Debates, about whether the U.S. could have won, who bears responsibility for the loss and whether soldiers’ sacrifice was worth it, are coming.
The Taliban has retaken Afghanistan with lightning speed, forcing Americans to grapple with our 20-year-long tragedy in the war-torn Central Asian nation…
In an op-ed for Salon, retired U.S. Army colonel Gregory A. Daddis criticizes America’s “ritualistic fawning” over veterans, particularly those who openly support military coups and encourage sedition and hatred.
He mentions retired Lt. Gen Michael Flynn as one example of a veteran with anti-Democratic sentiments that detract from the immense sacrifices of the many heroic men and women in our nation’s all-volunteer force.
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