Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi led the shell of what remained of ISIS. Intelligence sources say he was the architect of the terror group's systematic targeting of the Yazidis.
On Silent Professionals, former soldiers can look for work such as "defensive" sniper jobs.
In this episode of Violent Times, we interview Sgt. Paul Cale about state-sanctioned violence.
“If it’s no use worrying, what’s the point of crying?”
Recently engaged in a covert mission in Iraq, Canada’s special forces are contracting private spy advice.
Canada has spent nearly $4 million on training services from the U.S. mercenary firm formerly known as Blackwater.
When specialized (and glorified) units do the dirty work—and sustain the casualties—the normal political constraints on military power are lost.
Special forces, armed drones, and cyberwar are all a part of Ottawa's new defence plan
US Special Forces wants to give doggos performance enhancers for the battlefield.
The ex-military operative—now working as a mercenary—trains Asian military regiments in the Filipino jungle. We caught up to talk survival tips and evasion tactics.
Cory Booker to testify against fellow senator Jeff Sessions for attorney general, Yahoo likely to change its name to Altaba, fear spreads of a crackdown on dissent in Pakistan, and more.