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Army Secretary Says It's OK for Soldiers to Sound Off on Syria Withdrawal
The administration's recent move to endorse a Turkish incursion into Syria sparked outrage among some U.S. Special Forces.
Special Operations Task Force Earns Nearly 50 Combat Awards in One Deployment
Members of a special operations task force distinguished themselves with "exceptional heroism, valor and dedication."
SOCOM Is Using AI to Search for the Ideal MARSOC Raider
Recruiting for military special operations could focus less on aptitude scores and more on a computer algorithm.
1st Female Airman to Earn Ranger Tab Is Now Training for Disaster Response
She made history. Now, she's training to make a difference.
December Trial for Former Green Beret Accused of Killing Bomb-Maker
A former U.S. Army commando will face a trial in December on allegations that he murdered a bomb-maker in Afghanistan.
Former Ranger Ryan McCarthy Hopes to Lead Army Through Human Connection
For nearly two years, Ryan McCarthy has built a reputation as one of the most visible figures in the Army.
Former Army Ranger Announces Bid for New Hampshire Senate Seat
Bryant "Corky" Messner, of Wolfeboro, announced his campaign in an online video Wednesday.
First Female Airman Earns Army Ranger Tab
First Lt. Chelsey Hibsch became the first female airman to earn the coveted Ranger tab on Aug. 30.
Special Forces Team Mechanic Killed in Niger Awarded Silver Star
Sgt. La David Johnson is credited with displaying gallantry in action and killing several enemy fighters.
SOCOM Must Make These Changes as it Reviews Ethics Problems, Operators and Experts Say
The review is scheduled to run until the fall and will draw on sources from both inside and outside the command.