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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, August 2, 2021

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Watch Green Berets demonstrate a lot of cool firepower | We Are the Mighty

When you think about United States Army Special Forces personnel, the Green Berets stand out. We’ve heard the stories of their heroism, ranging Dick Balwanz and ODA 525 surviving against outrageous odds during Desert Storm to the acts of Gary Beikirch during...

Civil Affairs Aids in Shaping Successful SOF Operations at Allied Spirit VIII | DVIDS News

Allied Spirit is a series of U.S. Army Europe-directed, 7th Army Training Command multinational exercises. Allied Spirit VII included approximately 4,100 participants from 10 nations. The CA team from the Michigan-based 415th met with the mayor within the simulated town...

Man nabbed for impersonating elite army commando | Malay Mail

A 26-year-old man was arrested for impersonating an elite army special forces commando at a budget hotel in Larkin Perdana here yesterday. Police came across the suspect during a routine check at the budget hotel at 4.20am where he was...

Amid renewed scrutiny, Erik Prince to host fundraiser for Russia-friendly congressman | CNN Politics

Blackwater founder Erik Prince will host a fundraiser this month for Russia-friendly Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, as Prince faces new questions over a 2017 meeting currently being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller. Prince and Rohrabacher have been friends and...

Air Force Nutritionists Develop Better Diet for Special Operators | U.S. Department of Defense

Air Force special operations forces project airpower onto the battlefield. Dozens of different factors may influence their performance, but there’s one area that can be easily overlooked: nutrition. Airmen from across the United States came to Hurlburt Field to...

U.S., South Korea plan massive joint military exercise to start end of March | NBC News

Annual U.S. and South Korean military exercises could begin as early as the end of this month, say three U.S. defense officials. Foal Eagle, a yearly exercise with the South Korean military, is now scheduled to begin on March 31...

Retired SEAL’s company puts DNA in tattoos | Military Times

Boyd and Wanda Renner used to look at the stars at the same time to feel connected during their long months apart over his 28-year Navy career. Now, the retired SEAL takes a microscopic piece of his wife with him...

One of US Special Operations Command’s Newest Spy Planes Is Hunting Terrorists In Libya | The Drive

With two other mysterious spy planes now retired, U.S. Special Operations Command appears to have fully transitioned to using newer, modified de Havilland Canada Dash-8s for certain discreet persistent surveillance missions. At least one of these planes is already becoming a regular feature over...

The First African-American Navy SEALs | Military.com

Celebrating the contributions of African Americans in military service brings to mind several individuals and units that are well known, like Master Chief Carl Brashear, the Buffalo soldiers, and the Tuskegee Airmen, to name a few. A less well-known, but equally important name...

US Special Forces & Grady Health Train Combat Medics (Multi-Video) | American Security Today

Grady Memorial Hospital is the only civilian hospital in the country that has formed a partnership with the U.S. Army Special Forces to provide additional, formal instruction and preparation for its Green Beret Special Operations Combat Medics (SOCM 18 Delta). As...

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NATO kick-starts training Afghan Special Forces in Turkey | Khaama Press

Afghan Special Forces were reportedly flown to Turkey last Wednesday as part of a NATO sponsored training event. In...

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