updated Sun. December 4, 2022
The National Interest Online (blog)
December 8, 2017
The prospect caused the ambassador to South Korea, Jim Laney, and the commander-in-chief US Forces Korea, General Gary Luck, to remind Washington that, before hostilities commenced, the US would need to withdraw non-combatants involved with US forces. That action could well have prompted aÃâÃÂ ...
November 15, 2017
Dr. Laney recalled how he and the U.S. commanding general, Gary Luck, “worked very hard to keep things from blowing up. We refused to allow Washington to build up forces in Korea because we knew that Kim il Sung at that time had said, 'I (Mr. Kim) watched Desert Storm. The United States built up aÃâÃÂ ...
The New Yorker
September 6, 2017
“North Korea is in a position now where its conventional warfare has atrophied over the years and not been modernized much,” the retired General Gary E. Luck, the former commander of both U.S. and U.N. forces in Korea, told me. “But it still has the numbers in its military—because of the type of regime itÃâÃÂ ...
Hopkinsville Kentucky New Era
August 17, 2017
Sheryl Ellis, vice president and general manager for the Kentucky New Era Media Group, was honored Wednesday morning at division headquarters for ... She is the first champion inducted since Robert Carter and retired Gen. Gary Luck in 2015. JESSE JONES is the editor of The Eagle Post. Reach him atÃâÃÂ ...
New York Times (blog)
July 5, 2017
And in the event of the collapse of North Korea, some angry general may decide that if the regime is going down, the United States should pay a price as ... Gary Luck, the former commander of U.S. forces in South Korea, used to say that the result would be 1 million casualties and $1 trillion in damages.
April 25, 2017
In November 2016, General Walter Sharp, former commander of U.S. Forces Korea, stated that if North Korea puts a long-range missile on a launch pad, and .... Gary Luck, told his commander in chief that a war on the peninsula would likely result in 1 million dead, and nearly $1 trillion of economic damage.
New York Times
April 21, 2017
President Trump is scary in many ways, but perhaps the most frightening nightmare is of him blundering into a new Korean war. It would begin because the present approach of leaning on China to pressure North Korea will likely fail. Trump will grow angry at public snickering at the emptiness of his threats.
Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
February 23, 2016
Retired Gen. J.H. Binford Peay, current superintendent at Virginia Military Institute and former commanding general of the 101st during the Gulf War, said it's always "special" to come back to Fort Campbell. This time ... Gary Luck, then commanding general of the XVIII Airborne Corps; Gen. Dick Cody, thenÃâÃÂ ...
The Fort Campbell Courier
July 30, 2015
This year two men from the community, retired Gen. Gary E. Luck and the late Robert Carter, were named Champions of Fort Campbell by 101st Airborne Divison Commanding General Maj. Gen. Gary J. Volesky in a ceremony at Division Headquarters, today. Lorinda Bankhead, chief of protocol for theÃâÃÂ ...