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The National Guard soldier is close to completing the qualification course to become a Special Forces engineer sergeant.
The Marine Corps is now consolidating the command by moving all its operators to North Carolina.
The U.S. Air Force may only want a handful of light attack aircraft, but U.S. Special Operations Command appears to want 75.
The Navy admiral who has led the service's most elite special operators will leave his post, Military.com has confirmed.
Struggling with an undiagnosed brain injury, Ryan Larkin died by suicide on a Sunday morning in 2017.
Chief Special Warfare Operator Tony E. DeDolph is charged with murder for allegedly choking Melgar to death.
Gallagher referred to some members of his former platoon as "cowards" and highlighted names, photos and duty status.
SOCOM favors combat missions over leadership development and training, the review found.
Two Army Rangers are alive today thanks to a program that is changing the way blood transfusions are done in combat.
Colon-Lopez sees his mission as being the chairman's "sensor, synchronizer and integrator" to the enlisted force.