U.S. troops conduct a training exercise in 2003.
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CIA Agents Were On The Ground Before We Invaded Iraq, And They Knew It Was Going To Be A Clusterf*@k
Months before war was declared, a covert team of CIA paramilitaries and Green Berets slipped unnoticed into northern Iraq. They surveyed the battlespace, struck a deal with the enemy — and foresaw the disaster to come.
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This Veteran’s Attempt To Kill Fidel Castro Landed Him In A Cuban Prison
He never spoke to anyone about it after he was released and sent home.
An Air Force U-2 flies a training mission.
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1,000th Pilot Solos U-2 ‘Dragon Lady’ Spy Plane
More than 60 years after its first flight, the venerable spy plane continues to serve in important roles.
Anna Chapman, a Russian spy who was busted in a New York City spy ring, enjoys celebrity status in Moscow.
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6 Spies Who Risked It All For Drugs, Fame, Sex, And Diamonds
These modern-day spies didn’t have strong ideological allegiances, except perhaps to the high life.
Lt. Gen. John Mulholland, the commanding general of the United States Army Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg, spoke to members of the Fayetteville, Fort Bragg and surrounding communities during the opening ceremony at this year's Glory Days Field of Honor outside the grounds of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum Saturday in Fayetteville.
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SOCOM General’s Profanity-Filled Rant At Briefers Led To Investigation
During a briefing Lt. Gen. John F. Mulholland Jr. reportedly swore at briefers and at one point suggested they be shot.