Jim Hanson

former counter-insurgent operator, US Special forces

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Formerly with US Special Forces, he conducted and controlled operations in more than two dozen countries, including counter-insurgency operations in three Pacific Rim countries; blogger as "Uncle Jimbo" at Blackfive

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With a  new poll  showing Americans split down the middle on what to do in Iraq,  John McCain  and  Barack Obama  went point-counterpoint today on Iraq, Afghanistan and America's role…

Iraq, Afghanistan the the Presidential Candidates

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