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Special Operations training: Unlocking the secrets
Welcome to the world of special operations training, where ordinary men and women transform themselves into extraordinary warriors.
MIGHTY 25: Retired Marine Corps Major Fred Galvin fights for justice
The 2007 Marine Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) 7 case made news headlines across the country. Standing in the wings…
A conversation with Major Fred Galvin: Modern Marine Raider pioneer and author of ‘A Few Bad Men’
Major Fred Galvin served 27 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, beginning as a 17 year old who rose from the enlisted ranks to become an officer.
Chief Eric Gilmet: A Spec Ops lifesaver’s journey, corpsman history and his toughest school
UAP, Inc. sat down with U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Eric Gilmet, a MARSOC Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsman (SOIDC) and…
4 badass operators you should know more about
The US Army’s premier special missions unit, commonly known as “The Unit,” has participated in several major military operations since…
MARSOC is getting a new commander—here’s what you need to know
The MARSOC (Marine Forces Special Operations Command) Communication Strategy and Operations office has confirmed that current MARSOC Commanding General,
The Marine Corps is moving all of its raiders to the East Coast
Nearly 15 years after the Marine Corps created its own special operations command, the service is no…
Falsely accused Marine commandos were just exonerated
After ten years of silence, the Pentagon has offered a lukewarm confirmation on the exoneration of a group of special operations Marines wrongfully accused of committing war crimes during Operation Enduring Freedom in 2007. Even though it…
The MARSOC driving course is not like your typical day at the DMV
MARSOC — or Marine Special Operations Command — is one of our nation’s most elite fighting forces, as its members are ready to respond to any crisis, anywhere. Their goal is to enhance the overall performance of every operator in an…
7 tips on how to get selected by MARSOC instructors
So, you want to be a United States Marine Corps Critical Skills Operator? Well, that’s really great to hear, but a word of warning to all you would-be Raiders out there: To start this journey, you must go through MARSOC Assessment and Selection.