Monday, April 1, 2013


This video is dedicated by Special Operations Speaks to the four Americans who were left to die and who gave their lives in service to our country in Benghazi, Libya, on that horrific night of September 11, 2012.

We must not allow their sacrifice to be forgotten by our nation or to be ignored by anyone involved for personal political gain. The dark lies, the fabricated cover-ups, and the egregious lack of leadership at the highest levels of our government must be revealed under the brilliant and unfailing lamp of TRUTH.

We owe that truth to the American people and especially to the families of our fallen comrades.

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About SOS Chief Executive Officer - Brigadier General Joseph S. Stringham, US Army (Ret.)
General Joe Stringham retired from active duty after more than thirty-two years of military service, during which time he commanded at every echelon from rifle platoon through brigade. This included command of the 75th Ranger Regiment; three US Army Infantry Battalions, including the 1st Ranger Battalion; and the US Military Group in El Salvador at a pivotal point in the war in that country. He has served at the highest levels of the US Army staff in the Pentagon and as the senior military attaché in the US Embassies in Brazil and Mexico. In the latter, he was the focal point for directing Department of Defense activities associated with the counter-narcotics interdiction effort in these regions. Over half of his military service has been in overseas theaters ranging from East- and SE Asia to the Middle East, Europe, and Latin America. Of particular note is the fact that he has served forty-two months of his thirty-two years with units engaged in close combat. He has numerous decorations for valor in addition to El Salvador’s Medalla de Oro (Gold Medal). General Stringham is an Airborne Ranger Infantryman who, as a Green Beret, organized, trained, and led in combat the first MIKE Force unit (an indigenous rapid-reaction force unit) in Vietnam. The MIKE Force became legendary in US Army Vietnam lore and was featured in the John Wayne movie, “The Green Berets.” He was inducted into the prestigious Ranger Hall of Fame in 1995 and into the Special Forces Hall of Fame in 2010. » Full Bios of SOS Staff