Joint Armed Forces Honor Guard Welcome the New President
Soldier Charged with Conspiring wIth ISIS to Attack US Troops
Army PFC Bridges is charged with giving military advice and guidance on how to kill fellow soldiers to ISIS.
Future Secretaries of Defense Should Take a Cue from Chris Miller
Acting SecDef Miller will be replaced under the new administration, but his successors would be wise to take a few pages out of his playbook.
2,000 National Guard Soldiers Sworn in As Special Deputy U.S. Marshals
Two thousand National Guard soldiers have been deputized as Special Deputy U.S. Marshals to assist law enforcement units at the Capitol.
Airborne, All the Way
Soldiers conduct an airborne operation from an Air Force C-130 Hercules aircraft at Juliet drop zone in Pordenone, Italy, Jan. 13, 2021.
Thirty Years Later, There Are Still No Answers for Gulf War Syndrome
It is estimated that 250,000 veterans of Operation Desert Storm suffer from Gulf War Syndrome. Thirty years on and there is still no cure.
Why Combat Medics Are the Best Humanity Has to Offer
Combat medics and corpsmen embody a unique form of ‘egotistical utilitarianism,’ a trait that has tremendous benefits for the collective.
NRA Bankrupt? Or Is It Escape From New York?
The NRA has filed for bankruptcy and will reorganize in Texas, leaving New York and one of the organization’s chief political adversaries.
Biden Plans A Slew of Progressive Executive Actions On Day One
The Biden administration is preparing to take a glut of actions on Day One targeting immigration, COVID relief, student loan debt, and more.
The Capitol and the Country Prepare for Wednesday
Flowers hang on the fence in a memorial near the U.S. Capitol building Jan. 17, 2021, in Washington, D.C.
US Finishes Withdrawing Troops From Somalia Ahead of Schedule
With a national election in Somalia less than a month away, analysts say that the removal of American troops couldn’t come at a worse time.
Iran Producing Uranium Metal Has “Grave Military Implications”
“The production of uranium metal has potentially grave military implications,” the foreign ministers of Britain, France, and Germany said.
This Week on SOFREP: POTUS Impeached, the CIA Gets a Surprising New Boss, the Navy Flexes on Iran
Click in and catch up on all the reports and breaking SOFREP stories from this week, January 11th – January 17th.
A Paradigm Shift in U.S. Special Operations
The future of U.S. Special Operations will rely less on brawny door-kickers and increasingly on technologists armed with software.
National Guard Volunteers Head to the Capitol for Crowd Control
More than 100 service members of the Wyoming National Guard have volunteered to support crowd control, communications and logistics in DC.
Green Beret Dies from Non-Combat Incident
7th Special Forces Group has confirmed the non-combat-related death of Warrant Officer John Wirka. The details of his death are unknown.
Islamic State Overruns Nigerian Base, Thousands Forced to Flee
The Nigerian army said in a statement that troops “tactically withdrew” to defend against an attack outside northeastern Nigerian village.
What Colonel Owen Ray’s Case Tells Us About Post Traumatic Stress
Post Traumatic Stress continues to plague our warriors. But as the military and medicine search for a path forward, many are left behind.
US Airstrike Kills al-Shabaab Extremist Leader in Somalia
AFRICOM continues to pressure the terrorist group al-Shabaab in Somalia despite the redeployment of troops to other countries in East Africa.
National Guard Overwatch of DC Continues With Operation Capitol Response
Solders of the Pennsylvania National Guard maintain security perimeters near the U.S. Capitol building in the lead up to the inauguration.
Musings on the National Guard Sleeping in the Capitol
For the National Guard sleeping in the Capitol is a luxury compared to regular military life, despite what the public thinks.
Benefits for Guardsmen and Their Families Expanded
President Trump has signed a bill expanding benefits for National Guard soldiers including maternity leave, scholarships and VA home loans.
2,000 National Guard Soldiers Sworn in As Special Deputy U.S. Marshals2
The Best Combat Boots According to Special Operators3
Just about every nation has secret missile platforms hidden in shipping containers4
China’s new long-range cruise missiles are built to be fired from containers on merchant ships5
Green Beret Dies from Non-Combat Incident
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