William Caldwell

former Spokesman, Multi-National Forces in Iraq

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Commander of the Army's Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas; former Chief Spokesman and Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategic Effects for the Multi-National Force in Iraq

William Caldwell on KCRW

After America's defeat in Vietnam, the US Army abandoned counterinsurgency doctrine and prepared for a big war with the Soviet Union.

Rethinking the Art of War

After America's defeat in Vietnam, the US Army abandoned counterinsurgency doctrine and prepared for a big war with the Soviet Union.

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