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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Michael Furlong
"Most importantly, we saved U.S. and Afghan lives with the 'Force Protection Atmospherics' program," Furlong said in his letter of resignation. "We enabled the separate targeting board process and the Predator operations to be much more successful than they were . or have been since they terminated the Atmospherics program. That is verifiable fact."
Furlong does note that his operation was caught in a grey area of intelligence operations, and he said he welcomed the changes in oversight that had since been put in place.