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Topic - H.R. Mcmaster
One of the Army's more famous combatants and intellectual lights turned to a new guidance Wednesday when explaining how to fight a ground war — "Seinfeld."
Two Russian strategic nuclear bombers carried out a fourth high-profile training flight last week, flying near South Korea, where large-scale war games are under way, and near Japan and the U.S. military bases on Okinawa.
A senior Navy intelligence official issued a blunt warning last week that China's growing "hegemonistic" threat to security is destabilizing the Asia-Pacific region.
Who becomes a general — and why — tells us a lot about whether our military is on the right or wrong track.
Some U.S.-trained Iraqis were involved in ethnic-cleansing campaigns against opponents, while other Iraqi forces defected and joined al Qaeda, he said.
Another "wrong lesson" of the past 12 years of warfare is the exaggerated benefit of using proxy military or security forces, Gen. McMaster said.