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Monday, December 5, 2022

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All vets could be eligible for COVID vaccines at VA soon, but supply problems remain the biggest challenge | Military Times

In the mission of making it possible for all veterans and their caregivers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine wherever they are, the House lawmakers have approved new legislation known as the VA VACCINE Act. But supply problems remain the...

Just in: Top Army intelligence official lays out priorities | National Defense Magazine

Lt. Gen Laura A. Potter, deputy chief of staff for intelligence, G-2, has a new mission statement focused on how the Pentagon will train, equip, man, and resource the intelligence community. This new mission statement has shifted the Army’s...

Air Force Special Operations Forces: Readying for a Russia or China War? | National Interest

The Air Force Special Operations Forces have brought its training for major power warfare to the next level. This has made the AFSOC community experience a strategic pivot away from years of counterinsurgency. According to Lt. Gen. James Slife,...

The Scottish mercenary hired to kill Pablo Escobar | BBC News

Hired to kill the Medellin drugs cartel leader in Colombia and one of the wealthiest villains in history, Pedro Escobar, Scotsman Peter McAleese is a Scottish mercenary who was known as the biggest manufacturer and distributor of cocaine in...

Kosovo sends troops to Kuwait on 1st peacekeeping mission; KSF to operate under US Central Command | Military Times

With the mission to help Kuwait in its first-ever international peacekeeping mission, Kosovo Security Force (KSF) has sent a military platoon in the country. A ceremony was held at the army barracks in the capital, Pristina, which is seen...

Are U.S. Special Forces quietly using armed robots? | Forbes

After Dallas police killed a sniper using an improvised bomb on a robot in 2016, armed robots became taboo. Since then, these types of robots were largely kept out of operations.  According to reports, the U.S. Special Forces could...

A radical plan calls for shifting billions to State from Defense | Defense News

In a new report issued by the Center for American Progress, the U.S. security assistance program is called for a radical overhaul. This includes transferring around $7 billion worth of funds from the Pentagon to the State Department. The...

Austin slashes hundreds of volunteer advisory positions | Air Force Magazine

Given the power to appoint, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III have slashed out hundreds of voluntary advisory positions. According to him, the move was due to an unprecedented purge on “the scale of recent changes” to board seats...

Frontline geek squads: SOCOM’s secret weapon | Breaking Defense

Just a year ago, SOCOM still used burned DVDs to solve intelligence-sharing problems, but they have shown interest in one of the most forward-leaning commands on AI and data as well. Today, SOCOM has taken a big leap by...

This salty former Marine corporal now grills generals on Capitol Hill | Military.com

Ruben Gallego, a former Marine turned lawmaker is one of the most high-profile lawmakers on Capital Hills. Particularly, he works on military and veterans’ issues, with his unique background helping him succeed. Gallego was a grunt in the profane,...

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Special Operations Forces soldier describes battle for village in south of Ukraine | Ukrainska Pravda

Special Operations Forces (SOF) have revealed how they freed a village in the south of Ukraine.  In an interview with...

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