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Navy could take away tridents for Eddie Gallagher and other SEALs
Rear Adm. Collin Green, the head of Naval Special Warfare Command, will decide whether to rescind the tridents for Eddie Gallagher and three other SEALs.
Rudy Boesch, legendary Navy SEAL and fan favorite of first ‘Survivor’, dies at 91
Rudy Boesch, the retired Navy SEAL who was one of the first contestants to appear on the reality television show Survivor, has died at 91.
Halloween costumes based on military stereotypes (that are kinda true)
Meet "Sick Call Ranger," "Lost Lieutenant," and more!
4 Navy special operators arrested for trespassing and drunkenly beating a police car in Okinawa
Japanese police on the island of Okinawa arrested four sailors assigned to Naval Special Warfare Command over the weekend in Onna village.
Top Navy admiral upholds sentence for Eddie Gallagher but will let him retire as an E-6
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday upheld the sentence for Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, who earlier this year was found not guilty of allegedly killing an ISIS detainee in Iraq, allowing him to retire at a reduced rank of First Class Petty Officer (E6) rather than being automatically reduced to an E1 in accordance with Navy regulations
Navy SEAL-turned-congressman Dan Crenshaw: We need to stay in Afghanistan just like Germany and Japan to prevent the next 9/11
"We're not explaining that if we let our enemies have the operational space they will commit another 9/11"
Navy vet claims Florida police department broke the law by not promoting him
In a letter, the city argued that Joshua Koop was denied a promotion to sergeant because he's already used the veteran's rule when he received a promotion last year to detective
Former SOCOM chief McRaven: the US is ‘under attack from the president’
Retired U.S. Navy Adm. William McRaven, a Navy SEAL who oversaw the raid that took out Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in 2011, gave a bleak assessment of President Donald Trump and alleged the commander-in-chief was gutting the country of the "nation's principles"
A pair of special ops veterans are attempting a record military freefall from Mount Everest
The Complete Parachute Solutions team includes former Army Special Forces and Navy SEALs, who will be testing a new oxygen system that could be used by current U.S. special operations forces
Fired SEAL Team 7 leaders file IG complaint accusing top SEAL admiral of ‘abuse of power’
Attorney Jeremiah Sullivan claims that Naval Special Warfare Command's senior leaders knew that SEALs were drinking alcohol while deployed, despite General Order No. 1.
FN-SCAR: Is it worth it?
The SCAR rifle is loved by special ops. But it's still not going to replace the M4 for everyone.
Top SEAL says the service’s special operations community has ‘drifted from our Navy core values’
In an Aug. 20 memo, the commander of Naval Special Warfare Command, Rear Adm. Colin Green wrote that "our force has drifted from our Navy core values of honor, courage, and commitment ... due to a lack of action at all levels of leadership."
Navy secretary expands JAG review ordered after the Gallagher fiasco to include Marine Corps
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer's move builds on a review of the Navy's legal system ordered by former Chief of Naval Operations John Richardson on Aug. 1 following the disastrous prosecution of Navy Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Eddie Gallagher, who was acquitted of killing a wounded ISIS fighter but found guilty of posing for an unofficial picture with the man's corpse
Navy drops charges against SEALs accused of abusing detainees in Afghanistan
The four SEALs were accused of abusing bound prisoners alongside Afghan local police
Ex-attorney for Eddie Gallagher says the acquitted SEAL owes him up to $1 million
In the complaint, Texas-based attorney Colby Vokey says Navy SEAL Petty Officer 1st Class Eddie Gallagher is in breach of a contract he signed in October and Vokey is seeking $200,000 to $1 million in damages
Navy SEAL and Marine Raider could dodge sexual assault charges in hazing death of Green Beret in Mali
Instead, Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar died sometime in the early morning of June 4, 2017, after four special operators broke into his room while he was sleeping, taped him up, placed him in a chokehold, then tried to cover up their actions
Navy drops all charges against Eddie Gallagher’s platoon commander
The Navy has dropped all charges against Lt. Jacob X. Portier, the former platoon commander for Special Warfare Operator 1st...
HR rep to replace SAW gunners in all special operations units
Navy SEALs and Army Green Berets are in trouble for their misconduct on and off the field. Here's how we solve it.
Top Navy SEAL: ‘We have a problem’
Green reportedly sent the letter amid a number of high-profile scandals involving SEALs — a community of elite operators numbering less than 2,500 personnel among a force of more than 437,000 active-duty and reserve sailors.
Trump’s nominee to lead the Navy vows to find ‘root causes’ of SEAL misconduct despite empty ethics training review
President Donald Trump's nominee for the Navy's top officer wants to identify the "root causes" of the slew of misconduct that's roiled the Naval Special Warfare community in recent years despite a relatively recent Pentagon review that found "no gaps" in the ethics and professional training for U.S. special operations forces
A Navy SEAL and Marine Raider accused of murdering a Green Beret in Mali are due in court next week
The two special operators are accused of assaulting Special Forces Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, who died as a result.
The Navy reportedly booted SEAL Team 7 out of Iraq after a senior enlisted platoon member allegedly raped a female service member
"Deterioration of good order and discipline" is an understatement
Meet the married Navy vets who made it their life mission to expose stolen valor
When Don and Diane Shipley find out someone claims to be a Navy SEAL or POW, they won't just take their word for it. And when it comes to liars, they take no prisoners
A Maryland man dedicated himself to honoring veterans. He also lied about being a Navy SEAL and POW
Bob Pollock became known as perhaps one of the most dedicated people around Crofton, Maryland committed to honoring those who serve the nation. It only made sense, as the creator of the Two Rivers community monument told neighbors and friends he was a former Navy SEAL and had been a prisoner of war.Except he wasn't
Eddie Gallagher wants to know if you also took photos with enemy corpses
The Navy SEAL who raised nearly $750,000 from a community of supporters to successfully fight war crimes charges in a San Diego court-martial is again asking for the public's help for one more round with the Navy