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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Thursday, August 5, 2021

Mayhem

Navy’s Top Admiral Said SEALs Had ‘Character and Ethics’ Issues | Military.com

The Chief of Naval Operations, Adm. Michael Gilday, noted during his speech at the annual Sea Air Space conference in Washington D.C that the special operations community has recently underwent a comprehensive review that found they are spreading themselves...

What we know about the Army Ranger accused of a brutal murder in Washington | Task & Purpose

According to US Army Special Operations Command, the officer charged with murdering security personnel during a brutal attack this month in Tacoma, Washington, had been an Army Ranger for about a year and had recently come back from Afghanistan....

Army Ranger charged in Tacoma security guard’s death | Military Times

Pierce County, WA prosecutors have charged 26-year-old Spc. Patrick Byrne with two counts of first-degree murder, first-degree burglary and two counts of first-degree kidnapping in connection to a woman found dead in the building she was a security guard...

Marine Raider gunny busted to private but no discharge in Green Beret hazing death | Marine Corp Times

Fourth and final Marine Raider on trial for the murder of Army Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar while in Mali has been found guilty of hazing, making a false official statement, conspiracy charges and involuntary manslaughter. Gunnery Sgt....

Soldiers on electric scooter accused of hit-and-run while riding drunk in Seoul | Stars & Stripes

Two American soldiers are being investigated by South Korean officials for allegedly using an electric scooter while intoxicated and then fleeing the scene of a crime in Seoul over the weekend. According to a Yongsan Police Station senior traffic...

Marine Raider ‘betrayed’ Green Beret, lied with SEALs to cover up his hazing death, prosecutors say | Air Force Times

Prosecutors in the criminal case of a Marine Raider say that the accused deceived his teammate. In the June 4, 2017, strangulation killing of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar in Bamako, Mali, Gunnery Sgt. Mario A. Madera-Rodriguez stands accused...

Man sent to federal prison over theft of government property from Fort Bragg | Fayetteville Observer

A retired purchasing agent from Fort Bragg was sentenced to federal prison on Wednesday for directing government connections to specific companies in return for donations and presents for himself and his spouse. Morris Cooper pleaded no contest to stealing...

Retired Army major general reduced to second lieutenant for sex crime conviction | Army Times

After pleading guilty last year in a Virginia court to sexually abusing his daughter while in duty, the defense secretary demoted a retired Army major general to the rank of second lieutenant. Grazioplene, 71, began his military career in...

Court-martial for Marine Raider accused in Green Beret’s death in Mali to begin Monday | Stars & Stripes

Officials confirmed Friday that the court-martial for a Marine Raider convicted of manslaughter and other charges in the 2017 strangling murder of a Green Beret in Mali would commence on Monday at Naval Station Norfolk Virginia. Gunnery Sgt. Mario...

Baked on the range: Canadian soldier allegedly served weed cupcakes to her unit | Military Times

Chelsea Cogswell, a Canadian soldier, will face charges related to serving marijuana-laced cupcakes to her artillery regiment when serving at the cafeteria in 2018. On July 21, 2018, the crime occurred at the Royal Canadian Artillery School in New...

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SAF special ops troopers fast rope off helicopters at F1 pit building in counter-terrorism exercise | CNA Singapore

A training operation led by the Singapore Armed Forces’ Special Operations Task Force (SOTF) was completed at Singapore’s Formula...

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