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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, August 2, 2021

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Navy SEAL Foundation Tenth New York City Benefit Raises over $10 million | Markets Insider

Over 1500 dedicated patriots and supporters gathered at the New York Marriott Marquis on the evening of April 12, 2018, for the tenth Navy SEAL Foundation New York City Benefit Dinner, a cornerstone of the organization's fundraising efforts. This annual...

Interview with Clay Tippins, Former Navy SEAL, Running for GA Governor | Ammoland

Clay Tippins attended the elite Stanford University on a swimming scholarship. After finishing college instead of taking a high paying job, Tippins joined the US Navy. He would go onto become a Navy SEAL. In 2000 he was discharged from...

Former special forces officer heads changes in Australian military leadership | Jane’s 360

Changes in the senior leadership of Australia’s military have seen a former special forces officer, who later commanded a contentious border security operation, named chief of the Australian Defence Force (ADF). Lieutenant General Angus Campbell will take over his new...

Niger may have arrested militant with ties to ambush that killed 4 US soldiers | Military Times

Niger’s military has detained a suspect who it believes could be the militant leader who was being pursued when an ambush left four American soldiers dead in October, the American ambassador said Tuesday. U.S. Ambassador Eric P. Whitaker told The Associated Press...

Special Forces solider arrested and charged with murdering his wife | Fox 10

Crestview Police say a Sunday evening domestic dispute ended with a 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldier arrested on an open count of murder after he allegedly shot and killed his estranged wife. Officials say officers responded around 6:42 p.m. to...

3RD RECONNAISSANCE BATTALION PLACES IN 2018 MARSOC RAIDER GAMES | Marines

For the first time ever, Marines with 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Marine Division competed in the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command Raider Games on Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, March 18-27, 2018. With little time to gather a team, knowledge...

New centre will host Caribbean special forces units, says Canadian general | Ottowa Citizen

Canada’s top special forces commander says a new centre just opened in Jamaica will be used to provide training for specialized units from around the Caribbean. The Caribbean Special Tactics Centre or CSTC was officially opened at the Jamaica Defence...

Ranger instructors come out on top at Best Ranger competition | Army Times

Two senior NCOs from the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade took top honors at Fort Benning, Georgia, Sunday in the annual Best Ranger competition. Sgts. 1st Class Joshua Rolfes and Anthony Allen bested 50 other two-man teams who competed over three days and...

US and Afghan SOF kill more than 20 ISIS militants in northern Afghanistan | Stars & Stripes

U.S. and Afghan special operations forces killed nearly two dozen Islamic State fighters in northern Afghanistan last week, the U.S. military said. A nighttime raid on Wednesday in Jowzjan province’s Darzab district killed 22 fighters, said a statement released on...

Pentagon acknowledges US contractor presence in Syria for first time | AL-Monitor

The US military is using more than 5,500 contractors in the campaign to defeat the Islamic State (IS) in Syria and Iraq, the Pentagon revealed in a quarterly report this week that acknowledges the use of contractors in the Syrian war...

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Air Force special operations’ next big battlefield: Facebook | Task & Purpose

Most Americans possess a false sense that the contiguous United States could never be invaded, but in a way,...

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