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Retired SEAL: Tracking Special Operators’ Performance May Help Prevent Suicides
Twenty-two U.S. Special Operations Command operators took their own lives in 2018.
As Russia, China Threaten, Navy SEALs Get a New Focus
Naval Special Warfare is increasingly being included in planning for the "great powers competition," Adm. Bill Moran says.
Six Airmen Receive Distinguished Flying Cross for Middle East Rescue
Six airmen received Distinguished Flying Crosses for their actions in support of various tasks against terrorist operations.
DoD Identifies Army Green Beret Killed in Afghanistan
Sgt. 1st Class Joshua "Zach" Beale, 32, died in Tarin Kowt, Uruzgan province, while conducting combat operations.
Pentagon Taps Sig Sauer to Supply Special Ops Units with New Rifle Scope
The Pentagon has selected Sig Sauer's rifle scope and scope mount to for use by U.S. special operations forces.
SpecOps Recruiting Squadron Helps Air Force Combat 'Runaway Attrition'
The service established its first Special Operations Recruiting Squadron last year to find next-generation combat airmen.
JSOC Member Released from Hospital After Being Shot During Training
A soldier who was wounded during pistol training Monday has been released from the hospital, Bragg officials said.
Army's 75th Ranger Regiment Offers $10K Enlistment Bonuses for Some MOSs
The U.S. Army's elite 75th Ranger Regiment is offering bonuses worth up to $10,000 to new recruits.
Three Troops Under Investigation in Death of US Contractor in Iraq, Reports Say
The man, identified by an aunt as Rick Rodriguez, a 20-year Army veteran and Green Beret, was pronounced dead on Friday.
Indicted Lawmaker Defends Navy SEAL Charged with Premeditated Murder
Rep. Duncan Hunter said he is skeptical of the charges brought against a Navy SEAL accused of killing an ISIS fighter.