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When I was 19, I met a giant among men. Sgt Major Ellis was a Marine’s Marine that stood as proud as the uniform he wore. He knew everyone in the battalion by name (all 1,000, or so) and could outrun most Marines a decade younger than him. He was killed by a suicide bomber. His story is not unique.
The white graves that mark Arlington, and countless other cemeteries across America represent a story like his. That is why veterans feel bitter, angry, and betrayed after the slipshod pullout of Afghanistan. Not only because of the way it was conducted, but because this was a war we could have and should have won. The takeaways from Afghanistan might be horrendous. Consider if we draw the lesson: “the military does not work.” Coupled with China’s aggressive imperialistic designs, this could be existentially fatal. That is why it is imperative to get this issue right.
Wars are won by breaking an enemy’s will to fight. Not by making them like you, but by making them fear you. This was the case in WWII. Almost every major city in Germany and Japan was pulverized. This had the effect of not only crippling their ability to wage war, but also sapping their will to take up arms.
The Civil War is another example. Sherman’s march to the sea destroyed the confederacy supply chain and demoralized Lee’s troops. This is not a phenomenon of a past age. The Afghan army, after losing American support, folded in days to the Taliban after realizing their cause was futile. Victory in war is achievable.
After 9/11 we choose a different path. Not doing his best impression of Churchill, President Bush once said: “I don’t think you can win it…I don’t have any…definite end (for the war).”  This defeatist attitude set the tone for the campaign. First, we refused to name the enemy — a political movement that sought to impose a radical form of Islam on the world. Bush called it a “war on terrorism.” Terrorism is a tactic. This would be like declaring war on Kamikaze missions during […]
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