Robert Killebrew

Center for a New American Security

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Senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security, and study member in the Project on Military Cultures at the Center for Strategic and International Studies; Retired Colonel in the US Army and a former instructor in Military Strategy and Operations at the US Army War College (l992-94).

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Today's  Los Angeles Times  made news world wide by publishing photographs of American soldiers posing with the body parts of Afghans who apparently blew themselves up trying to…

US Troops Pose with Afghan Corpses

Today's Los Angeles Times made news world wide by publishing photographs of American soldiers posing with the body parts of Afghans who apparently blew themselves up trying to…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Today's  Los Angeles Times  published photographs of American soldiers posing with the body parts of Afghans who apparently blew themselves up trying to manufacture explosives.

US Troops Pose with Afghan Corpses

Today's Los Angeles Times published photographs of American soldiers posing with the body parts of Afghans who apparently blew themselves up trying to manufacture explosives.

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After President Obama read the first few paragraphs of Rolling Stone magazine's  profile  of General Stanley McChrystal, it was less than 48 hours before David Petraeus accepted…

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