Latest "Special-Operations" stories
WWII's "Jedburghs" show how an unconventional take on cross-functional partnerships can operate effectively in politically sensitive environment.
By Nicholas Dockery and Margaret Smith
For the past two decades, radio frequencies were open, and it was uncommon for those deployed to encounter extensive jamming or interception. That’s not the case when facing more advanced adversaries like Russia or China, as opposed to terrorist organizations.
By Todd South
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
Leaders at SOCOM want to give operators a "cognitive advantage" using emerging technologies in preparation for future battles.
By Andrew Eversden