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Fort Campbell, 101st Airborne gets new commander


Fort Campbell, 101st Airborne gets new commander
The Associated Press
March 7
Maj. Gen. JP McGee speaks as the incoming commander of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) during the change of command ceremony, March 5, 2021, at the division parade field, Fort Campbell, Ky. (Spc. Andrea Notter/Army)
FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. — A new commander of the 101st Airborne Division is taking over at Fort Campbell.
Maj. Gen. Brian Winski is relinquishing command of the division and Fort Campbell to Maj. Gen. JP McGee.
A change of command ceremony took place Friday at the sprawling Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line.
Maj. Gen. Brian Winski, the outgoing commanding general of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), speaks during the division change of command March 5, 2021, at the division parade field, Fort Campbell, Ky. (Spc. Andrea Notter/Army)

Legionnaire: Avoid domestic use of military at all costs


Legionnaire: Avoid domestic use of military at all costs
Tom Moore, Adjutant, American Legion Post 86
Feb. 9, 2021
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January 6, 2021 saw one of the darkest moments of domestic history in America. Regardless of your politics, it was a day that, quoting President Roosevelt, “…will live in infamy”.
There have been calls over the last months of President Trump’s term that it may be necessary to remove him through use of the military, or more recently, that the military should have been called out to control the insurrectionists at the Capitol on January 6. I think I can speak for many of my fellow veterans and those on active duty, that this is the last thing that America needed or wanted.

Ball honors Winchester veterans


Ball honors Winchester veterans
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WINCHESTER — Military veterans were honored Feb. 13 during Winchester’s first Veterans’ Ball.
Veterans, dressed in uniform or formal attire, and their guests enjoyed a night of remembrances, speeches, food and dancing.
The evening began with photos, the presentation of the flags, and a walk-in parade before Matt Barber, an Army veteran of the 101st Airborne Division, welcomed those attending.
Going table by table, guests offered toasts to those who have lost their lives in battle, to present military members, and to the wives, friends and family who write letters and send care packages to their deployed loved ones.

Meet the New-Age Strength-Training Tool That Firefighters Swear By


Meet the New-Age Strength-Training Tool That Firefighters Swear By
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A few months ago, the
Los Angeles Timesreported on a Southern California man who was collecting discarded dumbbells from dumps, garage sales and dark corners of the internet, then selling them for absurd profits. He detailed his process with a measure of pride: soak the weights in vinegar, scrub them with a steel brush, spray-paint them black. He sold one $50 pair of weights for $500.
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Mad Max-esque endgame in a world where demand for home fitness equipment has far outpaced the production capacity of a broken supply chain for almost a full year. The dumbbell shortage is real, it’s still going strong, and Americans — unable or unwilling to return to the gym — are paying more for someone’s 30-year-old 10-pound weights than the most respected fitness manufacturer in the country would normally charge them for a pair of

sexual abuse in the military and a visit with the turkish prime minister where syria was at the top of the agenda. but a dark cloud hangs over this white house and critics at a tea party rally are keeping up the pressure. >> this is run-away government at its worst. who knows who they'll target next. >> dan lothian, cnn, washington. this question, are we at a crisis point for sexual assault in the military? in pretty blunt language, the president called the growing number of sexual assaults, shameful and disgraceful and a danger to national security and he ordered a pentagon official to somehow crack down. it comes amid a series of high-profile cases of alleged sexual abuse. here's pentagon correspondent, barbara starr. >> another embarrassment for the u.s. military. this time, at fort campbell, kentucky, home of the 101st

crack down yesterday amid a series of high profile cases of alleged sexual abuse involving service members assigned to prevent those very crimes. pentagon correspondent barbara starr joins us. the situation is bad and seems to be getting worse. >> it is certainly grabbing the headlines. there are a rising number of sex crimes. the president is looking for answers on how to make it stop. >> reporter: another embarrassment for the u.s. military. this time at fort campbell, home of the 101st airborne division. lieutenant colonel darren haas was removed from his job in sexual prevention after being accused of violating a protective order to stay away from his wife. he had sent greetings to his wife while serving in afghanistan in 2010.

disgraceful and a danger to national security. he's ordering officials to crack down amid a series of high profile cases of alleged sexual abuse involving service members assigned to prevent those crimes. here's correspondent barbara star. >> reporter: another embarrassment for the u.s. military. this time at fort campbell, home of the 101st airborne division. lieutenant colonel darren haas was removed from his job in sexual prevention after being accused of violating a protective order to stay away from his wife. he had sent greetings to his wife while serving in afghanistan in 2010. the incident came to light just hours after president obama met with top brass about sexual assault in the military. >> there is no silver bullet to

to distract because he either becomes the object of attack and he wants the conversation to be about the public policy questions. nevertheless, i think he does very much want to see his cause advanced and i would expect that you'll be hearing from him from time to time as he sees opportunities to participate in the conversation. >> barton gelman, thank you for sharing the information. if you want to read the article, and it's fascinating, washingtonpost.com. thank you for being with me this morning. >> thank you. seeing double? two popes at the same time. what's going on? we head live to rome. erin? >> preparations are under way in rome for this pope's very first christmas eve mass. i'll have that and more after the break. hi. my name is major leslie, serving with the screaming eagles 101st

the couple were known for their extravagant christmas displays that brought visitors from miles around. does iran want to be friends again? president hassan rouhani writing an op-ed in a germing newspaper saying he wants to rebuild and improve relations with europe and north america and remove the tensions we have inherited with the united states. rouhani also wrote that his country would never give up its right to nuclear energy. talks over iran's nuclear program are on hiatus for the holidays. perhaps frienemys. >> private first class hunter taylor, these never get boring, of the 101st airborne division surprised his family who weren't expecting him home for the holidays. his mom and grandfather were in on it but his dad and brothers, jacob and jona and josh were

>> you may kiss. >> reporter: miguel marquez, cnn, new york. up next, take a look at this christmas display. see if you notice anything alarming. one person saw this and called police. we'll tell you what happened. hi, everyone. it's captain alita johnson with the 101st airborne division in afghanistan. i'd like to wish my husband geno and kids a merry christmas. i love you, all. i miss you, all. i'll be back in march. merry christmas! ] this store knows how to handle a saturday crowd. ♪ [ male announcer ] the parking lot helps by letting us know who's coming. the carts keep everyone on the right track. the power tools introduce themselves. all the bits and bulbs keep themselves stocked. and the doors even handle the checkout so we can work on that thing that's stuck in the thing.

company c, first battalion air mobile, 501st infantry, 101st airborne division air mobile during search and clear mission near the republic of vietnam on may 21, 1969. after breaching an insurgent perimeter, specialist 4 erevia rendered first aid to several casualties and the rest of the platoon moved forward. as he was doing so, he came under intense hostile fire from four bunkers to his left front. although he could have taken cover with the rest of the element, he chose a retaliatory course of action. with heavy enemy fire directed at him, he moved in full view of the hostile gunners as he proceeded to call from one wounded man to another gathering ammunition. armed with two m-16 rifles and several hand grenades, he charged toward the enemy positions behind the suppressive fire of the two rifles. under very intense fire, he continued to advance on the insurgents until he was near the first bunker.

