Collateral victims of war in Vietnam and Afghanistan share one thing in common–they’re invisible.
America begins nation building at home–provided your home is in the Middle East.
A jumbo projection won’t fix a failed doctrine of worldwide war.
Military and press estimates are all over the map, but base buildup outpaces the height of the Iraq War.
America outsources its defense goals to surrogates, but proxies have become enemies before.
With a presence in Mexico, Africa, and South Korea, the Pentagon’s new operational theater is global.
The Pentagon brings “Terminator” to life.
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