October 28, 2013
'Time' reviews the state of the U.S. Army, and raises some interesting questions (Thomas E. Ricks, October 28, 2013, Foreign Policy)
The Nov. 4 edition of Time magazine has a long look by the estimable Mark Thompson at the state of the Army. It quotes me and other suspects, but the best comment is from Arnold Punaro, about the cost of benefits to the Pentagon: "We're going to turn the Department of Defense into a benefits company that occasionally kills a terrorist."
Posted by Orrin Judd at October 28, 2013 9:19 PM
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