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In late July, President Donald Trump appointed retired Marine Gen. John Kelly as his chief of staff, suddenly making Kelly the most potent ...
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with retired Gen. ... BLOCK: That's retired Lieutenant General David Barno with American University's school of ...
Gen. Greg Pulver (played by the unrecognizable Anthony Michael Hall, of The ... Yes, it actually was between the general and Lady Gaga.
On May 4, army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley provided a rare public ... He observed that a whole generation of officers has become ...
Now a three-star army general and US national security adviser, General ... Lt. Gen. David Barno, who worked with McMaster on a US Central ...
President Donald Trump's surprise decision to name army Lt. Gen. ... to have an active-duty general serve as the National Security Advisor, ...
President Trump is visiting the Pentagon Friday. Steve Inskeep speaks with retired Lt. Gen. David Barno about Trump's approach to terrorism ...
Trump on Wednesday named retired four-star Marine Gen. ... control of a nation," David Barno, a retired general who once led the US war effort ...
President-elect Trump's pick for Secretary of Defense, retired Gen. James ... David Barno, a three-star general who commanded US troops in ...
Stanley McChrystal, quietly urged restraint, and two former chairmen of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff wrote open letters to mark their disapproval: Gen. ... (Retired) David Barno and Nora Bensahel. ... They've advanced an option to preemptively provide a ...
Perhaps no military officer of his generation better understands this unconventional enemy, and the possible second- and third-order effects of every option now on Trump's desk, than retired Gen. .... David Barno, who commanded all U.S. and allied ...
Like the belligerent Mr Flynn, whom Mr Trump sacked after 24 days in the job, after it was revealed that he had lied about a private conversation with a Russian diplomat, General McMaster appears to conform to the president's idea of a fire-breathing ...
As army Lieutenant General H.R. McMaster has often quipped, "there are two ways to fight the U.S. military - asymmetrically and stupid.
Many federal employees still wonder what direction their agency will head with Donald Trump in the White House - including DoD. Dr.
Lt. Gen. David Barno and Nora Bensahel paint a near-doomsday depiction where young, talented officers are crushed by a blind, uncaring military bureaucracy.
The third was General David Barno (Retired) who was also worked extensively with US forces on counter-terrorism issues in the region.
"President Trump might be looking for something with quicker results, that could put some more options on the table," retired lieutenant general David Barno, who led Coalition Forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, told National Public Radio on Friday.
"President Trump might be looking for something with quicker results, that could put some more options on the table," retired lieutenant general David Barno, who led Coalition Forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, told National Public Radio on Friday.
"President Trump might be looking for something with quicker results, that could put some more options on the table," retired Lieutenant-General David Barno, who led Coalition Forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, told National Public Radio last ...
David Barno, a retired lieutenant-general who once led US forces in Afghanistan, said it would be a major escalation if Trump's administration opted to rely on US troops by putting them into a direct combat role and effectively substitute them for ...
"President Trump might be looking for something with quicker results, that could put some more options on the table," retired lieutenant general David Barno, who led Coalition Forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, told National Public Radio on Friday.
"The last administration had a strategy that was more of an indirect approach, and it was certainly a long-term approach," retired army Lt.
President Trump is visiting the Pentagon Friday. Steve Inskeep speaks with retired Lt. Gen. David Barno about Trump's approach to terrorism and how Trump will be received.
ARCIC Director Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster has laid out a laundry list of equipment gaps in the army today. The service for the first time since World War I does not have a new combat vehicle in development.
But the selection of Mattis for Defense Secretary, in contravention to the required cooling-off period, has given the impression that the military will have far more power in Trump's administration, said retired Lt.
Trump on Wednesday named retired four-star Marine Gen. John Kelly to head the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees several critical areas ... "If you have a significant number of [former military members] in your cabinet, you begin to bring ...
But the choice of Mattis to lead the Pentagon, in breach of the 7-year required cooling-off period, has highlighted the notion that the military will wield far more power in Trump's administration, said retired Lieutenant General David Barno, who ...
"The good news is that he's incredibly competent and knows what wars mean," says retired Gen. David Barno, a three-star general who commanded US troops in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005. "The bad news is that it narrows the field, in my view, of diverse ...
The reason is that while traditionally the newly appointed Defense Secretary gets a quick hearing and expeditious confirmation, all the deputies and assistant secretaries can take months to put in place.
... to promotion boards, other factors that decide an officer's future are mostly subjective and what the boards prioritize seems to be different than what leadership does, said David Barno, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and retired lieutenant ...
Retired army Lt. Gen. David Barno and Nora Bensahel, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, warned in a September report that the Army must "reduce excessive deference to rank and position, reject Army anti-intellectualism and strengthen ethics and ...
... for several weeks because they have so many files to look at," said David Barno, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and retired lieutenant general in the army. He added board members typically don't even look at all of the comments from senior ...
Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley declared "readiness" the Army's top priority. He says forces today are in top shape to fight terrorist groups like the Islamic State, but less prepared to go to war against more sophisticated armies like Russia's or ...
The document was co-authored by Lt. General David Barno, who commanded the US-led force in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, having previously taken part in the US invasions of Grenada in 1983 and Panama in 1988.
"Mr. Trump does not seem to realize that active-duty generals are long-serving, apolitical professionals who do not belong to any one administration or president," said retired army Lt.
"Mr. Trump does not seem to realize that active-duty generals are long-serving, apolitical professionals who do not belong to any one Administration or President," says David Barno, a retired army lieutenant general who commanded all U.S. and allied ...
Exactly one day after that first-ever UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will drop by Turkey to visit "President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Defense ...
Exactly one day after that first-ever UN Peacekeeping Defense Ministerial, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will drop by Turkey to visit "President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Defense ...
I quote in the book a great line from retired Lt. Gen. David Barno, who talks about the military having become a kind of super Walmart, and just as when a Walmart opens up on Main Street, all the little mom-and-pop stores go, "Uh-oh.
"This is just the next step in a long-term U.S. campaign that is evolving with other U.S. partners in the Middle East to slowly grind down ISIS and roll it back from its well-publicized advances in Iraq and Syria," says David Barno, a retired three ...
But while military action is necessary, it isn't sufficient, cautions retired army three-star general David Barno. "Much like al Qaeda, ISIS spews an ideology of extremist beliefs, hate and destruction that in all likelihood cannot be destroyed by ...
... case of Accelerating Success, what should have happened by design instead happened by chance. At the same time I was nominated as ambassador in 2003, President Bush selected a new commander of U.S.
The concept was also recently endorsed by David Barno, a retired army lieutenant general who was the top commander in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, and Nora Bensahel, a defense policy analyst.
Still, Kasich has been the only GOP candidate to consistently beat Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in projected general election matchups, with a Real Clear politics polling average on Wednesday still showing he leads the former secretary of ...
Last week, U.S. Air Force Gen. David Goldfein was nominated to become the next Chief of Staff of the Air Force. His service is coming off a historically unprecedented run, having taken part in combat on a daily basis for the past 15 years while losing ...
Last week, General David Goldfein was nominated to become the next Chief of Staff of the Air Force, becoming the last of the four U.S.
In a new piece at war on the Rocks, retired Lt. Gen. David Barno and Dr. Nora Bensahel, of the school of International Service at American University in Washington, D.C.
"I was surprised to see them do this," retired Lt. Gen. David Barno, who served as commander of US forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, told The Monitor.
"I was surprised to see them do this," retired Lt. Gen. David Barno, who served as commander of US forces in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2005, told The Monitor.


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