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Three former U.S. Army Special Forces members have been sentenced for embezzling funds while deployed as a team in Afghanistan, a report given to Congress stated Tuesday.

Court records show a fourth soldier was sentenced at a separate date from the three referenced in the report, and a fifth soldier is disputing the charge.

The soldiers were accused of taking funds from the Commander's Emergency Response Program, stated the report given to Congress by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.

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A member of the British Army's elite Special Air Service who died alongside a U.S. special operator during a counter-ISIS operation in Syria last year was killed by "the accidental detonation of explosives carried by coalition forces" rather than an enemy IED as the Pentagon initially claimed, according to an investigation by the UK Ministry of Defense.

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U.S. Special Operations Command is weighing the use of nutritional supplements or even performance-enhancing drugs to push the abilities and endurance of its forces beyond current human limits, according to a report from Defense News.

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Army Photo by 1Lt. Tyler N. Ginter

U.S. special operations could be getting some ultra-stealthy new wheels.

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