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Desire to join military large focus of leaked chats in infamous neo-Nazi forum | Military Times

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A leak of the database for Iron March, a neo-Nazi forum, revealed not only military service members participants but chats about organizing groups within the military. The leaked information included personal information about the users, emails, and IP addresses. “I’m in Marine NROTC [Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps] at the moment so I could bring that training to the table” ... Read More »

Skills for Resistance “Special Forces“units | Deep Green Resistance News Service

Burning gas; Picture of oil production in Nigeria

Underground activists in Nigeria have been working to put an end to the country’s oil production. Pollution has run rampant throughout the country, with oil spills and acid rain harming both the environment and humans alike. Recently, protesters have been attacking infrastructure in an attempt to shut down the business. More skills are needed however to do the maximum amount ... Read More »

Exclusive interview with Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher as Trump poised to intervene in case | Fox News

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Gallagher was interviewed with three fellow special forces operators, former U.S. Army Ranger Mat Best, retired Green Beret Scott Mann, and the former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill, who is credited with killing Osama bin Laden.  All four veterans had been on similar raids and provide fresh insight into how it all went down. “There guys to a man emphasize that the culture inside special operations ... Read More »

Sentences Halved for Blackwater Security Guards Named in Iraq Shooting | RAVEN TRIBUNE

Decorative image of a judge's mallet in the court room

The three former Blackwater security guards convicted of manslaughter involving a shooting in Iraq have had their prison terms slashed by half or more. Each was originally sentenced to 30 years, which have now dropped to 12.5, 14, and 15 years. In 2007 the guards opened fire in Baghdad, killing 14 Iraqis and injuring 17 others. They claim to have ... Read More »

Trump to Restore SEAL Gallagher’s Rank, Dismiss Soldiers’ War Crimes Charges | Military.com

American flag on a court building

President Trump plans to intervene in three cases involving troops accused of war crimes.  Eddie Gallagher, found guilty of posing for a photo with a war casualty and accused of killing an unarmed Islamic State fighter and Iraqi civilians, will have his rank restored.  Clint Lorance, a former platoon commander who is serving a 19-year sentence after being convicted of murdering ... Read More »

Fired Marine Recon Commander Accused of Abuse in Military Charge Sheets | Marine Times


A recon commander, Lt. Col. Zavala, will face an Article 32 hearing for charges of assault, destruction of property, making a false statement, and conduct unbecoming of an officer. While the females name was removed from the charge sheet upon request, the details lead to most believing he assaulted his wife. He is accused of numerous counts of assault throughout ... Read More »

NCIS: Drug ring’s tentacles reached at least 48 service members | Navy Times

Navy ship at sea

An undercover sting resulted in two petty officers being arrested for selling drugs to over 45 other service members. The scope of the operation is still being determined, but the reports indicate that service members depended on the dealers for cocaine, LSD, mushrooms, and MDMA. A military judge sentenced the first officer to 34 months in the brig and a ... Read More »

Another report of special operators behaving badly, this time in Oki | Navy Times


The California-based Naval Special Warfare Command has seen its share of recent scandals, the latest in the series involving service members getting arrested in Okinawa for causing a ruckus at local taverns. At least three sailors, one who was shirtless, demanded information about a “strip bar” and four service members were reported as being “out of control” in a restaurant ... Read More »

CNO won’t let convicted SEAL retire as chief | Navy Times

Gavel on a judge's desk

With a well publicized trial behind him, a recent ruling will not allow Special Warfare Operator Chief Edward Gallagher to retire as a Chief, however, he will be allowed to retired as a petty officer first class.  Convicted of posing for a photo with a dead enemy combatant, Gallagher was cleared of charges including premeditated murder and obstruction of justice ... Read More »

JTF-2 operator pleaded guilty after stealing military gear and selling them online | SpecialOps.Org

Supreme Court of Ottawa, Canada

Cpl. Pedro Collier has brought scandal to the elite Canadian SOF unit JTF-2 after it was discovered that he stole military gear, including gun parts, and sold it online. He pleaded guilty to five different criminal charges and will soon face the consequences. So far, he has been suspended and will spend one year on probation, but the Canadian Armed ... Read More »