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WIN A GRAB BAG OF SOF T-Shirts and Sweatpants!

Try your luck at this great giveaway of discontinued miscellaneous T-shirts, Sweatpants, and other SOF LOGOWEAR in various sizes.

$250 dollar retail value. You will win TWO CURRENT STOCK T-Shirts of your choice and in your size. The rest of the giveaway will be mystery items. If you can't use them, give them to your favorite warrior or veteran's clubs or groups.
Veteran's Day is coming up, find a group to give the remaining to.

BRAVO COMPANY USA'S BCM GUNFIGHTER STOCK

Check out the video and all the specs below. Then go to their website to find out more information.

VIDEO DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME WITH YOUR BUTT STOCK

The next step in performance carbine stocks.  Its been in development for over a year and is being released today by Bravo Company. The BCMGUNFIGHTER Stock Mod 0. The strongest light weight polymer stock for your mil-spec receiver extension is here!

The stock comes with a number of features to make your carbine the best it can be!

MAXSELL'S ASI

Maxsell's ASI model replica is weighed like the original and operates with all the realism of a live firearm. It is perfect for safe training, reenactments, films, and canine training. Used by many military and police organizations for training realistic training scenarios. It features a durable steel alloy frame and polymer outer casing. This redesigned model features a folding shoulder stock.  It fires loud 9mmPA blanks as fast as you can pull the trigger in semi-auto mode. In full-auto mode it fires up to 16 rounds per second. This replica is fed through a 15 or 25 round magazine up through the pistol grip. The loud report of the 9mmPA blank rounds is comparable to live-rounds.

PORTUGUESE NAVY COEMAR FUZILEIROS Fire it Up!!

A small group of advisors, up to 133 joined the coalition in Afghanistan
Portuguese Special Forces are busy fighting piracy in the Gulf of Aden and have been deployed to peacekeeping missions in East-Timor, Lebanon, Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Policing operations include the Baltic States.

POLARIS: SUPER SMALL SIGINT SYSTEM

DRS Unveils Polaris
By Harold Hutchison

Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) brings to mind large, expensive, complicated systems like the RC-135 Rivet Joint (pictured in DOD photo) or satellites orbiting above the earth. However, an electronics firm has now developed a system compact enough to be carried in by a single individual.

CARGO PLANES SCRAPPED IN AFGHANISTAN

Sixteen C-27As Provided as Aid by US Sold for $32,000
By Harold Hutchison

Sixteen Aeritalia G222 cargo planes given to the Afghan military worth almost a half-billion dollars, were scrapped and sold for less than the price of a high-end SUV.

MAXPEDITION MPB XXL™ GEAR BAG

The Xtra-Xtra Large Multi Purpose Bag is built military tough and civilian friendly.

Product Dimensions

  • Overall size: 22"(L) x 12"(W) x 14"(H) 
  • Meets FAA Carry-On Bag Size Requirement.
  • Fits up to 17" (diagonal screen size) laptop computer.
  • Volume: 3000 cu.in. / 50L

MALALA SHARES NOBEL PEACE PRIZE

Drone Operator Who Killed Pakistani Taliban Leader Snubbed
By Harold Hutchison

Malala meets with the President and First Lady.
(White House photo)

Malala Yousefzai, the Pakistani teenager who was shot in the face by members of the Pakistani Taliban for advocating for the education of girls, will share the Nobel Peace Prize with a child advocate from India. However, the UAV operator who took out the leader of the Pakistani Taliban in a November, 2013 strike, remains unrecognized and unidentified.

COULD EBOLA ENTER AMERICA VIA THE BORDER?

SOUTHCOM Commander Raises Possibility in Speech
By Harold Hutchison

Could people infected with the deadly Ebola virus enter the United States via the border with Mexico? The answer could very well be yes, according to the commander of United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM).

Long Live the Nordic Spirit : Norwegian Special Forces Display it's Mystique

SOF Salutes our Norwegian allies who fought along side us in Afghanistan since 2001. Ten were killed, seven by I.E.D.s out of a small contingency that joined ISIF that peaked at 500 Special Forces. Thank you and R.I.P. To those who gave all.
Norwegian Special Forces video "Invaders must Die" by the Prodigy background sound.

HOW TOUGH ARE GIBBS RIFLE MAGAZINES?

FIGHTING RESUMES IN UKRAINE

Pro-Russian Rebels Attack Donetsk Airport
By Harold Hutchison

The cease-fire in the Ukraine may be near collapse as pro-Russian separatists launched an attack on the airport near the city of Donetsk, currently held by Ukrainian forces.

According to a report by the Washington Free Beacon, the airport came under attack from artillery fire. Five Ukrainian government troops  were killed, and some reports indicated that there were civilian casualties yesterday.

GEM-TECH BRINGS YOU TRL...

No... nothing to do with Carson Daly. Instead, it's the Tactical Retention Lanyard.

Designed primarily for law enforcement and mission specific military needs, the Gemtech Tactical Retention Lanyard is a coil-cord lanyard invaluable for prevention of loss of the sidearm during high activity or marine operations. It is usable with any sidearm having a lanyard loop.

Canadians to Join the Fight Against ISIS: Canadian Special Forces,

The Canadians were awesome allies in Afghanistan and began their withdrawal with other allies in 2013. Now they are back to fight I.S.I.S. The U.S. requested that they join the battle against ISIS with combat aircraft, refueling and surveillance missions.
In a close vote (157-134), the Canadian MPs gave the go ahead for a combat mission and launching of airstrikes yesterday. Take a look at these Canadian Special Forces in this Amazing video produced in 2013.

THE STEALTHY BOMBER, THE 2 BILLION DOLLAR B-2 SPIRIT

What the B-2 Has Done, Can Do Now, And Just Might Do Later
By Harold Hutchison

Arguably the most expensive combat aircraft ever built, the B-2 Spirit by Northrop Grumman is perhaps one of the deadliest. The B-2 can deliver 16 2,000-pound GBU-31 Joint Direct Attack Munitions, GPS-guided bombs, and the only warning the target will have is when the bombs hit the target.

Costing $737 million base price and a whopping $2 Billion each when research and development and manufacturing costs are included, the program was halted at 21 aircraft in 1997 – much lower than the planned procurement of 165 airframes. That decision was made even as Northrop Grumman had said it could produce more B-2s at a fly-away cost of $566 million each.