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Saturday, February 11, 2006

Esquire Magazine Nails the War Planners to the Wall

Three cheers to Esquire magazine.

The publication, whose tagline is Man at His Best, delivers an astounding 16-page spread in its March issue. Special Report: The Iraq War, Three Years Later (not available online) contains the following articles:

  • The Best Years of Our Lives - After being stateside for the past year, one Iraq vet catches up with the guys he served with.
  • Ten Numbers on the State of the Iraq-War Veterans - Shows the impact of a conflict that's about to surpass the Korean War in duration.
  • The Monks of War - An interesting piece on Lt. Gen. David Petraeus, Lt. Gen. James Mattis, and Commander on the `Thunder Run' to Baghdad, Gen. William Wallace.
  • What They Were Thinking - My personal favorite; predictions from the prominent war planners in 2003 on how the war would go. Oh, boy...
Read some excerpts at my latest ePluribus Media posting. More...

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