Army trainers watch as Iraqi Army recruits train at a military base on April 12, 2015 in Taji, Iraq. Members of the U.S. Army's 5-73 CAV, 3BCT, 82nd Airborne Division are teaching soldiers from the newly-formed 15th Division of the Iraqi Army, as the Iraqi government launches offensives to try …

Former SEAL Carl Higbie: ‘If Hillary Clinton Is the Commander-in-chief, Half the Military Is Gonna Get Out’

The problem is, our allocation of resources and funds to the military is so wasteful,” former SEAL Carl Higbie says. “Overseas in Iraq, I’ve seen – we left Humvees behind, and weapons, and tools. Everything you could imagine. We’ve spent money so poorly that if we had somebody come in there with a business background, like Donald Trump, to help reorganize and make sure we’re allocating the right assets to the right things, we could do three times as much with a third of the money.”

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Navy SEAL Publishes Book on Absence of Victory Under Obama

On May 10 former Navy SEAL 10 member Carl Higbie published Enemies, Foreign and Domestic: A Navy SEAL’s Story. The book highlights the difficulty of winning on the battle under President Obama and the equally daunting task of telling the truth of the enhanced politicization of the military post-George W. Bush.

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Navy SEALs, Pentagon Brass Push Back Against Political, Media Exploitation

When Taya Kyle, wife of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle, fondly recalled her late husband’s humility on Breitbart News Daily Tuesday morning, she was speaking in the context of a New York Times article published over the weekend. The article described a growing rift among current and former Navy SEALs, and Pentagon commanders, over what some denounce as the commercial and political exploitation of the legendary service.

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SEALs Accused of Covering Up Fatal Detainee Abuse in Afghanistan

U.S. soldiers and Navy support personnel mentioned in a Navy criminal investigation report have accused SEAL Team Two members and Afghan policemen of beating several detainees in Afghanistan back in 2012, including one who succumbed to his injuries.

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Abbott Presents Texas Medals of Honor to Heroes Chris Kyle and Ed Dyess

Governor Greg Abbott presented two Texas Legislative Medals of Honor to the families of two great Texas heroes on Wednesday. The families of Army Air Corps Lt. Colonel William Edwin “Ed” Dyess and Navy Chief Petty Officer Chris Kyle accepted the honor from the state of Texas.

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Of Reputations Lost: The New York Times and SEAL Team Six

Over the weekend, the normally stolid New York Times published an almost hysterical screed targeting the operators of the Navy’s SEAL Team Six. The article accused them of a variety of war crimes, including the unprovoked murder of civilians, the summary execution of enemy combatants, the mutilation of corpses and the use of snipers to kill little girls.

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‘Breitbart News Sunday’ on SXM 125: Breitbart News Memorial Day Weekend Special

On Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 7PM to 10PM EST, host Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will be joined by Bretibart News Editor-in-Chief and co-host Alexander Marlow for a special Memorial Day program. They will discuss the importance of commemoration this special holiday and paying tribute to the Americans that have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

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Fox Developing New Drama Set Around First Female Navy SEALs

Fox is developing an action drama that would revolve around the first group of female U.S. soldiers vying to earn a spot in the world’s toughest combat unit, the Navy SEALs, reports Deadline. Arrow co-executive producer Wendy Mericle is writing