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American neo-Nazi soldier accused of planning attack on his own unit

A 22-year-old American soldier is being accused in New York of helping a neo-Nazi group to prepare an attack against its own unit in Turkey,…

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Image Shows Russian Special Forces Using Western Equipment

Russia’s famous Spetsnaz special forces have a long and proud tradition. Until recently their unit identity was wrapped up in distinctly Russian clothing and equipment….

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Army plans to expand roles for elite special and airborne forces known for surgical strikes

Army has proposed to change the way volunteers are selected and trained for special forces under the Parachute Regiment, wants a maximum of 500 personnel…

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NATO leader wants strengthened alliance in face of China’s rise

“NATO does not see China as the new enemy or adversary, but we see that China’s rise is fundamentally altering the global balance of power,”…

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New Zealand military buys five Lockheed Hercules planes for $1bn

The existing fleet of Hercules planes is more than 50 years old and breakdowns have hampered some high-profile missions. New Zealand’s military said on Friday…

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US, Russia conduct first joint patrol in Syria

AL-HASAKAH, Syria The US and Russia conducted on Wednesday their first joint patrols in al-Hasakah, a Syrian province under the YPG/PKK occupation, local sources said….

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US-China accident risk is highest in the South China Sea

SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) – As China and the US trade barbs over everything from trade to Covid-19 to Hong Kong, the two powers are at greater…

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U.S. Africa Command Confirms Russia Deployed Military Fighter Aircraft to Libya, Shares Images

By David Cenciotti | The Avionist Satellite imagery had already shown at least one MiG-29 on the ground in Libya. The U.S. Africa Command has…

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The role of special operations forces in a ‘Great Power Conflict’

Thomas Trask, Mark Clark, and Stuart Bradin  | Military Times Last week, many of our nation’s retired and active special operations forces (SOF) leaders and…

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Protecting the future of the special operations forces enterprise

By Michael T. Hall | Military Times The similarity between special operations forces (SOF) and Dixie Cups is not immediately obvious, but it is a comparison…

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Consequences of Shooting Konarak Vessel by Iran Regime’s Own Military Forces

Ten days after the Iranian regime shot its own “Konarak” vessel during a naval maneuver in the Sea of Oman, new details have been revealed about what is happening behind the scenes daily.  While the regime has not…

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