Russia says military's "flawless training" on show in Ukraine
President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that his special forces units have followed "orders to the end" in Ukraine.
Ghislaine Maxwell's Elaborate Hideout Strategy Revealed by Security Adviser
Matt Hellyer, an ex-SAS soldier, said a Maxwell lookalike was sent to Paris to act as a media decoy while she was in hiding over Jeffrey Epstein accusations.
Ex-Canadian Solider Says Afghanistan Evacuation 'Was All About Survival'
The former member of a Canadian counter-terrorism unit is credited with rescuing around 100 people from Kabul.
ISIS Spy Who Betrayed Baghdadi Was Under Pressure From Family: SDF Chief
The unnamed informant's family reportedly suffered under Islamic State rule prompting him to seek revenge, General Mazloum Abdi said.
Pete Buttigieg: Trump Foreign Policy Provoking 'Endless War' in Middle East
Buttigieg rejected any proposal to "completely withdraw" troops from the Middle East, and said President Trump's erratic foreign policy is affecting Americans' safety.
Special Forces Soldier Killed a Week After Trump Canceled Taliban Talks
The Taliban said more Americans would die after Trump said he was canceling a secret Camp David meeting aimed at ending America's longest war.
Pentagon Identifies US Special Forces Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
U.S. Army Sergeant First Class Dustin B. Ard, 31, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, died Thursday from wounds he sustained during combat operations in Zabul, a southern Afghan province bordering Kandahar.
Special Forces Soldier Killed As Peace Talks Continue to End Afghan War
An American Speical Forces soldier was killed in Afghanistan Thursday as violence continues throughout the region amid ongoing peace negotiations between U.S. and Taliban officials.
House Bill Could Allow Troops to Sue Military for Medical Malpractice
A new bill in Congress could finally allow U.S. service members to sue the military in cases of medical malpractice.
Russia Cybersecurity Team Deployed in Venezuela: Report
Two Russian air force planes landed near the capital city of Caracas with about 100 soldiers aboard, and U.S. officials believe the group included cybersecurity experts.
An Embattled Special Forces Unit Suffers More Losses
"I'm sad that I'm losing track of all the people I know who have been killed in action. I'm sad and angry," said a former U.S. Army EOD soldier. "I'm sad that he's gone and angry that I can't switch places with him."
Cuba Says U.S. Is Sending Special Forces to Caribbean
Cuba's foreign minister lashed out at the U.S., alleging it is preparing for "military aggression" against Venezuela.
3 Americans Killed in Syria Suicide Bombing Identified
The bombing came just weeks after President Donald Trump declared victory over ISIS and ordered a withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria.
U.S. Soldiers Plead Guilty to Cocaine-Smuggling Attempt
"Suspicion was aroused at the United States Embassy when packages were X-rayed, revealing cocaine within gutted out punching bags," a release from the Justice Department explained.
Israeli Special Forces Assassinate Gaza Hamas Commander
A senior Israeli officer who led the raid was also killed.
Special Forces Medic Braved Enemy Fire to Save Others
A former U.S. Army special forces medic, who saved scores of his fellow service members and Afghan commandos during a fierce firefight in 2008 will receive the Medal of Honor.
Why Are U.S. Special Forces in Farah, Afghanistan?
Afghan General Mohammad Radmanish said elite troops are being sent to the western province that borders Iran.
ISIS 'Blooper Reel' Shows Fighters Failing at Training
Fighters seemed to struggle with the leapfrogging exercises in particular.
Meghan Markle 'Kidnapped' In SAS Royal Terror Training
The future royal took part in a two-day training course run by Britain's SAS special forces to prepare her for worst-case emergency situations.
U.S. Troops Involved in Mission That Killed Somali Kids
U.S. Special Forces and Somali troops killed five people, some of whom were children, during raid last week on a school run by the terrorist militia Al-Shabab.
U.S. Soldier Shot 18 Times as He Fought to the Death
Sgt. La David T. Johnson, of Miami Gardens, Florida, was killed in the line of duty in Niger.
Why's Trump Backing Saudi's Murderous Attacks on Yemen?
War crimes are being committed with America's support.
Have We Been at War with Al Qaeda? Why It Matters
Defining bin Laden's fatwa as a declaration of war suits our Gitmo prosecutors.
Three U.S. Special Forces Soldiers Killed in Niger
The U.S. soldiers were on a training mission with allies from Niger.
Russia Threatens U.S. Special Forces in Syria
Moscow said its own forces had come under fire twice from the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.
Revolution in Syria Against Assad Has Failed. For Now
Assad, Putin and the Iranians backed the winner. The US left the losers to fight for themselves.
Fortress America Won't Stop the Terrorists Reaching US
Our borders should be the last line of defense, not the first.
Getting to the Truth About Our Torture of Suspects
In 2002, suspected terrorist Gul Rahmenwas found dead in his cell in one of the US's 'black detention' sites.
Bogus Truces in Syria Are Handing Assad an Easy Victory
'Reconciliation deals' are farcical shows of forced settlement with support from Russian and Iranian forces.
After a Decade of Delays, Why the Rush for Gitmo Trial?
The defense has been given just four weeks to digest the classified documents that underpin the prosecution.