, it took me right back to my first View More ›
I have been through a lot of training over the years. After a few beers, people sometimes ask about the toughest training I have ever seen. After you read this View More ›
Desperation. Anxiety. Rage. All emotions flowing through my mind and body at once. I could see the sun start to poke up through the thick cover above me. There was View More ›
No other words sum up SFAS (Special Forces Assessment and Selection) more for me, and I’m sure many others would agree. I found out what these words meant and just how important they would become.
The cadre assigned to the start point gave us our countdown and told us to begin. No talking once the event began…
Ever wonder what makes Army Special Forces guys different than most other US SOF elements? If you’ve been a SOFREP reader for a while, you could probably put together a View More ›
“Increase the suck factor!” These words were often heard, repeated, and often felt. The suck factor is an imaginary rating system of how much things suck at any given moment. View More ›
Earlier this month marked the ninth year since one of my buddies from the Special Forces Qualification Course was killed while deployed to Afghanistan. Since I started writing for SOFREP, View More ›
One major perk to writing for SOFREP and volunteering for the Green Beret Foundation has been contacting and staying in contact with new folks in the SOF community. Many of View More ›