Latest "OSS" stories
Robert Kehoe, ‘Jedburgh’ radioman who jumped into Nazi-controlled France after D-Day, has died
Robert Kehoe, a radioman in the clandestine Office of Strategic Services "Jedburgh" teams during WWII, passed away Friday at the age of 98.
By Jared Morgan
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How the Green Berets got their name
U.S. Army Special Forces didn't always wear the green beret - at least not officially.
By Harm Venhuizen
Hail Caesar and the other amazing members of the OSS
Caesar Civitella was an amazing character and, when I knew him, one of a dwindling number of living veterans of the Office of Strategic Services. We spent many hours talking about his exploits, like dropping into France to help the Maquis, or traipsing around Italy with a bunch of gold, searching for Mussolini.
By Howard Altman