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Well, this week over at Wired , Andrew Exum proposes three military strategies for victory over Georgia ...In another, he recommends Tennessee fall back to a position easier to defend, even though it means ceding his grandmother to the foul Georgians.
Afghanistan (AP) — The U.S. military trainers handed the new recruit, Mohammad Ismail, his AK-47 to defend his remote Afghan village. He turned around and immediately used it, spraying the Americans with bullets and killing two — the latest of nine U.
Paintballing With Hezbollah Is The Path Straight To Their Hearts," says the headline at the Vice.com newssite . In a quest to get to better know members of the Hezbollah militia in Lebanon, four Western journalists and a former U.S. Army Ranger last
12 US Flight Medic specialist Mark Edens (left) from US Army's Task Force Lift "Dust Off", Charlie Company 1-171 Aviation fixes a c-collar for wounded US Marine Joseph Sandoval yesterday. President Barack Obama's advisers are debating a shift in the
Dempsey, the outgoing Army chief of staff, released his official reading list , as is the tradition for military service chiefs...This is the sort of professional education an officer or NCO can get during long waits at the dentist office or from the
Andrew Exum, a former ranger, a fellow at the Center for a New American Security , and the blogger Abu Muqawama has an interesting post about his appearance in Bob Woodward's book Obama's Wars...McChrystal on his assessment of the situation there
If you thought over-produced dance riffs and aggressively sexualized female musicians were exclusive to the Western world, well, we have some good—or, you know, bad!—news for you this afternoon...The Lebanese singer is the focal point of a new
As President Karzai begins his second term, we have a window of opportunity to work together as partners to improve Afghanistan’s government to make it more capable, accountable, and effective so it better serves you, the Afghan people. We seek to
Posted by Raymond on November 25, 2009 From Wired : After the sickening murder of a 9-year-old boy in Washington, our friend Spencer Ackerman made an impassioned plea: U.S. Central Command chief General David Petraeus for D.C. metro police chief .