>> i haven't seen the little man since i've been to the museum. >> reporter: blakey is heading back to the bridge and to normandy to mark 70 years since he and 170,000 troops took that beach and turned the tide of the war. >> we wanted to go home. we wanted to do our duty. we wanted to create a good world and that's what we were trying to do. >> reporter: when blakey comes home from this trip from normandy, he'll return to his new post, the one he has manned for years, where he'll keep their memories and sacrifices going strong. and we can never thank him enough. tomorrow, 70 years to the day, i'll sit down with stephen colbert as he shares his uncle's incredible story of escaping from the nazis in the 101st

they want to make life possible ordinary life for ordinary folks. they do it knowing the danger that this work brings to them. they do it anyway. because they understand that we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give, and they have chose ton make the most remarkable lives, especially for those of us they protect. in 1985 president reagan spoke at a ceremony at ft. campbell in kentucky in tribute to members of the 101st airborne division who had been killed. i want to paraphrase his words because i think he speaks to us and for us today. he said the man we mourn today was a peacemaker. he was there to protect life and preserve peace, to act as a force for stability and hope and

but the region a lot safer. i don't think -- i agree that we have to partner with these folks on the ground in syria. but i don't think the american people are prepared to put boots on the ground and take the casualties that will result. and i think we need to authorize -- >> the 101st airborne division this is about special capability soldiers that leverage up our allies. >> i know but they're in harm's way. and they could get killed -- >> you can't beat them without putting -- >> here's a debate i'm sure we're not going to settle in this sitting. but it's going to be an ongoing conversation. mike thank you for coming. a convicted felon and five-time deport tee admits to shooting and killing a woman on a crowded san francisco pier. so why didn't police turn him over to immigration and customs enforcement months ago?

foreign policy plan and not -- and saying they don't need to know the names of various foreign terror leaders. >> you know, one of the things we know is the very first day, hillary clinton even said this in her speeches, the president -- the next president will be tested. so january 21st, 2017 is a very important day for the next president of the united states. you have to have a good basic understanding of the challenges and the nuances, if you're running around saying we're going to send the 101st airborne division to solve all the world's problems, you have a problem or if you say we're not doing anything at any time, you have a problem. you have to have a nuance understanding of national security. it does drive you crazy when the candidates don't spend the time they need to spend to have a better understanding to engage in this topic. >> when hugh hewitt was talking

without any real national security experience, so to speak. any of the candidates who will be here tomorrow night do they have experience that you think lends itself well to dealing with the problems around the world right now? >> i think a host of them do. the republican party this year has a strong bench of candidates, some have more experience, more engaged, and have performed better, i think, on the campaign trail about talking about some of the difficulties in dealing with really hard problems. you know, the reaction area lines are, i'll do nothing or send in 101st airborne division. the truth of the matter is it's always in the middle to try to do that. there's a bunch of tools in your tool kit to use. these candidates can show they can reassert american leadership and push back onne adversariead. there's a lot of candidates that can do that. >> mike rogers, appreciate it. coming up for us next, let's me see, next in the national league, gone in seconds.

world trade center terrorist attacks in san bernardino and in paris, he was caught a little flat footed in an area that even he had to act knowledge is not his main stream experience, foreign policy an defence policy so part of the shakeup that really matters is not so much the new campaign manager but the new campaign chair, the retired major general who was one of the leaders, i think he was the number two or three one u running the 101st airborne division, a major important guy, a defense adviser to carson for many years is going to be the guy is the chair of the campaign, forward looking public faith of the campaign. so this is his way of saying, yeah, i got to do this a little differently. i go to the make um up some lost ground. >> 29 day, we'll see if he can do i.er roll lewis, thank you so much. >> reporter: thank you. the blue bell ice cream coming back on the shelves to many states this month after a deadly wisteria outbreak. find out why a criminal investigation has been launched against the company that was

the photographers are moving that are the subject of the committee's inquiry. i want to emphasize at the away. the chairman adam schiff is about to begin this historic outset that while i am aware that the committee has requested moment. this is true history unfolding. my testimony as part of years from now we will all be impeachment proceedings, i am reading about this. but here's adam schiff. not here to take one side or the >> good morning, everyone. this is the first in a series of other tore advocate for any public hearings the committee particular outcome of these will be holding as a part of the house's impeachment inquiry. proceedings. my sole purpose is to provide facts as i know them about the with that, they are offered to incidents in question as well as declare a recess at any time my views about this strategic there is a quorum present. importance of ukraine to the here's how we will proceed. i will make an opening statement united states. and ranking member nunes will have an opportunity to make a by way of background, it has statement. been a privilege to serve the then we will go to witness statements and then to country and the people for 50 questions. for audience members, we welcome years, starting as a cadet at you and we respect your interest in being here. west point and infantry with the in turn, we ask for your respect as we proceed with today's 101st airborne in vietnam and a hearing. >> mr. chairman -- member of the senate staff and >> it is the intention of the committee to proceed without department of energy and the state department here and abroad disruptions. >> may i make a parliamentary in afghanistan, iraq, jerusalem, inquire riff? and ukraine. >> what is your inquiry? i retired from the state >> mr. chairman, this is our department if 2009 to join the

serving, the elements of the fbi, the departments of justice and now the state department have lost the confidence of millions of americans who believe that their vote should count for something. it will take years if not decades to restore faith in these institutions. this spectacle is doing damage to our countries. it's nothing more than an impeachment process in search of a crime. and i yield back. >> today we are joined by ambassador william taylor and deputy assistant secretary of state george kent to both of whom are appearing under subpoena. ambassador william taylor served our country for over half a century. he attended u.s. mailtary academy at west point, graduating in the top 1% of his class. before serving as an infantry officer in the u.s. army for six years including with the 101st airborne division in the vietnam

