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‘Harley riding, tequila-drinking Navy SEAL’ nominated to oversee special operations at the Pentagon
If confirmed by the Senate, Louis Bremer would become the Pentagon's first permanent top civilian overseeing special operations since June
US troops completed this brutal workout and shared fake beer in honor of this Navy SEAL
Members of the U.S. Special Operations Joint Task Force stationed in Kuwait conducted a training session dubbed "Chuck Heavy" in honor of a U.S. Navy SEAL who was killed four years ago this week during a firefight with ISIS fighters in Iraq
First Navy SEAL tests positive for COVID-19
Test results on Thursday confirmed that the second-class petty officer, who was training at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, tested positive for coronavirus.
Former Navy SEAL sentenced to 5 years for brutally beating man for no apparent reason
Andrew Judge, a 33-year-old decorated Navy SEAL, was found guilty of second-degree assault for an unprovoked attack on a 58-year-old man who was preparing to return to Illinois.
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
History of Animals in the Military: from Bears to Bees
Everyone knows about Army and Marine Corps dogs and horses. Military history shows us they will try anything once, with...
Court martial begins for SEAL Team 6 operator accused in nude photo scheme
"He was willing to be whoever he needed to be to get those photos."
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.
‘Invisible wounds’ — Navy SEAL’s family pushes for recognition of traumatic brain injuries after his death
Each year in the United States an estimated 1.5 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury, according to the CDC
DoD identifies two airmen killed in Afghanistan plane crash
"Let their legacy of service and ultimate sacrifice be an enduring example for each of us."
A Navy SEAL was promoted to chief petty officer two months after he allegedly killed a Green Beret
The Navy SEAL accused of strangling Army Special Forces Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar was promoted to chief petty officer two months after Melgar's death, according to a new report from The Daily Beast
‘Cowards’ — Eddie Gallagher strikes back at the SEALs who testified against him
"The fight to clear my name is not over," Gallagher says.
‘I made promises to the people that I lost’— How the Iraq war forged a Navy SEAL’s path to Harvard Medical School and NASA
"All of my inspirations for wanting to do good things ... to contribute something positive to the world, was born on the battlefield."
SEAL, Doctor, Astronaut — Navy Lt. Jonny Kim achieves your childhood dreams so you don’t have to
"I think it'll be another occupation where I say, 'I can't believe I'm getting paid for doing this.'"
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
The Navy may be close to getting its first female special ops boat crewmen
Three enlisted women are now in the training pipeline to become special warfare combatant-craft crewmen, small-boat operators frequently teamed with Navy SEALs for infiltration and exfiltration missions
The first woman has made it through SEAL officer screening
However, she ultimately did not opt to go for SEAL training
The US military is testing water-penetrating bullets so Navy SEALs can shoot from underwater
A new weapon being tested by the U.S. military could give special operators a more lethal edge by allowing them to shoot underwater, according to Defense One.
The Navy’s plan to build more SEAL platoons has stalled amid discipline problems
A plan to boost the number of elite Navy SEAL platoons that could deploy across the globe remains in limbo months after the effort was halted by a string of high-profile scandals
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
Pennsylvania man accused of faking record as Navy SEAL, POW to steal $300K in benefits
Meleski claimed he was beaten, shot, and tortured, and that he suffered a TBI while jumping out a window in Beirut and carrying a dead SEAL on his back.
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.
Trump vows the Navy will not revoke Eddie Gallagher’s SEAL trident
President Donald Trump has nixed any effort by the Navy to excommunicate Eddie Gallagher from the SEAL community