Riding to War With the Rhodesian Mounted Infantry
Since the bush war began in 1966, the Rhodesian mounted infantry played a crucial role in the fig...
A glimpse into the Covert Ops of the Vietnam War
On August 2, 1964, four North Vietnamese patrol boats attacked the destroyer USS Maddox (DD731). ...
Outnumbered by North Vietnamese: The Battle of Long Tan
This is the second part of a series. You can read part one here. The next day, D Company returned...
Against all odds: The Battle of Long Tan
Anyone who loves history comes to learn that it is messy. They must not only accept this realit...
Singapore: A (former) Rabble In Arms
“Rabble we may be, but we are now a rabble in arms…” (The Moon Is A Harsh Mistr...
Singapore: A harsh mistress
It is very warm. It is also humid, but what else would you expect? Singapore is roughly 60 miles ...
American foreign internal defense: Pillars of sand (part 2)
And I discovered that my castles stand Upon pillars of salt and pillars of sand -Coldplay- The Am...
Pillars of Sand: American foreign internal defense (Part 1)
And I discovered that my castles stand Upon pillars of salt and pillars of sand -Coldplay- ...
America’s guide to conspiracy: The Dag Hammarskjöld mystery 55 years on
An aircraft goes down over Africa under “mysterious circumstances.” The secretary g...
Myanmar and China: Secret Little War (Pt. 2)
Myanmar continues to struggle with a corrupt, violent military dictatorship, bitter fighting with...
Wasting the Best and the Brightest: the ASTP Program in World War Two
There was a brief lull in the fighting in the Fall of 1944. Senior German Army officers were at...
ETHIOPIA AGAINST THE WORLD: Twelve Years Under The Bus
“The hour is grave. Arise everyone, take up your arms and rush to the defence of your count...
North Korea & KOJE-do: Lessons Forgotten
On May 7, 1952, the North Korean Senior POW on the Island of Koje-do requested the presence of th...
WAKE: An Island Too Far, Valor Betrayed
I stepped up to the podium and adjusted the microphone. It was Saturday, September 21st, 2013. I ...
A DISTANT GLORY: The Ethiopian Imperial Guard In Korea
The Chinese began to fear the Ethiopians. It wasn’t just that they could never defeat them....
SOF Pic of the Day: Delta Force Operator Clay Othic Saves Puppies In Iraq, Circa 20052
General Milley Steps Down as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General CQ Brown Takes Over3
The Hidden Impact: Long-Term Effects of Blast Exposures and TBIs on Soldiers4
How Wagner’s Decapitation Affect’s Russia’s Africa Operations5
Footage of ISIS Ambushing US Special Forces in Niger
Israel-Iran Shadow War Consequences
How Wagner’s Decapitation Affect’s Russia’s Africa Operations
Frustrated With Western Indecision Ukraine Now Has Its Own Long-Range Weapons Capabilities
NATO Jets on High Alert: Monitoring Russian Activities in Lithuania
Russian Drone Strikes Ukrainian MiG-29 Fighter at Unprecedented Range
Preserving Democracy: The Dangers of Weaponizing the American Legal System
SOFREP Stands With Our Brothers Who Demand Responsibility for ‘Disastrous’ Afghan Departure
Adam Brown: A SEAL’s Life of Courage and Redemption
Complete List: Ticonderoga-class Missile Cruisers To Retire By 2027
Nuclear Close Calls That Nearly Caused World War III