A left-wing organization with ties to both the Clinton and Obama camps has called for tighter election security in the wake of the Russian tampering probe. So, they want to make it tougher on military personnel stationed overseas from voting. This group has, for years claiming voter suppression and now they want to do the More »
Naval Special Warfare Command
Naval Special Warfare (NSW) is comprised of approximately 8,900 total personnel, including more than 2,400 active-duty Special Warfare Operators, known as SEALs, 700 Special Warfare Boat Operators, also known as Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen (SWCC), 700 reserve personnel, 4,100 support personnel and more than 1,100 civilians.
Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC or “WARCOM”) is a component command of the United States Special Operations Command (US SOCOM). WARCOM is headquarterd in San Diego, Calif. and leads the Navy’s special operations force and the maritime component of SOCOM.
There are increasing reports that Russian military contractors were among those killed when a U.S.-led coalition airstrike wiped out an attack by pro-regime Syrian forces loyal to President Assad. About 500 Syrian and Russian forces attacked a coalition base where U.S. Special Operations troops were advising a Kurdish unit. At least a 100 of the More »
Special Operations Forces are the most highly trained members of the military, both in the United States and among our allies. They are also the most prepared troops to tackle any job, anywhere, anytime… unless it has to do with their own separation from the military. In a startling “SOF For Life” survey conducted and More »
President Trump has been wanting to showcase the military might of the United States in a parade since before he took office. Now his request to have the Pentagon put one together for the July 4th holiday may actually happen. Trump asked the Pentagon to get the ball rolling on plans for a military “celebration,” More »
A Southern California high school teacher and city councilman was taped by one of his students as he went on a profanity-laced tirade about military members calling them “the frickin’ lowest of the low” in a classroom rant to students that has now gone viral. El Rancho High history teacher Gregory Salcido — who also More »
U.S. officials are baffled but pleased that U.S. ships in the Persian Gulf have stopped being harassed by armed Iranian fast boats, military officials from the US Central Command said. The boats for at least two years would dart toward the U.S. vessels as they passed through the Persian Gulf, risking miscalculation, but haven’t done More »
AMVETS, the veterans organization is crying foul and corporate censorship on the part of the NFL after the league rejected its one-page ad for the NFL’s Super Bowl program with the message “Please Stand.” According to an AMVETS spokesman, similar ads were accepted by both the NHL and NBA for official programs produced for their More »
While many people will quickly discount it, there is a growing feeling among many of the nation’s veterans that the average US citizen is so disconnected to the people serving in the armed forces, that they have nothing in common with them. As a result, they are becoming more and more comfortable in only socializing More »
On January 14, 1943, President Franklin Roosevelt, English Prime Minister Winston Churchill met to discuss war strategy in Casablanca, Morocco with Combined Chiefs of Staff and how they wanted to proceed with their war plans. Also invited were representatives from the Free French, General Charles de Gaulle and General Henri Girard. The French were in More »
Photographer Jason Larkin has visited military museums all around the world. And the pictures he’s taken pictures in Egypt, Vietnam, Cuba, and the UK among others shows an intriguing glimpse of how different countries remember their conflicts. They recall scenes from Dr. Strangelove, or Thunderbirds: the photos taken by Jason Larkin have a simplicity and More »