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‘My only regret is not doing more’ — Why I reported Eddie Gallagher for war crimes
"Not a single one of us could have imagined that we would have to report a friend and mentor."
Navy won’t investigate Eddie Gallagher after SEAL admits to nursing ISIS fighter to death on podcast
'The Navy reviewed the matter and will not pursue further action.'
Eddie Gallagher now says SEALs intended to kill unarmed fighter and ‘nobody had a problem with it’
'Our intention was to kill him. Everybody was on board.'
Erratic, impulsive, and dangerous: Trump’s legacy as commander-in-chief
A man without a country.
Admiral who led the SEALs during the Eddie Gallagher case headed to Special Operations Command
Rear Adm. Collin Green will be chief of staff at U.S. Special Operations Command.
Eddie Gallagher: Posing with that dead ISIS prisoner was ‘wrong’
In an upcoming 60 Minutes interview, retired Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher — the Navy SEAL who was charged with murdering an ISIS prisoner in 2017 before his acquittal in 2019 — says that it was "wrong" for him to pose for photos with the dead ISIS fighter
Top Navy SEAL admiral who clashed with president over Gallagher case will reportedly retire early
Rear Adm. Collin Green reportedly vowed to resign or be fired rather than not revoke now-retired SEAL Eddie Gallagher of his trident.
Special Operations Command review finds deployment and leadership issues but no ‘systemic ethics problem’
The biggest issue is that SOCOM has been the U.S. military's weapon of choice to fight terrorists and insurgents for the past two decades, and that created a "vicious cycle" in which special operators have become more focused more on deploying than developing leaders, the review found.
‘Cowards’ — Eddie Gallagher strikes back at the SEALs who testified against him
"The fight to clear my name is not over," Gallagher says.
Navy, Marines complete review of JAG Corps ordered after Gallagher trial
A review of the Navy and Marine Corps' legal community — ordered after the court-martial of then-Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher — found ethical and systemic problems in the JAG communities and recommends organizational changes and increased training, senior officers said Friday
Eddie Gallagher has launched a lifestyle brand
Edward Gallagher, the Navy SEAL who was acquitted of war crimes and was pardoned by President Donald Trump, has launched a lifestyle brand
Top White House national security official: ‘Many’ Navy SEALs have Eddie Gallagher’s back
The White House's top national security official defended President Donald Trump's decision to intervene in the case of Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher on Sunday following the publication of new testimony from Gallagher's fellow sailors decrying him as "evil."
‘I saw it happen’ — Navy SEALs recount Eddie Gallagher’s alleged war crimes in their own words
Navy SEALs who were never called to testify in the war crimes trial of Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher told naval criminal investigators about behavior they witnessed, including the alleged stabbing of a wounded ISIS fighter that led to murder charges against Gallagher
US troops will not burn and pillage like Genghis Khan’s hordes as a result of Trump intervening in war crimes cases, Milley says
"We will not turn into a gang of raping, burning, and pillaging throughout ... That is not going to happen."
Pardoning war criminals will hurt US troops deployed overseas. I know from experience
"What I held as the unfathomable moral bedrock of the U.S. military — condoning the worst actors on the battlefield — has now become an acceptable reality"
All the SEAL’s men: How Eddie Gallagher became untouchable
President Donald Trump's extraordinary interventions essentially made Navy SEAL Chief Edward Gallagher, who was convicted of posing with the body of a deceased Islamic State fighter, untouchable, observers said
The ‘Fox & Friends’ host who persuaded Trump to pardon troops accused of war crimes levels a warning at Pentagon leaders
President Donald Trump's decision to pardon or reinstate the rank of three warfighters accused or convicted of war crimes went against the advice of his top military officials, relying instead on the advice of outsiders like Fox News personality Pete Hegseth
Trump reportedly wants Gallagher, Lorance, or Golsteyn to join him on the 2020 campaign trail
Trump say he wanted former Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance, former Army Maj. Mathew Golsteyn, or Navy SEAL Chief Edward Gallagher participate in his rallies
Meet Trump’s new nominee to lead the Navy
A retired rear admiral and naval aviator, Kenneth Braithwaite would replace Richard Spencer, who was fired on Sunday.
SecDef Esper ‘flabbergasted’ by Navy Secretary making secret deal with White House on Gallagher case
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Monday he fired Richard Spencer after learning the Navy secretary had secretly tried to...
There are 3 different stories why Navy Secretary Richard Spencer was fired
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer was unexpectedly fired Sunday night over actions related to Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher, who President Donald Trump cleared of a conviction in a high-profile war crimes trial but has remained in the Navy's crosshairs
Read Navy Secretary Richard Spencer’s fiery final letter to Trump
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer resigned on Sunday at the request of Defense Secretary Mark Esper over "his lack of candor over conversations with the White House involving the handling of Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher," Chief Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman said in a statement
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer fired over handling of Eddie Gallagher’s SEAL trident
Defense Secretary Mark Esper has fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer and ordered that Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher keep his trident
Eddie Gallagher accuses Navy Secretary Richard Spencer of ‘meddling in my case’
"Just recently, we've come up with more evidence that we'll be exposing next week that the secretary of the Navy was actually meddling in my case and trying to get organizations not to support me while I was incarcerated," Gallagher said on a Sunday interview on Fox & Friends.
The Navy secretary and admiral in charge of SEALs could resign or be fired for trying to revoke Eddie Gallagher’s trident
The New York Times first reported on Saturday that Navy Secretary Richard Spencer and Rear Adm. Collin Green had effectively given Trump an ultimatum that could cost them their careers.