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U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden is calling for closer co-operation among special forces units around the world including Canada to fight and contain emerging threats. In an era of persistent conflict when a local flare-up can flash into a
The top military official in charge of Special Operations said studies were under way on how to integrate women into elite U.S. combat forces...William McRaven said female soldiers were already serving in support of Special Operations.
Head of the US Special Operations Command Admiral William McRaven said that Pakistan wasn't informed of the raid because the initial assumption was "How could they not know he was there?" McRaven had personally supervised the May 1 raid on bin Laden'
There has been no evidence that Pak leadership knew of the presence of Osama bin Laden inside their country, a top Pentagon commander has said citing post-raid analysis of the secret operation that killed the most wanted terrorist of the world. Navy
July 31, 2012 The latest national security issue to figure in the presidential campaign has little to do with Iran, Afghanistan or other foreign policy challenges. Mitt Romney is instead focusing on what he and other Republicans allege is the Obama
These days, from Somalia to the Philippines , presidential global interventions are increasingly a dime a dozen; and they are normally spearheaded by those special ops troops backed by CIA or Air Force drones...An ever expanding secret military
7 May 2012 The Obama administration had a backup plan if the Osama bin Laden raid had failed and had drafted a highly lawyered' memo to protect President Obama from potential backlash, according to an official. Former Attorney General Michael Mukasey
The Pentagon's top special-operations chief is proposing changes that would give his command more authority to deploy commando units around the world...William McRaven would give his Special Operations Command more responsibility for deciding where
Prom on the Potomac where 2,000 or so media members and movie stars gather to honor the president and admire one another. It is customary at this "exclusive" congregation for media organizations to compete for the celebrity "get."...Then there was
Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan , Mr. Panetta said that the Bin Laden operation, along with other killings of Qaeda leaders, has prevented them from having the command and control capability to be able to put together an attack similar