I actually had a lot of respect for the former governor of Minnesota and former Navy SEAL Jesse Ventura when he spoke out as he did back in 2009 against torture and waterboarding, and let Dick Cheney have it during an interview with Larry King. Show More Summary
Taya Kyle, widow to American Sniper Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, is not a fan of Hillary Clinton. In a Boston Herald radio interview Friday, Kyle discussed how Clinton’s careless response to Benghazi proves her lack of leadership skills and empathy for the American people.
Post by Jenny Erikson. Caitlyn Jenner made headlines when she came out as a transgender woman, but did she do it in the right way? While she's gotten a lot of praise for her Vanity Fair cover, there are some people with a big problem with how it was done. Show More Summary
The least likely congressional candidate to ever interest The Washington Post might be a Democrat thinking they can beat Steny Hoyer, the House minority whip from southern Maryland. This completely quixotic campaign can only be interesting...Show More Summary
WALLER, Texas- (June 18, 2015) -Marcus Luttrell, retired Navy SEAL and New York Times best-selling author of Lone Survivor, and Team Never Quit™ (TNQ) announce Team Never Quit ammunition and bagged commercial reloading brass to hit retailers’ shelves nationwide. Show More Summary
On the heels of his Oscar-nominated performance as Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in last year’s hit, “American Sniper,” Bradley Cooper looks to be returning to the war-drama genre. Deadline reports that 22 & Green, Cooper and his "The Hangover" director Todd Phillips' production company, has teamed with Warner Bros. Show More Summary
“If everyone on the Team was like me, what kind of Team would it be?” The above quote is attributed to the Navy SEALs. The question it asks is an important one. Would the Team succeed if everyone was like you? Are you putting your best effort in? Imagine if there was a sign above the door to your dayroom that said, “If everyone on…
The al-Qaeda terrorist group leader was killed on May 2, 2011 in Abbottabad, Pakistan, during a US Navy SEALs special operation. In September 2011 then-consul at the US embassy in Riyadh addressed a letter to bin Laden’s son, Abdullah bin Laden, acknowledging his request for his father’s death certificate.
Miami Dolphins train with the Navy Seals
The Miami Dolphins were scheduled to hold their final practice of minicamp on Thursday, but opted instead for another team-building activity. [Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football is back: Sign up for a league today!] Instead of holding aShow More Summary
Kickball was apparently a little much for the Dolphins, so they found something to toughen them up a bit before training camp. According to Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post, the Dolphins skipped the final day of minicamp to go train with Navy SEALs. Assistant receivers coach Phil McGeoghan revealed the decision on Twitter, and…
We recently sat down to interview Mark Divine of SealFIT. For those who don't know Mark Divine, let me lay it out for you... The man is a former Navy SEAL (graduated #1 in his class), Wall Street C.P.A., Black Belt in martial arts, Yoga...Show More Summary
On the heels of his Oscar-nominated performance as Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in last year’s hit “American Sniper,” Bradley Cooper looks to be returning to the war drama genre. Deadline reports that Cooper's production company with his “The Hangover” director Todd Phillips, 22 & Green, have teamed with Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Bo Reichenbach is a former Navy SEAL who came back from deployment in Afghanistan with an injury... and a dream.
A year after he was ambushed by machine-gun fire in Fallujah, Iraq, Lt. Jason Redman was still missing his nose. The bullets that showered his body also hit his cheekbone, leaving the right side of his face caved in. And he was wearing an eye patch to conceal a crusty and mangled sight. Show More Summary
We rarely raise to the occasion when placed under extreme pressure. We sink to the level of our preparedness and persistence.
If you were hoping to score a peek at Osama Bin Laden's pile of smut, arguably the most salacious stuff collected when Navy SEALs raided his hideout in Pakistan, it looks like you're out of luck: The White House is keeping good on its...Show More Summary
In 2011, one of the most notorious terrorist leaders was killed by U.S. Navy Seals. Osama Bin Laden was killed in his secret Pakistan compound. Many have speculated on different aspects of the government operation, called Zero Dark Thirty. Out of the hundreds of pieces of confiscated items, such as hard drives and Al-Qaida files, […]
This post is originally by Geoffrey Ingersoll. Ever since the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in 2011, the American public and policymakers have taken an intense interest in US Navy SEALs and Military Special Operators in general....Show More Summary