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Legacies

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On October 9, 2012

My latest at the Diplomat follows up last week’s unpleasantness with a discussion of legacy systems in modern military force structure: In December 1941, it┬ábecame apparent to most world naval

A Quote Doctor?

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In Robert Farley
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On October 5, 2012
John has retreated to the twin bastions of “I’m being misquoted!” [post since revised/removed] and “I was only trying to be provocative!” Of the former: And now I have my own confirmatory example. In my much-denounced post on the utility or otherwise of navies, I argued that, while the US got some benefits from its […]
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