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Raise Concerns About Overstretched Navy
By SOF Staff

Over a hundred retired admirals, and three retired Marine generals have written to Congress, calling for more support for the Navy. The letter comes as the United States is facing what could be a lengthy effort to beat back the terrorist group known as the Islamic State, and address numerous other crises and threats.


SAS DARK OPS: Biker SAS Commandos Take Down Bad Guys
By SOF Staff

When did the British Special Forces Teams go in and how? Where are they operating from? What was their mission statement? Were their Rules of Engagement Loosened up? No one knows exactly but the War Department reports that they are getting the job done and putting the fear of God into the bad guys.

Four weeks of raids being carried out by the famed Special Air Service have left at least 200 jihadis aligned with the terrorist group known as the Islamic State dead. The guerilla-style tactics have reportedly left Islamic State terrorists fearful.

RAF Chinook helicopter, used to move SAS troops on missions.
(DOD photo)


Magazine coupler expands ammunition capacity and saves precious reloading time by joining two magazines for the M16/AR15. Will not scratch or deform magazines.

Soldiers from Company B, 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division fire TOW Missile

Soldiers from Company B, 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division fire the Tube-launched Optically-tracked, Wire-guided Missile System (TOW) at Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany, November 20 during the live-fire portion of the multinational training exercise, Combined Resolve III

Rocket Carrying Manned Soyuz TMA-15M with Trio Destined for ISS Launched Today

23 Nov, 2014
"Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, first Italian female European Space Agency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti and American NASA astronaut Terry W. Virts were blasted into space this evening, November 23rd 2014 at 21:01 UTC onboard their Soyuz TMA-15M Spacecraft thanks to the power of a Russian Soyuz-FG booster from Baikonur in Kazakhstan. They are now in orbit and catching up with their destination - the International Space Station, with arrival set for later tonight at 02:50 UTC.

The Mystery of Jihadi John: Does He Have a Body Double of Two or Three or Many More?

Here we go again, on a mad international manhunt for a Master terrorist. Thirteen years ago it was Osama bin Laden, who was at least well known and identifiable. Maybe. Rumors persisted of Osama doubles emerging worldwide, just as in Iraq Sadaam Hussein doubles were seen everywhere during his decades of tyrannical rule. The world was mobilized because of the shock and extent of the unexpected attacks on 9-11.

Now the chase is on for Jihadi John. In this instance the world was mobilized by a few beheadings of freelancers, whether journalists or aid workers in Iraq.


Apaches Wipe Out Taliban Platoon

Soldiers of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Conduct a Nighttime Airborne Operation

Soldiers of the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) conduct a nighttime airborne operation onto an Eglin Air Force Base Drop Zone November 18th. The soldiers jumped into darkness in order to maintain their proficiency in nighttime infiltration.

Royal Marines Mountain and Cold Weather Combat Training in Norway: Taking the Icy Dip

Royal Marines Take the Icy Dip Preparing for the Arctic


American Law Enforcement Targeting Cartels
By SOF Staff

Members of the United States Marshals Service, the oldest federal law enforcement agency, have been carrying out operations in Mexico while wearing the uniforms of Mexico’s Marine Corps. The operations have been targeting drug cartels that run billions of dollars’ worth of cocaine, heroin, and other drugs into the United States.

According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, the Marshals have sent specialists into Mexico on an average of once every three months. The Marshals wear uniforms of the Mexican Marines, and carry weapons while on those operations. The operations have the approval of the Mexican government, as well as the Mexican Marines and the Marshals Service. U.S. Marshals have high-technology gear that helps Mexican authorities, including aircraft that mimic cell phone towers.