Latest "U.S. Special Operations Command" stories
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
The Nigerien soldiers fought in the Oct. 4, 2017, ambush that claimed the lives of four U.S. soldiers and four Nigerien soldiers.
By Kyle Rempfer
While this day always brings back memories of the shock, the loss, the suffering, the resolve, the compassion, and the pride, we ALL shared those feelings. It was the last time in 18 years (almost two decades now) that I remember feeling like a truly UNITED States of America. I long for that feeling again, as I know do many of you.
By Tony Thomas
U.S. Special Operations Command is the organization best prepared to assume leadership of the U.S. government’s paramilitary efforts that are critical to supporting its national interests, the author of this commentary says.
By Douglas A. Livermore