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Special Forces Team Mechanic Killed in Niger Awarded Silver Star
Sgt. La David Johnson is credited with displaying gallantry in action and killing several enemy fighters.
SOCOM Must Make These Changes as it Reviews Ethics Problems, Operators and Experts Say
The review is scheduled to run until the fall and will draw on sources from both inside and outside the command.
1st Enlisted Woman to Attempt Air Force Special Recon Training Dropped from Program
The first enlisted woman to attempt the Air Force's special operations weather career field has not been selected to proceed.
Family of Green Beret Killed in Niger Ambush Receives His Silver Star
Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright's family accepted the nation's third-highest award for valor at a ceremony in Santa Claus, Georgia.
Special Forces Unit Member Killed in Niger Ambush Honored for Bravery
The Army recently awarded Sgt. 1st Class Jeremiah Johnson with a posthumous Bronze Star with Valor device.
Investigation to Look into Possibility That Marine Was Killed in Iraq by Friendly Fire
U.S. officials stressed that the investigation will look into all possible causes of death, not just friendly fire.
Trump Orders Navy to Rescind Medals Given to SEAL Eddie Gallagher's Prosecutors
On Tuesday afternoon, Trump took to Twitter, calling the medal awards "ridiculous" and demanding that they be rescinded.
US, British Special Operators Were Killed in Friendly Incident, SOCOM Admits
The deaths of U.S. Master Sgt. Jonathan Dunbar and British Sgt. Matthew Tonroe in Syria were "not by enemy action."
Navy SEALs Kicked Out of Iraq Over 'Deterioration of Good Order and Discipline'
Naval Special Warfare has faced recent troubling discipline problems, including reports of drug use in the ranks.
Colorado Town Honors Army Sergeant, Rallies Around Widow
More than 200 friends and strangers had gathered outside the Costello Street Coffee House to write cards and pray and hug.