Tuesday Jun 24
Podcast Beyond: The 'Tragedy' of SOCOM's Devs
PlayStation. Does the word send a chill down your spine? Does it caress your senses with wave upon wave of irresistible pleasure? No? Do you like PlayStation? Then you're certainly in the right place.
The Washington Post
Capture of Benghazi suspect thrusts U.S. special operations in Africa into spotlight again
A burnt car is parked at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 12, 2012, one day after an attack by Islamist militants killed Christopher Stevens, the U.S. ambassador to Libya, and three embassy staff.
The Motley Fool
Pentagon Picks Winner of $400 Million SOCOM Contract
The Department of Defense awarded a total of six new defense contracts Monday, worth a total of $201.4 million.
The Special Ops Surge
They operate in the green glow of night vision in Southwest Asia and stalk through the jungles of South America.