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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

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U.S. intelligence claims China wants to steal your DNA | Gizmodo

Billions of COVID-19 tests have been done by people around the world ever since the pandemic started. What if these tests actually steal your DNA? According to Bill Evanina, one of the top federal intelligence officials in the country,...

2 Iranians arrested on suspicion of involvement in explosion in New Delhi | Hamodia News

Two Iranian nationals were arrested by the Delhi Police Special Forces last Saturday because of they might be involved in the bombing near the Israeli embassy in New Delhi. The warrant of arrest was issued upon finding out an...

Here’s what was decided on Navy’s request to train SEALs in Washington’s state parks | The News Tribune

In a 4-3 vote, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has approved U.S. Navy's request to use some of the state’s parks for special operations training. Commission chairman Steve Milner, vice-chair Michael Latimer and commissioners Lucinda Whaley and...

The tip of the spear: Special operations forces and great power competition | FPRI

A few days after the inauguration, where is Biden's administration headed to? Will he strengthen the force against Russia and China, or will he focus on other matters? With everything that Trump has left in the office, the Biden...

The United States smuggled a Russian-made Pantsir air defense system out of Libya: Report | The Drive

In a published report, the U.S. Military is accused of smuggling a Russian-made Pantsir-S1 air defense system from Libya to Germany. In the same report, it was stated that the U.S. took this big move due to fears that...

Taliban shadow governor arrested: Afghan gov’t | XINHUA NET

The Afghan National Directorate for Security has confirmed that the Taliban’s acting provincial governor for Kabul province was arrested in a Special Forces mission. The shadow governor has been named as Mohammad alias Hajji Lala. The arrested Taliban leader...

How the Iran hostage rescue was supposed to go down if it hadn’t ended early in disaster | The Drive

In the early morning of April 25, 1980, U.S. soldiers have attempted to rescue the 52 American hostages, but the mission was canceled, and three helicopters suffered from mechanical failures on their way. Forty years after the Iran hostage...

U.S. judge allows extradition of two men accused of aiding Ghosn escape | Reuters

Despite their flees, U.S. Army Special Forces veteran Michael Taylor and his son Peter Taylor will be deported to Japan after U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani approved their extradition. The two are set to face charges for helping former...

Belarusian special services hailed for thwarting attempts to ‘blow up houses and streets’ | ENG Belta News

In a government meeting on January 28, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko has highlighted the Belarus special services for successfully stopping the ammunition and explosives from blowing up the houses and streets. The people who have carried these things from...

Green Beret killed in gunfight with Jordanian soldier to posthumously receive Silver Star | Task & Purpose

U.S. Army Staff Sgt. James F. Moriarty’s family accepted a posthumous Silver Star medal for him on his birthday. Moriarty was killed in action in 2016 in Jordan while trying to enter a military base. U.S. Special Operations Command...

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Commando Network Coordinates Flow of Weapons in Ukraine, Officials Say | NY Times

Special Operations Forces have substantially increased their assistance to the Ukrainian military.  A covert operation involving Special Operations personnel of...

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