G.I. Wilson

Palomar College

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Retired Marine Colonel with more that 30+ years of military service, including several combat tours, he teaches for the Administration of Justice Department at Palomar College in San Marcos, California

G.I. Wilson on KCRW

Wars are vastly expensive in blood and treasure. The outcomes are always uncertain, and continued public support is not guaranteed. Witness Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Pros and Cons of Drones

Wars are vastly expensive in blood and treasure. The outcomes are always uncertain, and continued public support is not guaranteed. Witness Iraq and Afghanistan.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Wars are vastly expensive in blood and treasure. The outcomes are always uncertain, and continued public support is not guaranteed. Witness Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Pros and Cons of Drones

Wars are vastly expensive in blood and treasure. The outcomes are always uncertain, and continued public support is not guaranteed. Witness Iraq and Afghanistan.

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