Let the historical revisions begin!

Nickerson, Michael
May 2010
Esprit de Corps;May2010, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p13
In this article, the author discusses the historical records of the military mission of Afghanistan. He notes that the mission's facilitator enablers unwillingness in their post-career memoirs. He points out that the leader embracing the mission was skeptic of the affair. He predicts that a skeptic may suggest to change its discourse.


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