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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Sunday, April 18, 2021

Promotion nixed for Special Forces officer in charge during 2017 Niger ambush, report says | Stars & Stripes

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After a failed mission in Oct 2017, Col. Bradley D Moses who was nominated to become a one-star general’s name was removed from being a nomination. Moses approved the mission which soldiers were ambushed in a remote part of Niger. The soldiers were claimed to be ill equipped. In March, his name was temporarily removed, but on Friday it became a permanent removal.

Source: https://www.stripes.com/news/promotion-nixed-for-special-forces-officer-in-charge-during-2017-niger-ambush-report-says-1.631984

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