Josh Jespersen took down Colorado’s 14ers in record time—on a splitboard
A former Navy Seal testified that his military career ended when he was shot during a mission to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
To stress you out beyond your normal limits with extreme mental and physical challenges to make you worthy of serving with the world’s most elite fighting force. This is the simple principle of the US Navy SEALS. But, don’t confuse simple with easy. Show More Summary
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un is so fearful of being assassinated by U.S. Navy Seals that he will only travel at night and uses cars belonging to his subordinates, The Korea Herald reported. South Korean National Intelligence services told a closed door parliamentary session that Kim Jong Un had...
The Latest on pretrial hearings in the case of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who is accused of endangering comrades by walking off his post in Afghanistan in 2009 (all times … Click to Continue »
South Korea has fast-tracked the plan after a series of missile tests by Pyongyang.
Chris Fussell’s military career taught him that large organizations share one key challenge: getting the right intel to the right places fast enough. During his 15-year tenure in the U.S. Navy, former SEAL Chris Fussell found that the higher his rank, the more sidelined he felt. Show More Summary
Prosecutors want to present evidence that a soldier and a Navy SEAL suffered grievous injuries to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
A man said to be a former Navy SEAL and CIA special agent has been arrested in connection with a drug-smuggling investigation.
Smith, who served 16 years as a Navy SEAL, was awarded a bronze star during his tour in Iraq and a Special Operations Medic of the Year Award
In what looks like vindication for Elon Musk and Tesla’s autopilot software, the National Transportation Safety Board has ruled that a fatal crash involving a Tesla Model S sedan that occurred in Florida last year was the result of human...Show More Summary
Congratulations to former Navy Seal Josh Jespersen for setting a new record for summiting and split boarding all of Colorado’s 14ers in only 138 days – that’s less than 6 months. According to Jespersen’s Instagram, he accomplished this splitboard mountaineering feat in just 138 days, 53 missions, 628 miles, and 260,560? of elevation gain. Show More Summary
The man killed in a Tesla Model S crash in May 2016 wasn't heeding Tesla's security advice despite being warned by the car numerous times, an in-depth investigation has shown. Former Navy SEAL and Tesla enthusiast Joshua Brown was driving...Show More Summary
Someone sent us their work on Terry Willey, the President of Rolling Thunder Chapter One in Ozark, Missouri. He claims that he was a graduate of BUD/S class 108. He tells folks that he deposited his SEAL Trident in the cremains of a real Navy SEAL, George (Herk) Albrecht with whom Willey claims to have […]
The retired four-star general and veteran Chris Fussell discuss the new book, "One Mission: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams"
The folks at Military Phonies share their work on this fellow Royal Lovejoy who claims to have been a Navy SEAL for seven years, a Vietnam veteran, a recipient of the Navy Cross, well, here Military Phonies outlines his claims according to his uniform; He is wearing the cover of an officer. He is wearing […]
Gov. Paul LePage has authorized a town's flags be flown at half-staff to honor a fallen Navy SEAL. Thirty-eight-year-old Senior Chief Petty Officer Kyle Milliken was being buried at Arlington … Click to Continue »
To spot who they are, have every new hire follow this rule for 90 days. In 2010, I was an executive officer in the Navy, splitting my time between U.S. headquarters and being deployed to an international location. This arrangement proved...Show More Summary
Ben Jackson (a Navy SEAL) and Mary Kuri (a Special Forces sniper) are sent undercover to do reconnaissance by their employer Automatik, a private security company. The company suspects that there is a gun smuggling operation being run out of Morris Flats. Show More Summary
Flags on state buildings around Colorado are lowered in honor of a Navy SEAL who died during a parachute demonstration over the Hudson River. Special Warfare Operator Remington J. Peters … Click to Continue »