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THE HUNT AND CAPTURE OF A CRAZED JIHADIST

In the August, 2010 issue of Soldier of Fortune Magazine, we presented the opposing views on enhanced interrogations, of those adamantly against, and of those hard-core believers in its use. We received a lot of FLAK for presenting the views of those that oppose torture, as well as from those who objected to the pro torture cases we published in Vietnam where some operatives were convinced it worked. But SOF might as well fold when it fears to charge head on with unpopular or controversial views.

RESCUE AIRMEN SMASH TALIBAN TO SAVE “FALLEN ANGELS”

Airmen from Bagram Airfield’s 83rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron performed a daring mountainside rescue 23 April in Kapisa Province, Afghanistan, after an Army helicopter crashed in a hostile Afghan valley.

Bin Laden Watches Himself on TV

DOD Video

Bin Laden in November 2010

DOD Video

Bin Laden Practicing With a Wrinkled Backdrop

Bin Laden Missed a Cue

Bin Laden Practicing Near an Armoire

Video of Usama bin Laden practicing for a videotapes statement in front of an armoire released by the Department of Defense.

Typhoon and Tornado Strikes

Video by NATO Channel

RAF Tornado Strike

Video from NATO Channel

US Navy P-3C, USAF A-10 and USS Barry Engage Libyan Vessels

A U.S. Navy P-3C Orion maritime patrol aircraft, U.S. Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt attack aircraft and guided-missile destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52), engaged Libyan Coast Guard vessel Vittoria and two smaller crafts March 28.

All-American Pilot receives DFC

The All-American Commander presented the Distinguished Flying Cross to Chief Warrant Officer Carlos M. Roman, at Simmons Army Airfield, Mar. 14, for his actions while serving in Afghanistan with the 3rd Combat Aviation Brigade.

Soldiers, Family members and friends gathered to honor Roman, an AH-64D Apache helicopter pilot who now serves with the 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, as Maj. Gen. James L. Huggins, the commanding general of the 82nd Airborne Division, pinned his award.

Special Forces Soldier receives posthumous Medal of Honor

WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Oct. 6, 2010) - The president will bestow the Medal of Honor this afternoon upon the family of Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller, whose actions allowed seven of his Special Forces teammates and 15 Afghan soldiers to escape an ambush kill zone.

Medal of Honor posthumously awarded to Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller

Medal of Honor posthumously awarded to Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller

What is it?

The Medal of Honor is the nation's highest medal for valor in combat that can be awarded to members of the armed forces. Since the medal's creation in 1862, there have been more than 3,400 recipients; more than 2,000 of those were Soldiers.

What has the Army done?

KILL BIN LADEN

DELTA CHASES BIN LADEN IN TORA BORA