N1466: how a senior British army officer blew the whistle, alleging war crimes by SAS in Afghanistan

A senior SAS officer, known as N1466, exposed potential war crimes committed by SAS units in Afghanistan, leading to a significant investigation after revealing discrepancies in enemy casualties versus weapons recovered, and advocating for a deeper inquiry into these disturbing patterns.

Veteran’s minister Mercer given ultimatum in Afghanistan Inquiry

Johnny Mercer faces a legal ultimatum to disclose whistleblower identities in an inquiry into alleged unlawful SAS killings in Afghanistan, with potential jail or fines for non-compliance.

University of Cambridge’s Wilberforce Society report on allegations of extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces

This report allegations into extrajudicial killings by UK Special Forces in Afghanistan analyses both domestic and international factors and provides key recommendations.

Algorithmic predictions and pre-emptive violence: a review of Professor Anthony Downey’s paper on AI and drones

Downey’s paper explores the ethical implications of AI-driven unmanned aerial systems in modern warfare and their impact on military strategy and human rights.

AOAV calls on Defence Serious Crime Command to investigate General Gwyn Jenkins over allegations of cover-up in SAS extrajudicial killings

AOAV has formally requested the Defence Serious Crime Command to investigate General Gwyn Jenkins for allegedly covering up extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan, as reported by BBC Panorama.

Senior UK General faces allegations of concealing evidence on extrajudicial killings by SAS in Afghanistan

A top British general is reported by BBC to have withheld evidence of alleged extrajudicial killings by the SAS in Afghanistan