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Those seeking to trivialize institutional racism rely on two dog whistles that are music to the ears of their followers: First, that white men are now ...
Paul Yingling is a retired Army officer. He was Chief of Plans for the U.S. Army's 2nd Infantry Division in the Republic of Korea from 2002-2003.

But as Paul Yingling noted in a guest column at Foreign Policy, McMaster and Cohn made major errors when expressing their realism ...
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 16: National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster answers questions during a press briefing at the White House May 16, ...
And, amid our back-and-forth, Ricks posted a rather damning note he'd just received from retired Lt. Col. Paul Yingling, who was McMaster's ...
In a letter to Foreign Policy's Tom Ricks, retired Lieutenant Colonel Paul Yingling, who served under McMaster in Iraq, appeared to implicitly ...

Here is the response I received from retired Lt. Col. Paul Yingling, who was McMaster's deputy commander in Iraq. By Thomas E. Ricks.
One day in late 2006, Lt. Col. Paul Yingling, deputy commander of H. R. McMaster's 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, attended a ceremony ...
Paul Yingling's excellent column "White privilege, brown children" (Your Turn, Sept. 6) took me back to my youth growing up in a small ...
Paul Yingling is a retired Army officer. He was Chief of Plans for the U.S. Army's 2nd Infantry Division in the Republic of Korea from 2002-2003.
But as Paul Yingling noted in a guest column at Foreign Policy, McMaster and Cohn made major errors when expressing their realism ...
As you may recall, we first met when you were embedded with the 3d ACR in Tal Afar, Iraq in 2005. Sectarian violence had plunged the town ...
And, amid our back-and-forth, Ricks posted a rather damning note he'd just received from retired Lt. Col. Paul Yingling, who was McMaster's ...
In a letter to Foreign Policy's Tom Ricks, retired Lieutenant Colonel Paul Yingling, who served under McMaster in Iraq, appeared to implicitly ...
I asked several officers who know Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, President Donald Trump's national security advisor, how they would advise ...
One day in late 2006, Lt. Col. Paul Yingling, deputy commander of H. R. McMaster's 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, attended a ceremony ...
This week, Paul Yingling challenges our inclination to do just that. By Paul Yingling Best Defense guest columnist. My memories of the Gulf War are small and sharp, like the fragments of a shattered mirror.

Rafael. Joe. Jeffrey. Doug. Joe, Travis. Torre. Rowdy. I say their names, and the day and the place where each died. My memories of their deaths are the small, sharp fragments of shattered lives.
This week, Paul Yingling challenges our inclination to do just that. By Paul Yingling Best Defense guest columnist. My memories of the Gulf War are small and sharp, like the fragments of a shattered mirror.
"America's military men and women swear to support and defend the constitution, including our obligations to adhere to treaties on the treatment of non-combatants," said Paul Yingling, a retired US army colonel. Now a high school teacher in Colorado, ...
"America's military men and women swear to support and defend the constitution, including our obligations to adhere to treaties on the treatment of non-combatants," said Paul Yingling, a retired US army colonel. Now a high school teacher in Colorado, ...
I was moved to this thought by a short essay that Paul Yingling ran in my blog, through the good offices of Paul Edgar. In it, he says that to his surprise, with the passage of time, the less he remembered the narrative, and the more he remembered shards.
This is precisely why Lieutenant Colonel Paul Yingling memorably wrote in 2007 that, in the U.S. military, "a private who loses a rifle suffers far greater consequences than a general who loses a war.
This is precisely why Lieutenant Colonel Paul Yingling memorably wrote in 2007 that, in the U.S. military, "a private who loses a rifle suffers far greater consequences than a general who loses a war.
As Paul Yingling noted last week, accurately contextualizing experience is essential if we hope to remember war productively.
This week, Paul Yingling challenges our inclination to do just that. By Paul Yingling Best Defense guest columnist. My memories of the Gulf War are small and sharp, like the fragments of a shattered mirror.


 

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