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“It was an argument he advanced with the military in his own country about the folly of nuclear war-fighting scenarios: "After two weeks of discussion with the army corps, I asked how you wish to survive a nuclear war if you have no possibility to clean this small piece of nuclear garbage.”
“When they were war-fighting age, they massively protested war.”
“Special Operations Forces allow us to put constant pressure across the entire insurgent network that we're going after," U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti, who heads the coalition's Joint Command that is running the war-fighting effort, told The Wall Street Journal.”
“Their complete disconnect with the actual, proven war-fighting requirements of the state that they serve is embarrassing.”
“Iran's real ability to disrupt the flow of oil lies in its asymmetric war-fighting capacity.”
“One has probably heard of "war-fighting supplementary funds," "supplementary spending bills," etc.”
“Normally, in media accounts, you hear about the Pentagon budget and the war-fighting supplementary funds passed by Congress for our conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
“Autonomy can reduce the total time needed to complete the chain, but let's look more closely to see where autonomy provides significant war-fighting benefits.”
“No doubt the country learned much about such matters as financing war-fighting and trying to win hearts and minds, but most of the lessons are universal ones rather than identifiably American.”
“Its soaring budget hit about $700 billion for fiscal year 2010 (when you include a war-fighting supplemental bill of $33 billion) -- an increase of only4.7% in otherwise budget-slashing times -- and is now projected to hit $726 billion in fiscal year 2011.”
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