Joint Special Operations Command

Globe-trotting U.S. special ops forces already deployed to 137 nations in 2017.
Imagine this scenario: you've occupied an office for eight years and now you're about to move out. You know who's going to move in and, by reputation, he's a fellow with a minimal ability to control himself who might conceivably be a danger to others.
With lesbians, gays, and bisexual service members now having equal opportunity protection in the military, one question that I hear all the time in the Special Warfare community is, "How do I work with somebody who is gay, or I think is gay?"
For years, as U.S. military personnel moved into Africa in ever-increasing numbers, AFRICOM has effectively downplayed, disguised, or covered-up almost every aspect of its operations, from the locations of its troop deployments to those of its expanding string of outposts.
President Barack Obama is at last signaling that he may be ready to reverse one of his most foolish and perplexing stances. That is his refusal to strike against ISIS in Syria because it would aid the Assad regime in continuing to exist.
President Obama was right when he said "democracy demands" that all wars must end. Last month, he reaffirmed he wants to move America "off a permanent war footing" in his State of the Union address. Now is the time for senior Pentagon officials to explain the steps they'll take to get us there.
Last weekend, in the midst of all the tumult over the debacle that is the federal government shutdown, came word of these two dramatic US special operations forces raids against jihadist leaders in Libya and Somalia.
With Dirty Wars it is as if Jeremy Scahill is holding up a mirror against the U.S. government's war against al Qaeda and its affiliates across the Middle East and Africa, while inviting us to look into the abyss of its practices.
This is what people think of when they imagine the Joint Special Operations Command, or JSOC, the secretive, uber-elite military
WASHINGTON -- The clandestine American military campaign to combat Al Qaeda's franchise in Yemen is expanding to fight the
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration has intensified air strikes on suspected militants in Yemen in a bid to keep
Before the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound earlier this week, President Obama had experience monitoring a white-knuckles
As al Qaeda showed its true colors over recent years as a mastermind of murder against innocent Muslims, the Bin Laden brand became increasingly debauched. Whoever seeks to take his place will largely not be met by a receptive audience.
The Washington Post asked Hersh about his comments after getting a denial from McChrystal that he was a part of the Knights
Obama had something much more conventional in mind: Nation-building, like we tried in Vietnam, cast in the guise of counter-insurgency. McChrystal embraced it. Who knows what he really thought?
The Pentagon has increased its use of the military's most elite special operations teams in Afghanistan, more than doubling
U.S. military teams and intelligence agencies are deeply involved in secret joint operations with Yemeni troops who in the
Yes, Stanley McChrystal is the general from the dark side (and proud of it). So the recent sacking of Afghan commander General