A US President's "Book of Errors"

Leibstone, Marvin
November 2006
Military Technology;2006, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p6
The author reflects on the security of errors made by U.S. President George W. Bush. An overview of security errors included urging a security scheme that certified military operations against attackers, incorrect handling of post war stabilization in Iraq and making it the top priority for war against terrorism. He proposed the use of money for troops, equipment and training operations and a modern scheme for operational deployments and use of the Special Operations Forces in the Iraq war.


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