With the holidays approaching, our thoughts turn to spending time with family and friends wherever they may be. Most people can simply hop in the car, board a plane, catch a train, or even walk down the street to see their loved ones. But what if your loved ones are on the other side of [...]
David Goggins is one of the most recognized names when it comes to Navy SEALs. Goggins graduated with Class 235 after completing BUD/S Training. As a member of SEAL Team FIVE located in California, Goggins has had multiple deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. He has also served as an instructor in both close quarters combat and in land warfare.
The roots of the Navy SEALs can be traced to the Amphibious Scouts and Raiders group that was formed and trained for deployment in the Second World War in 1941. These Scouts and Raiders participated heavily in underwater assault strikes during that world war. In the 1950s, an Underwater Demolition Team was deployed for the [...]
In June 2005 the Navy SEALs lost one of their. Daniel Healy, a resident of Exeter, NH made headlines when his helicopter was shot down over Afghanistan during a rescue mission. The death of Daniel Healy was a major loss for the Navy SEALs and for the people of Exeter who looked up to Healy as an inspirational hero.
In very much the same way that private US security firms is providing additional security to private and government organizations operating in high-risk areas such as Iraq and Afghanistan, native Afghan security organizations are proliferating in Afghanistan. These private Afghan security forces usually cater to local Afghan companies working on US-funded projects such as road [...]