Saturday, August 25, 2007

Securing Iraq: A Three Part Series Outlines Current Strategy


Tom the Redhunter said...

Good stuff. How did you find them?

I fear that the popular perception is that all we're doing is sending more troops "to do the same thing". False, of course, but hard to combat. The newspapers do such a poor job of explaining strategy.

Have you seen the Pentagon Channel website? I find it invaluable. They post all of the press conferences and most are fantastic sources of information. Transcripts are here

Kat said...

I found the series by accident when viewing some other videos. thought it was interesting.

I do watch the pentagon channel when I can. it has some pretty good information.

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