Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine.

Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful recruitment of foreign nationals to serve in the Rhodesian Security Forces, during the Rhodesian Bush War (1964–79). During the late 1970’s and the 1980’s, the success and popularity of a military magazine such as SOF led to the proliferation of like magazines such as Survive, Gung Ho!, New Breed, Eagle, Combat Illustrated, Special Weapons and Tactics, and Combat Ready. SOF has been published by the Omega Group Ltd., in Boulder, Colorado. 

More recently, the April 2016 issue of Soldier of Fortune was the final print edition; further editions have only been distributed online.

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Summer 1975 (1st Issue)

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Fall 1976

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Spring 1976

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Summer 1976

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Spring 1977

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1977

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1977

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1978

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1978

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1978

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1978

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1978

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1978

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1979

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1980

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1981

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1982

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1983

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1984

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - Spring 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1985

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1986

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1987

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1988

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1989

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1990

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1991

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1992

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1993

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1994

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - July 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - November 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - December 1995

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - January 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - February 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - March 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - April 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - May 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - June 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - August 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - September 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...

Soldier of Fortune (Digital Magazine) - October 1996

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Soldier of Fortune magazine was founded in 1975, by Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Army Reserve, (Ret.) Robert K. Brown, and a Green Beret who served with Special Forces in Vietnam. After retiring from active duty, Brown began publishing a “circular”, magazine-type publication with few pages, which contained information on mercenary employment. Brown’s small circular soon evolved into a glossy, large-format, full-color magazine. Significant to the early development of SOF was its unprecedented, successful...