What is going wrong with the SAS?

The SAS, once celebrated for heroic figures like WWII veteran Major Mike Sadler, now faces severe scrutiny due to accusations of war crimes and misconduct, indicating a significant departure from its esteemed origins to a controversial present.

Navigating the battlefield: a PhD thesis reviews U.S. military discipline and law of war compliance

AOAV reviews Scott Dale Hamm’s doctoral thesis, exploring the U.S. military’s approach to law of war violations and discipline from WWII to the Iraq War, highlighting the challenges and complexities of military justice and ethical conduct.

Accountability and accusations of serious misconduct: who will address the allegations against General Gwyn Jenkins?

The delay in the MOD to address swiftly allegations against General Jenkins raises questions about accountability and the implications of delayed justice.