>> today we are joined by ambassador william taylor and deputy assistant secretary of state george kent, both of whom are appearing under subpoena. ambassador william taylor has served our country for over half a century, he attended u.s. military academy at west point, graduating in the top 1% of his class before serving as an infantry officer in the u.s. army for six years including with the 101st airborne division during the vietnam war. a master taylor led a rifle platoon in vietnam and was awarded the bronze star medal and the air medal for valor. following his military service he worked at the department of energy as a staffer in the u.s. senate, as an advisor as well to u.s. ambassador to nato come in the 1990s ambassador taylor coordinated u.s. assistance to eastern europe and the former soviet union and formerly served in afghanistan, iraq, and worked on the middle east peace process. in 2006 president bush nominated him as ambassador to ukraine

rioters to go in the different direction. he draws them toward another room where backup is waiting. >> leave, now. >> reporter: goodman is an army veteran, deploying with the 101st airborne division to iraq. tonight, the 101st airborne division saying, quote, eugene goodman stood in the doorway that day. we see you, eugene. and tonight, a bipartisan group of lawmakers saying that will introduce a bill now to award officer goodman the congressional gold medal, one of the nation's highest honors, to say thank you and to honor his bravery. >> his bravery seen by the nation and by the world. i'll see you tomorrow. good night.

well corroborated with notes and contemporaneous documentation, i think we should expect that the president and his supporters will try to not just attack this testimony but to attack the testifier. they'll try to presumably destroy the reputation of ambassador bill taylor. they'll try to smear him as some sort of democratic partisan. because we know that's how i think they will have to respond to this if past is any prologue, that's what they're going to try to do to him. because i think it might be helpful to note how he introduced himself today, which gives a good brief bio of who he is and where he's been. he says, quote, i've dedicated my life to serving u.s. interests at home and abroad in both military and civilian roles. my background and experience are nonpartisan and i've been honored to serve under every administration, republican and democratic, since 1985. for 50 years i have served this country, starting as a cadet at west point, then as an infantry officer for six years including with the 101st airborne division

little bit hey wire since then in terms of people who are defending the president. i wanted to ask you, though, we felt watching from outside -- the other side of that closed door -- that taylor must have documentation to bolster these assertions that we read in his opening statement. was he able to provide documentation to the intelligence committee? does the state department have that and you have to fight the state department to get it? were you able to get corroborating information from him? >> yeah, that's a great point. in fact, so, it turns out -- it turns out that he's not just a 50-year veteran of both the military and the foreign service. he's not just a former infantry officer who is with 101st airborne division in vietnam, who served in a bunch of hot spots over the world for decades. turns out this guy is a copious note taker. and it turns out that he, responding to a lawful subpoena, came and testified. put a lot of things in quotes. and has turned over his documents to his employer, the state department. they need to release those. if they aren't afraid of the

here's what he testified to today. this is bill taylor. "i have dedicated my life to serving u.s. interests at home and abroad in both military and civilian roles. my background and experience are nonpartisan and i've been honored to serve under every administration, republican and democratic, since 1985. for 50 years i served the country starting as a cadet at west point then as an infantry officer for six years including with the 101st airborne division in vietnam, then at the department of energy, then as a member of a senate staff, then at nato, then with the state department here and abroad in afghanistan, iraq, jerusalem, and ukraine." so, republicans today -- >> yeah -- >> neal, have to decide if that man is lying when he says that aid, military aid, for ukraine, was tied to investigation into the bidens. >> exactly, nicolle. so i think we've heard from other folks in the past, prominent republicans, you know, warning alarms.

country, starting as a cadet at west point, then as an infantry officer including with the 101st airborne division, then at the department of energy, member of senate staff, nato, then with the state department here and abroad, in afghanistan, in iraq, in jerusalem and ukraine. we've seen the president and his supporters are going to go after bill taylor nevertheless as if he's some plant, some democratic partisan, someone they can impugn personally. it is hard to see that working both because of who bill taylor is, but also just because of the gravity of what he has spelled out under oath. quote, on may 28th of this year, i met with secretary of state mike pompeo who asked me to return to kiev to lead our embassy in ukraine. it is a critical time. volodymyr zelensky had just been elected president and ukraine remained at war with russia.

indeed, there has been a george kent sworn to defend the constitution continuously for nearly 60 years. >> it has been a privilege for me to serve our country and the american people for more than 50 years. starting as a cadet at west point, as you have mentioned, mr. chairman, then as an infantry officer for six years including with the 101st airborne division in vietnam. then at the department of energy. then as a member of a senate staff. then at nato. then with the state department here and abroad, in afghanistan, iraq, jerusalem, and ukraine. >> much of the hearing focused on the july 25th phone call in which president trump asked ukraine's president zelensky for investigations into the bidens and our 2016 election. the witnesses also described an effort by trump and his deputies to leverage that country into delivering those investigations if they wanted the promised u.s. military aid to be used in their fight with the russians, by the way. it was against that backdrop that ambassador taylor

101st airborne. bronze star. comes home from the war and spends virtually every day of his life in service to the public. could it be that today was about more to him than defending a phone call? >> absolutely. that was very eloquently stated. it's his whole life's service to this country and to the relationships and partnerships we have with very important countries like ukraine. and i thought that particular segment that you just played was very moving. i did watch the whole thing with you, by the way. you must be very tired too. and i just think it was important for americans to understand that it's always wrong to ask -- to use your public office for private gain. it's especially wrong to ask a foreign government to help you win re-election. but it makes it even triply wrong to withhold military assistance to a country that is at war with russia.

like to separate everybody out and interview them individually to see if stories check out. that, so far in these proceedings, has happened. you've gotten this sea of public servants of various stripes come in and tell their version, their slice of this overall story. though jeremy, i hasten to add, we've watched the republican defense, let's call it, migrate a bit over the past few days. >> the democratic approach is a two-step approach. first they interview the witness in private, then they make public their transcript as that person is preparing to testify publicly. not much of what will be testified to publicly probably will vary from the detailed closed-door depositions. for that reason i think most of the committee members know what to expect. it will lead off wednesday with ambassador bill taylor, army veteran west point graduate served in vietnam, combat in the 101st airborne division, devoted

office that all u.s. public servants do in defense of our an constitution. indeed, there has been a george kent sworn to defend the constitution continuously for nearly 60 years.thns >> it has been a privilege for me to serve our country and the american people for more than 50 years. starting as a cadet at west point, as you have mentioned, mr. chairman, then as an infantry officer for six years including with the 101st airborne division in vietnam.o a then at the department of energy, then as a member of a senate staff, then at nato, then with the state department here n and abroad, in afghanistan, iraq, jerusalem, and ukraine. >> much of the hearing focused on the july 25th phone call in which president trump asked ukraine's president zelensky for investigations into the bidens and our 2016 election.s the witnesses also described an effort by trump and his deputies to leverage that country into delivering those investigations if they wanted the promised u.s. military aid to be used in their fight with the russians, by the way. it was against that backdrop y. that ambassador taylor eventually revealed another

at that moment? >> that's correct. >> how'd that make you feel, sir? >> badly. >> why? >> because it was clear that that commander counted on us. it was clear that that commander had confidence in us. it was clear that that commander was appreciative of the capabilities that he was given by that assistance but also the reassurance that we were supporting him. >> so that right there is a career u.s. diplomat who was on ukraine's front lines while he was aware of trump's decision to hold back military aid from them. back with us tonight a former diplomat who watched every word of today's impeachment hearing. mike mcfaul served as u.s. ambassador to russia in the obama administration. ambassador, there you have bill taylor, west point class of '69, and by the way, you graduate from west point in '69 you know you are headed into a meat grinder. he chooses infantry. he further chooses to go to ranger school. 101st airborne. bronze star.

it will lead off wednesday with ambassador bill taylor, army veteran west point graduate served in vietnam, combat in the 101st airborne division, devoted his life to serving. unasailable public service career and front row seat to that irregular policy channel he described between rudy giuliani, president trump and the ukrainians. he talked with the ukrainians and saw firsthand the impact of withholding that military assistance. >> anita kumar, what don't we know sitting here tonight that perhaps could be answered that we're not expecting along the way in these hearings? >> one of the testimonies or the transcripts that came out today talked a little bit about this, the foreign aid. that's really the big question my colleagues on the hill who are covering this say that we don't know. we don't really know -- we know that the aid was held up. but we don't know exactly who called for that. did the president actually make the call?

up. that's what to look out for as this week gets started. democrats, though, in advance trying to soften the ground. >> ambassador taylor was an infantry officer with 101st airborne division in vietnam, west point graduate. lieutenant colonel vindman earned the purple heart in iraq. these are veterans and credible w witnesses. i hope people read the transcripts, by all means. they're all coming out in public. >> joining us now, as you saw at the top of the show, nbc news white house correspondent, kelly o'donnell, dwhchuck rosenberg a natalie andrews. let's start with you right now, kelly. how is the white house, if at all, reacting to what, as we've been saying all this weekend, just days away from the first public hearing? >> well, the president is reacting on twitter. the president is new york city tonight.

slice of this overall story. though jeremy, i hasten to add, we've watched the republican defense, let's call it, migrate a bit over the past few days. >> the democratic approach is a two-step approach. first they interview the witness in private, then they make public their transcript as that person is preparing to testify publicly. not much of what will be testified to publicly probably will vary from the detailed closed-door depositions. for that reason i think most of the committee members know what to expect. it will lead off wednesday with ambassador bill taylor, army veteran west point graduate served in vietnam, combat in the 101st airborne division, devoted his life to serving. unasailable public service career and front row seat to that irregular policy channel he described between rudy giuliani, president trump and the

president is impeach e ed or ha to be impeached for his actions. argument? >> my reply to that is the president is not above the law. we all hope both sides in that room take the hearing seriously and take the process seriously when a credible member of his own administration, his own and attempt -- maybe i'm being appointees for goodness sakes, when people who have a lifetime naive here -- to not treat it of service to the united states, decorated combat veterans, like a circus. >> thank you for that circus people like today's witnesses bill taylor, the guy served in mention. i get a royalty every time you say that. think about it from the vietnam. he was an infantry officer in standpoint of how the parties are looking at it and not the 101st airborne division, casting prospective aspersions west point grad, that's the same time this president was making on anyone. up bone spurs, this is a person i think you're going to be disappointed. the reality is democrats are who is make -- to have his going to try to be solemn. i think they recognize it is in account weighed. their political interest if we believe the president is a they're trying to persuade citizen like the rest of us, and i'll ask you, who has more americans on the fence about this president, it's good optics credibility, bill taylor in his in a way for there to be gravity lifetime of service, lieutenant associated with this. i don't mean to be cynical about colonel vindman who won the purple heart in iraq, and marie this. they recognize it's in their interests to take this seriously and project a sew lemty, a yovanovit yovanovitch, these other sobriety about it. witnesses or the president of the united states who cares about the constitution and truth republicans do not see it that so much he uses both sparingly.

the american people were promised would pay for this wall? there are no pesos. >> in fact, we learned this week the trump administration is taking $3.6 billion with a "b" dollars away from the pentagon to pay for the wall. in all 127 military projects will suffer both here in the u.s. and at bases around the world. the list as you can see is long. you can find it on the web. it includes scrapping plans for firefighting stations, basic infrastructure. "new york times" highlights this example. quote, for almost two decades, families at fort campbell, the sprawling army base along the kentucky/tennessee border have born the brunt of the war efforts as troops with the 101st airborne division and special operations units deployed to afghanistan and iraq. quote, this week the families discovered they would not get the new middle school they were expecting so that president

there are no pesos. >> in fact, we learned this week the trump administration is taking $3.6 billion with a "b" dollars away from the pentagon to pay for the wall. in all 127 military projects will suffer both here in the u.s. and at bases around the world. the list as you can see is long. you can find it on the web. it includes scrapping plans for firefighting stations, basic infrastructure. hazardous waste facilities. "new york times" highlights this example. quote, for almost two decades, families at fort campbell, the sprawling army base along the kentucky/tennessee border have born the brunt of the war efforts as troops with the 101st airborne division and special operations units deployed to afghanistan and iraq. quote, this week the families discovered they would not get the new middle school they were expecting so that president trump could build his border wall. of note, that military base located in republican majority

>> because it was clear that that commander counted on us. it was clear that that commander had confidence in us. it was clear that that commander was appreciative of the capabilities that he was given by that assistance but also the reassurance that we were supporting him. >> so that right there is a career u.s. diplomat who was on ukraine's front lines while he was aware of trump's decision to hold back military aid from them. back with us tonight a former diplomat who watched every word of today's impeachment hearing. mike mcfaul served as u.s. ambassador to russia in the obama administration. ambassador, there you have bill taylor, west point class of '69, and by the way, you graduate from west point in '69 you know you are headed into a meat grinder. he chooses infantry. he further chooses to go to ranger school. 101st airborne. bronze star.

servants do in defense of our constitution. indeed, there has been a george kent sworn to defend the constitution continuously for nearly 60 years. >> it has been a privilege for me to serve our country and the american people for more than 50 years. starting as a cadet at west point, as you have mentioned, mr. chairman, then as an infantry officer for six years including with the 101st airborne division in vietnam. then at the department of energy, then as a member of a senate staff, then at nato, then with the state department here and abroad, in afghanistan, iraq, jerusalem, and ukraine. >> much of the hearing focused on the july 25th phone call in which president trump asked ukraine's president zelensky for investigations into the bidens and our 2016 election. the witnesses also described an effort by trump and his deputies to leverage that country into delivering those investigations if they wanted the promised u.s. military aid to be used in their fight with the russians, by the

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Hello and welcome to veterans Chronicle I'm Gene pill My guest this week is Donald Berg get one of the 1st Airborne troops to land in Normandy early in the morning on D.-Day as a member of the 101st Screaming Eagle Airborne Division he would later parachute into Holland fighting for $72.00 days are behind enemy lines during the Battle of the Bolch he in the 101st successfully held out against 9 German armored divisions during the siege of best stone he subsequently fought through the rural valley the Black Forest the Rhineland Bavaria and Austria he was one of only 11 men out of 200 in his company who survived from Normandy to the end of the war number gets war began in earnest when he and his comrades from the 101st shipped out for Europe one across on Liberty ship the Empire and. And it was a maiden voyage for that ship and we landed in Belfast Ireland and we stayed there for a little while and we went from there and by the way when they we landed there the 1st sergeant took us out the next day and. A wire fence you see just so you'd meant see that wire fence we said yes he said don't step over that fence because if you do that's free Iran and they will in turn you for the duration of the war and not one man Steptoe that France and so we went from Ireland to Scotland and then find out during them and I joined 101st and all born. All born in England and we were assigned to a company in the stables we lived in the stables horse stables there the D.-Day landings were originally scheduled for June 5th but foul weather really anguish channels low visibility and heavy seized forced Eisenhower to postpone but only for 24 hours the following morning June 6th were get was once again in a plane which would drop him behind German lines and one of the lead flights and we circled England. Likened it to a comet we circled over England and our plane's tail got longer and longer anyway as we circled more planes on it couldn't take all the planes off at one time so they would more planes of takeoff they would come off and rendezvous and they would fall in on this comet tail and so it got longer and longer and we swung out over England at a certain given time and crossed over a series Anger z. And that's where we started in a lot of an aircraft was very soon Guernsey and we were we were coming into Normandy from the back side we were heading back towards England when we jumped that is why I probably read a lot of cases where the stick dropped too late. They landed in English travel and they would drown. But so we had a small window that you had to start jumping here otherwise you're going to land deep enemy territory and if you jump too late you go I'm channeling drowned so you had to jump in this part here and. As we came over the jersey and Guernsey we were ordered to stand up and hook up we remove the door from the planes the 1st time ever flew in a plane with a door and with the door off and we started an after part of the aircraft and we came over the coast of France and from the back side we could see the fires on the ground and there were bombers that preceded the sand. So the they want to get knocked out key gun position an aircraft on physicians that they had knew no one was there but at the same time it gave the Germans a pression that it was a bombing run they didn't feel that there was a lot of paratroopers coming out of that plane. But we ran into a cloud bank over a rain cloud and only the lead plane of each flight. Had a directional finder which was compatible to the Pathfinders Pathfinders jumped in on their duties ease an hour before we dropped and so when we went through the set up or signal devices for the use either our drop zones. And when we approached them. Only the lead plane on each flight had the receiving device that would lead us to those drops on so on we went through the rain cloud the planes are so close together this is the 1st time and only time I know in the history of war especially World War 2 where all the planes flew with their wing lights on because we were so close together they were afraid of running into each other so when we entered the cloud bank some of the planes. From each other while someone how high someone blows some of the rights on the left and it's dark and when you came out the other side is not coming over the city where you can see lights you know streets and so on it's nothing and I've heard it said it even in one of the books that said that the pilots were boarding up bordering on cowardice because a ran well they did. Broke up because they were in a pitch black area no street signs no guidance they didn't have a guidance system only really playing and they couldn't see that so our flight for a fragment it but it was not the pilot's fault again had landed 12 miles from his designated d.z. Or drop zone let it wasn't long before his 1st encounter he wasn't sure whether it was friend or foe Anyway after I got my harness which was a tough job to do and we the strange part about this is that the quick release that the British used or you pull a pin turn it hit a hole harness fall off that is an American invention but we made by the Swiss company here in America but we didn't get to use them but the British did and we used to mount Holland I did get out of my harness had the rifle loaded and I saw somebody moving heard him and so I put the cricket alongside the rifle and clicked it and they don't sound like crickets you know like you they said they do but they don't they just click clack and figure stopped and then no answer no cricket really return and so he started moving toward me and I could see he was on his hands and knees and a fire got close and it was about 5 or 6 feet from him so I had safety off and I said if he makes any kind of move I can blow him away and I recognize it was hardly privacy honey using my squad. Said How come you didn't answer me so well yes I lost my cricket news for my throat was so dry I couldn't there we had to we had to the the challenge on the cricket was click click and the answer was quickly click click so if you but if you lost your cricket as he did you then you have your challenge where it was flash and then the other person with the answer thunder or even a pick thunders because if a German overheard which is doing and he tried to come in you'd say flashing it's a tutor. Pull the trigger forget it is Comrade were soon joined by 2 other members of the 101st and the floor paratroopers suddenly found themselves under heavy enemy fire so the Germans were opening up honest it was a lot of fireworks too as mortar shells dropping machine guns cross firing and we had an additional We had an a hole and. You know if we stay as whole the Germans had 4 years to make range cards they don't have to work for Demi these to the range card and drop a mortar 81 mortar shell right in the middle of this hole any time they want to so we left the hole and went back the other way and just a little bit enough daylight starting with the false dawn the sun had started up. And we broke through had a drill on to a road and I was Lieutenant you are my jumpmaster are stick and he had 17 men with him part of where 82nd part was 100. Most all my Didn't know some of my dead and I knew him to die soon Archie pines So we look if you squat down look up towards the sky you can see something outlined so we saw a church steeple and we knew all of paratroopers in the area would gravitate to the church steeple because that is the center of the town every place in Europe has one and. So that we put on it and he put our key Pozen Stassi out as a point man. And as we and I put me as a connecting body you know to we didn't walk into an ambush you can walk in an ambush with there'd be alerted and the gang can deploy so we. Got to a long curve in a road and they're just asking Archie pond one out of sight and so I came in behind what the road was empty. And so I hauled a column of time your came up and he said well the so there might have been captured by some fast moving patrol he said look in that field so I went to the know with a drone into the field and sure enough there was Archie Ponce and Nick just Ses packs and rifles their weapons they had. Their names on the packs so what had happened the only thing that could have happened it was a fast moving patrol the Had to get from point a to point b. As they came to the current road going across a picnic to Stassi in Archie pond and kept going and his buddies managed to reach the town where they discovered a large contingent of the 101st had gathered all of them would soon be in major battles with the Germans and it wasn't just the Germans to their surprise some of their fiercest opposition came from white russian contracts on horseback who had signed on as mercenaries with the Nazis so we. Fought against them and they would come or down through there over the hedge rows guiding their mounts with their knees on us from eyes or in one hand a saber or any other and and so we shot a lot of mothers saddled and they would cut you in half or that Saber they got a good swing at you but when we were hit we knocked them down then the German where Mark came in the German after tree they drove us back a little bit so we grow them back. And then they assess came in and a girl was a little ways back and we caught her tact again it was going back and forth and fighting the German. Parachute Hermann Goering came in and they were tough and they drove us back 4 ways but we contact and during that part of the battle it must have been a rough one because I remember almost every day of the combat from from Normally all way up to hit 1st out but there's times in that particular battle I remember going in a house and kicking a door open and shooting people but others are so bad and I can't remember to this day that must mean something that my that half of my mind took care of a. Little . When we return the battle of the You're listening to veterans Chronicles on the radio America Network. Cancer is the number one cause of death by disease for children in the u.s. 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Translational Research Institute. Of conservative radio in north central Arkansas. Talk 97 now to talk radio dot com for listening to veterans' Chronicles presented by the American veteran center and the radio American network Welcome back to veterans' Chronicles I'm Gene pill. $60944.00 the German army launches $26.00 divisions of tanks and infantry against Allied lines in France and Belgium It was a desperate gamble that came close to succeeding one of the reasons it failed was the u.s. 101st Airborne Division which arrived in the town of Bastogne on December 19th and stubbornly held it despite being surrounded by German divisions they demanded the u.s. Should render the 101st commander Brigadier General Anthony McCall of send back a one word answer nuts Dumbledore get was one of McCall of soldiers started on the 16th of December and this was on his 17th we were on a roll we moved a folder vision and from 2 o'clock in the morning till the afternoon with and well with and 1212 hours or so we moved to Boulder and that's unheard of in the military but we're down the road in these open trucks and it was cold and we saw a sign there was going on it was pretty big because engineers had gone through and cut big notches big stick we trees are like poor 5 feet diameter and I put away just an hour and put t.n.t. On the other side with primer cord so if the Germans got that far they would start growing trees across the road as road blocks so we went all the way up to. We went with all our headlights onto had a one loop walk one German airplane come over at that time or go our full speed watch in our distance by the tail lights. And all the headlights on one fighter plane that come over there and come down that ranks it a wiped out half the division but we we we made it into we went to the old battlefields you know Sudan and are doom and probably pulled into. Or just on the outskirts of Bastogne but we didn't know where we were we we had no idea and was supposed to go go up towards were revised think it was but the 82nd had preceded us because they got out of Holland 2 weeks before we did so they had new replacements they had weapon replacements weapon repair and so they put them on a road 1st to go up to where Remati hit the brunt of the attack and we ended up in Bastogne ISIS hold us we 'd had one order there would be no surrender and no withdrawal and I mean you stay there and fight to your dead general McCollum and his men faced formidable odds they were poorly equipped unarmed physically and mentally worn out their being fought for 72 days in Holland snow was waist deep temperatures well below 0 yet they persevered and all McAuliffe had taken over command of the 101st because everybody else was either gone on for or the trailer had gone back to the states or Christmas time occurred or Christmas so he was home with his family and so here we were. Not very well equipped one of the men in my squad had a stick kept putting it against the pavement we had no no army nation we had very few weapons we had just got out of Holland 72 days already weapon need to take care of and some replaced so we turned in a lot of machine guns our rifles mortars and. Bazookas and we were waiting for replacements and so on so we went into. Bastogne as they say as far as weapons were concerned we were making. One of the guys had a stick one guy had a knife and another one had a pistol and we're going to go up against all these tanks we were experienced and they I guess they had faith in us or maybe they thought of putting. The cork in the bong in the barrel or but wouldn't hold but that is going to give them some time wasn't that bad right at that time we could we were driving at full speed coming in from west to east but the weather was coming in I think from the other way and so the Germans took advantage of the fog and so on even though the allies controlled the air they could not control the fog day after day and blanketed the entire battlefield preventing dropping of essential such as food water clothing and above all ammunition so they the 2nd but and. Went into reserve an illusory we marched the full way going through 4 which was about 4 miles 4 and had 3 and a half miles to port no will and they. So the 3rd Battalion stopped off there and they were formed a 2nd line of defense and a 1st battalion went on to no avail. And it was a major desert Brae got there just about 4 hours before we did with of the 10th Armored he had 15 Sherman tanks and some half tracks and he had our armored infantry on of a tie and. So when we got into it it was a. Lieutenant from the 10th Armored who would go around to the tanks and things and big stole ammunition for us and some weapons and he had a jeep out in the middle road and as we marched by on each side he would hand as he handed me 2 battlers of ammunition and a handful of 45 rounds which I stuck in my pocket and I was arming us we had grenades and he did as somebody who Caracas and so on he picked up everything he could in fact he made several trips and he would it was arming us himself the Tenet . Tenet Rice was his name and I would knew his 1st name at one time so we were actually time we received weapons and they kept our command kept on well we we have ammunition come in we have weapons come in with a never did never got a round and so we went into no will and there were. The Germans started showing us pretty heavy and Colonel Colonel upgrade was killed all right on our 1st. Major desert brain was wounded severely and so sick shipped him off to the hospital field hospital which followed the sound. When we return on veteran's Chronicles lifting the siege of mass stone and the March across the 3rd Reich to victory. 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Your listening to veterans prodigals presented by the American veteran center and the radio American network once again. Get that parachuted behind enemy lines on D.-Day in Normandy he and his 101st Airborne Division had fought in French and Holland and now found themselves surrounded by a German army in a place called Best stone it was just before Christmas 1904 started coming and it didn't come in like drifting just like a curtain on this street. And then it would go over their course also knew you would hear these engines running the floor would lift and there would be $1015.00 German tanks Tigers Mark fours Panthers. And that would go down and it would come up again it would be no tanks It was spooky so we attacked up the hill and. These tanks came over in a fog real lifted and I looked up there and I counted 32 German tanks coming down backed by off a tree and I had a rifle with a bayonet and. And now we closed with them and we. Still I am Phillips and. Spear we got on one of these haystacks where the cattle had eaten around a stack to it looked like it resembled a big mushroom we were the underneath they so we got out of the thing and a Tiger tank came over the hill and. Machine gun they set it on fire. And we had to pull back into town and so we that's where the real seed started but in no less than 4 hours of our tracking into these tanks we ended up like 840160 men we had $58.00 men alive on Christmas Eve the fog finally lifted and thousands of allied planes took to the skies to bomb German positions and drop precious supplies to the embattled 101st then came relief on the ground as the u.s. 4th Armored Division broke through German lines into Bastogne and they fought their way through while they lost a lot of Sherman said but they finally shot their way through and No 10 a bogus b o g g e s s commanded the 1st tank and tank that got through and then the Germans close a line behind him so now the other tanks came up the next day and he shot from the inside and the outside and opened it up and after that the rest of the military came through with supplies we they they gave us overcoats overshoes gloves actions and I mean nation and even weapons and then the command order to send to the attack and we attacked for 20 if we were $38.00 days so we attack night and day for $22.00 days. So we're there for 30 days even and we know we had one of the. 2 fillies road everything always back to. No avail Well then that's when the 2nd Battalion really got into it and they went along a railroad track into. Foyer and that's where the Germans hit him heavy with artillery and that's for. Darn near lost his leg in the movie Band of Brothers that's where he lost his leg was on a return trip and they said put it in the movie like that was the 1st day it was it was December 12th that that happened it was so we went in there on December the 18th or 19th it went on on December 19th and they actually. They came in on January 12th so that just to straighten history out a little bit by January 3rd the German divisions were in full retreat Hitler's Gamble had failed Moreover he had lost over 100000 soldiers 30000 dead 40000 wounded and 20000 prisoners of war the troops were irreplaceable as were the thousands of tanks and other materiel destroyed by the allies American losses were also heavy Some estimates put them 820000 killed 40000 wounded and 20000 taken is p o W's but the Americans could recover the Nazis could not the magnitude and significance of the victory were etched on those who made it possible John McAuliffe recognized their purse when he went into the war room that was there the troops that had really really retired from that area a pussy looked over the war map and he stuck his finger on Bastogne and he said this is it this is the key to the whole thing you recognize a good very good job very good command very knowledgeable he said this is where the war is going to be fought he said there will be no no withdrawal and no surrender there was little time to celebrate however the 101st Airborne Division what was left of it now had to prepare to fight on German soil we had one day off which we were allowed to go into a house next to a stove and get warm that night and the next morning we pulled out on trucks open trucks again and we went to Alsace and there was a operation order when that happened all the different commanders were spooked by all the Germans who were going to attack them. And we were the only division in American history we fought under 3 different commanders and all in 60 days we fought under General Gummer Ian. Holland then we fought under General Deaver's and general was the 3rd one. It wasn't Clark he was in Italy but anyway those 3 don't we fought in 3 battle areas under 3 Army commanders and all in 60 days were the only divisions there were done that everybody wanted our expertise so we were shipped down to Alsace where the was a threat an attack under Operation Norton went and after we had kind of cleared that up and then we were immediately shipped off to. The valley where this is a Duesseldorf and all the manufacturing industries and they are they talking about the German spirit everything but I want to say on that their arms was spirit. That's where the Tiger tanks came from and through the Panthers came from the Mouser rifles the bayonets everything came out of the valley and Patton had tried by this time he had got up in that area in a 2nd armored went around the north and then know it so they had the northern end Patton got them in after they tried to break through but the Germans had put a very strong armored in the center and when they started to the last line started to buckle they would ship the reserve to that spot and stop them so there again they called on our expertise and they put us in a landing craft and we attacked at night across the river into a little town called Hemel Geist Evans ghost with tact in air and our orders were to keep attacking until German the Germans figured this was the real thing not just a diversionary so we kept attacking and. Still the Germans a day actually did shift and we had the armor coming out we could hear the big tanks clanking on the cobblestone and open fired on his front door with their guns and we were backed up against the Ryan river and so then the actually the engineer did come over and pick us up under fire and we withdrew from there but at the same time folder this central reserve armored reserve away from where Patton was hammering and he did break through and I was there when they were several miles down taking care of us that Patton went through and cut the. Valley in half then he quartered it and then it collapsed it was over 2000000 Germans surrendered in 2 weeks there when their weaponry was gone the alter was gone from Germany and German collapsed and then it was just a mad run across Germany up to the end of the war and we didn't have either closed or our own so we had to borrow vehicles and we went by 40 in a vehicles and finally ended up on docks and. We had crossed the Danube Danube River at one point and I heard the song The Blue Danube the beautiful Blue Danube So I woke up all the guys in the big dock that were moving on and I said hey we're coming to the big beautiful Blue Danube when we crossed over that little bridge like a muddy crick. We were all disappointed you know. And anyway we we did we went into finally ended up and who are down really it down itself and to purchase that was the end of the war for Donald or Gap He was one of only 11 men out of 200 in his company to survive from Normandy to the end of the war. Later in civilian life he became a widely respected author of whose book he is the only book from World War 2 indorsed by General Dwight Eisenhower and how did Donald Bergant manage that so when I finished it. Tried to sell it and I found out you had have an agent in the agent finally placed it with Hovan Mifflin and Holden Mifflin didn't believe it I was the 1st. Private so to speak or enlisted man who wrote a book about work paratroopers in World War 2 So they didn't believe it they said nobody could do all this or go through all this and never heard it before so they wanted it authenticated and they got a hold of Martin Bowman son who at that time was the head of the military our Archives in Washington d.c. And he knew. President Roosevelt I mean give me. An hour and. So he took the manuscript to I was an hour that's why it didn't come out you know they just say Ok after the book came out that when the book was 1st published because. I was in our head the actual man a copy of the manuscript and he read it and he was so impressed and I know the different writers a well known writer writers if I can name a Macor news Ryan the longest day and so on and Charles b. McDonald Well they. Are to endorse their books and he said I'm not endorsing any one book period. But after you read my knee he phoned my publisher and he said. He said that's the closest thing to the truth of anything I have ever read he said and so I'm volunteering a statement for that man's book and he made a statement for it and he endorsed the book and the. Kind of a little character on this thing is the publisher is so taken by this that they brought my wife and I to New York and we had a dinner and they had all their top editors at this one dinner and which they don't do they use the ever just one editor and that should have been a. Kind of a note that something was happening so after we had 9 or. Goodman after we had dinner they brought a phone to the table in a suppressed time my wife and I had left the kids at home. A babysitter we always took them with us and. So anyway when they brought the phone to the table the waiter did and I said Mr Berg and I said yes and he said telephone I so my gosh you know the kids they set fire to the house they hang the babysitter they did something so the voice comes out of Mr Berg yet and I said yes he said this is General Eisenhower and I said yeah and I'm the Blue Fairy. They cracked up I got the real laugh so I knew it rolling on the floor and anyway my bio editor did too Tony whether it fell right over backward he felt a laugh and so I but that was my introduction to generalize now and he immediately sent a letter off to me from getting Pennsylvania and I still have that letter in a safe deposit box I was offered $300.00 just for the envelope but he made a statement it did appear on the books and he did. Say it was the best thing is over it and what was it that drew the attention and endorsement of Braganza book to the commander in chief of the entire European theater of operations I think is because most of your or. Books were written by people like s.l.a. Marshall and. Different ones who had had been in this for a long time and but it's written from their point of view whereas when I wrote it I wrote I didn't know how to write and I was never schooled in that so but I could always tell a good story and I could swear after work we stop and have a cold beer or something and all the guys that I was working with the carpenters electricians plumbers and so on. None of them had ever been in combat so they would ask me and I would always deliver the stories and that's what. I finally settled out instead of writing in the 1st person 2nd person or 3rd person or whatever I thought Well Ok. Typewriter this is what we. 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Also operated 18 radio stations beaming the Voice of America overseas in 40 languages at war's end and $945.00 President Truman abolished the Office of War Information its functions are carried on today however by the us information age I mean Hurley join me next time for World War 2 Chronicles welcome to heroes of the air true stories of those who flew for America and earned the nation's supreme military award the Congressional Medal of Honor heroes of the air is brought to you by the Air Force Association independent nonprofit aerospace organization most public understanding of the role aerospace power plays in our national fighter bombers were already in the air in route to attack an important North Vietnamese industrial center the mission success depended on 1st destroying a key any aircraft defense complex and training surface to air missiles and of the exceptionally heavy concentration of any aircraft artillery air force major Merlin death lessons plane was one of a flight of f. 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and chief of naval operations, admiral john richardson. thank you all. thank you, admiral. over many decades and times of war and peace, mark esper has answered the call of duty. he has never failed. he hails from uniontown pennsylvania, the hometown of his personal hero. the legendary former secretary of defense, and great one, george marshall. he attended the united states military academy at west point, graduated in 1986, receiving a commission in the infantry. soon he earned his tab, his ranger tab, and fought with the famed 101st airborne division in the gulf war. he was awarded the bronze star, and the combat infantryman badge for a service. a brave guy. they all told me he's a brave

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west point class of 1986 as mike pompeo served on active-duty for a decade including the first gulf war with the 101st airborne division. shanahan's last day is friday. shannon: thank you. a tale of 2 very different crowds. and aga rallies to the big-ticket fundraisers. standing by to react next. geico makes it easy to get help when you need it. with licensed agents available 24/7. it's not just easy. it's having-a-walrus-in-goal easy! roooaaaar! it's a walrus! ridiculous! yes! nice save, big guy! good job duncan! way to go! [chanting] it's not just easy. it's geico easy. oh, duncan. stay up. no sleepies.

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he served in desert storm with the 101st airborne division. and got into the reserves while he did some activities in and around the washington area. he was in the washington, d.c., reserve group. he served a total of about 20 years in the army reserve, he has a good feel for the building. having been a liaison to raytheon corporation. he was a soldier, also was a businessman. and as connected to the heritage group in d.c. however, what i'd say is, there's a vast difference between being secretary of the army and being secretary of defense. army is an internal role focused on maintaining carrying and equipping one branch of the military. the secretary is more of a policy making role, certainly national security policy that will be a step for mr. esper as he fulfills that position.

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he's a former raytheon executive and from the same west point class of 1986 as mike pompeo. he serves as senate majority leader, republican bill frist chief of staff and policy director for the house armed services committee. he served in the army for a decades including the first gulf war with the 101st airborne division. what is most most notable, that how the president relied on a large number of marine generals as national security advisers, jim mattis, joe dunford. now the defense secretary next chairman of the joint chiefs, mark millie and mike pompeo are all from the army. shanahan's last day is friday. shepard? >> shepard: thank you. now patrick shanahan was one that replaced jim mattis. remember, it was november of last year that jim mattis resigned. frankly the reason was a simple one. the president wanted to withdraw

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dredged up and painted in and then complete and therefore misleading way in the course of this process." shanahan pulls a post, bad things can happen to good family. the president nominated the current army secretary who already overseas 1.4 million guardsmen. a former raytheon executive, he served on active duty in the army for a decade including the first gulf war with a 101st airborne division. shanahan was the longest acting defense secretary in history. he only did one p/e interview when serving as active defense piece. >> i don't wake up in the morning and think about whether i'm going to be nominated. i do the job. >> of the senior official says shanahan's last day is friday. >> bret: or jennifer thank yo

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families that you hold close to your heart we're all doing well. the nation is doing well economically, better than anybody in the world. we are the hot nation of the world. nice to know you are fighting for something that's doing well, and that's our country. i want to begin by welcoming the men and women of the 101st airborne division. they're real warriors, and you have the resolute support, sustainment brigade, and they are joining us from afghanistan where our soldiers are providing invaluable aid and combined joint area operations throughout afghanistan. you are doing an incredible job. a lot of progress has been made and your courage truly inspires us all. we know what you are doing. we watch it. oftentimes we are watching it every night during the news, and we know it is dangerous, and we also know that you have an

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and from there they moved through narjaf, karbala and it's taken 22 days of war for the coalition to get this far. >> i was privileged to command the 101st airborne division. we liberated the first major city in iraq, then moved into baghdad. >> the man who ruled here so brutally and absolutely for almost 25 years has vanished. >> the closer we got, the more they knew saddam was finished, and they were glad to show it. >> the troops were very welcome. shiites and people who hated saddam were joyful, running through the streets, the iconic image of the big statue of saddam hussein being pulled over with some help from u.s. troops. >> this is george w. bush, the president of the united states. at this moment, the regime of saddam hussein is being removed from power. and a long era of fear and cruelty is ending. the government of iraq and the future of your country will soon belong to you.

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>> i was privileged to command the 101st airborne division. we liberated the first major city in iraq, naja, then moved into baghdad. >> the man who ruled here so brutally and absolutely for almost 25 years has vanished. >> the closer we got, the more they knew saddam was finished, and they were glad to show it. >> the troops were very welcome. shiites and people who hated saddam were joyful, running through the streets. you had the iconic image of the big statue of saddam hussein being pulled over with some help from u.s. troops. >> this is george w. bush, the president of the united states. at this moment, the regime of saddam hussein is being removed from power, and a long era of fear and cruelty is ending. the government of iraq and the future of your country will soon belong to you. >> things, however, very quickly started to turn dicey. >> the city of baghdad has now

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