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The Navy SEALs Don't Have a Disciplinary Problem: Official
One of the Navy's top leaders says alleged misconduct in the special warfare ranks is not indicative of a wider problem.
Special Forces Legend Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow Dies at 83
Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow became a legendary Special Forces officer, revered by many in the community of Green Berets.
Trump Awards Medal of Honor to His Own Secret Service Agent
The most recent recipient of the Medal of Honor is fighting stage 4 lung cancer.
Lethality Task Force Lead: Marine and Army Grunts Should Train Like Rangers
The director of the Close Combat Lethality Task Force wants to make sure infantry squads approach training like the Rangers.
Special Ops Troops May Get Their Own Tactical Electric Scooter
The DS EZ Raider can travel at up to 43 miles per hour on any kind of terrain and is light enough to take on a tandem jump.
'Expecting Casualties:' How Airmen Created the Incredible Thai Cave Rescue Plan
For a rescue attempt like this, with children trapped deep in an uncharted maze of caves, there was no roadmap.
Army Special Forces Medic Will Get Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Heroism
Ronald J. Shurer II will receive the Medal of Honor, an upgrade to the Silver Star he was awarded for his actions in 2008.
Retired Admiral Who Criticized Trump Leaves Pentagon Board
William McRaven, former head of U.S. Special Operations Command, has left his position at the Defense Innovation Board.
Army Researchers to Track Heat Injuries in Ranger, Airborne Training
Researchers recently began collecting data from 2,000 soldiers in Ranger, Airborne and Basic Combat Training at Fort Benning.
First Female Enlisted Soldier Earns Army Ranger Tab
A U.S. Army staff sergeant is the first female enlisted soldier to graduate from Ranger School.