fbpx

The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 19, 2021

Remains of Green Beret missing since 1971 to be buried in Texas | Army Times

Must Read

In special warfare milestone, female enlisted airman to enter combat controller training | Military.com

The US Air Force has reached another milestone as the first female enlisted airman soon will enter training to...

How small wars fit into big ones: Lessons from the masters of irregular warfare | Modern War Institute

For the last 250 years, irregular warfare practitioners have played a crucial role in almost every war. Their experience...

2 snipers set back-to-back records for longest-range kill during the first major battle in Afghanistan | Business Insider

19 years ago, two Canadian snipers were able to set back-to-back records for the longest-range kill during the first...

The remains of a Green Beret from Texas who was missing in action since 1971 have been recovered and a service will be held Friday for the Vietnam War veteran.

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Monday announced the remains of 32-year-old Army Maj. Donald G. Carr of San Antonio are being returned to his family. Burial will be at San Antonio National Cemetery.

Records show Carr on July 6, 1971, was on a reconnaissance flight when the plane crashed during bad weather. A ground team failed to immediately locate the crash site.

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

Latest News

In special warfare milestone, female enlisted airman to enter combat controller training | Military.com

The US Air Force has reached another milestone as the first female enlisted airman soon will enter training to...

- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -