Latest "USSOCOM" stories
Polaris is preparing its Arctic kit for the MRZR Alpha as part of a deal with U.S. Special Operations Command to supply lightweight tactical all-terrain vehicles.
By Jen Judson
Gen. Richard Clarke echoed the sentiments of other military leaders, saying it’s clear that the Taliban has not upheld its commitment to reduce violence in Afghanistan.
By Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press
Battling COVID-19, is DoD prepared for an onslaught of disinfo and propaganda from foreign competitors?
Until DoD shifts its paradigm for information, it will continue to lag behind not only China, but also Russia and extremist groups with a more systems level approach to national information strategy.
By Col. Matthew Coughlin and Dr. Paul Lieber PhD
Only one Democratic presidential candidate even superficially made the connection between Afghanistan and the war in other places. Former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke said, “It is time to bring those service members back home from Afghanistan but also from Iraq, also from Yemen and Somalia and Libya and Syria. There is no reason for us to be at work all over the world tonight.”
By Stephanie Savell