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Cully Stimson: Putin Will Forever Be Branded a War Criminal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Cully Stimson: Putin Will Forever Be Branded a War Criminal

"What do you attribute that to I have heard of various explanations grift corruption and the Russian military people stealing equipment old equipment poor training what do you primarily attribute that to Well you know I served in the navy jag corps for 30 years and just retired this year But I was not a war fighter I was a lawyer of two war fighters but my analysis is based on listening to people who are war fighters and who I respect And I think not only the things that you mentioned are factors in it But they're just not good at combined armed operations I think that was a surprise to the season hands at The Pentagon and retired military analysts that you would think that they would have perfected coordinating air land and personnel moves in coordinated operations even through multiple entry points But they weren't And God bless the Ukrainians and their love of country and their desire to defend their country and of course we've played our part we can debate whether we played enough of a pardon providing them arms And so is NATO But they have just not Putin's folks have not lived up to what we thought was the big bad Russian army And so they were creating they're probably pointing their attentions now towards the eastern Donbass region from all written reports I don't think that means they're given up on Keith and the rest of it And of course they're clearly engaged in a war crimes by indiscriminately killing civilians targeting children women hospitals And so however this thing ends Putin and his ilk will forever be branded a war criminal And that's people can't forget that

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"military analyst" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WTOP

"For all of your glass mirror and shower door needs visit glass dot com dulles glass love your glass CBS News special report normally people would go to a metro station to take a train but in kharkiv Ukraine They've been sheltering in place underground as the Russian military attacks above CBS News military analyst and retired army colonel Jeff mccausland Moscow's conduct of the war so far has included Russian missile artillery and close air attacks across the entire breadth of the Ukrainian territory This suggests that the ultimate Russian military goal is to not only defeat the Ukrainian military but also occupy the entire country This will be accompanied by a decapitation of the political leadership now in charge in the Ukraine And the installation of a puppet regime that is directed by Moscow CBS and Charlie day is in Kyiv Russian paratroopers this is confirmed now have reached the outskirts of the capital They've reached an airstrip called gostima President zelensky himself said that they have that airstrip surrounded and there is no escape Throughout the day we've heard several explosions there is an intense salvo President Biden says the U.S. and its allies are working to freeze Russia out of most of the global economy freezing assets and not allowing Russia to do business with dollars and other currencies Food will be a pariah on the international stage Any nation the countenance Russia's naked aggression against Ukraine will be stained by association CBS.

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U.S. Launched Drone Strike Against ISIS-K in Afghanistan

Word on the Street

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. Launched Drone Strike Against ISIS-K in Afghanistan

"Says a drone strike has killed a key ISIS K planner a day after the suicide attack in Kabul. Here's CBS's David Martin. The strike which occurred this afternoon East Coast time came less than 24 hours after President Biden had vowed revenge against those behind the airport attack. However, it is unlikely to head all future attacks already in the works. The airport in Kabul remains under imminent threat of another attack. It may have come. As White House press secretary Jen Psaki said this about Isis and the president. I think he made clear yesterday that he does not want them to live on the earth anymore. CBS News military analyst Jeff McCausland is that no at this time of the United States formally notify the Taliban in the aftermath of the attack. And how they will react will be interesting. Well, they feel a need to respond. This attack as now the government of Afghanistan Or will they ignore it as they, too have fought Isis K on numerous occasions. CBS News Special Report. I'm Peter King, the

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Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Battle Acts: France Beefs up Its Forces

"Two thousand thirteen french armed forces have been stationed in the suhel fighting jihadists francis forces have been stretched just over five thousand of its troops for a region. Roughly the size of western europe. Such counterinsurgency operations might be challenging. But these days francis generals have their sights on something far larger forests in the plains of the champagne ogden region. The armed forces are beginning to prepare for the return of a major conflict exercise. Orion a giant drill plan for twenty twenty three who involve the full range of french military capacity on a scale not tested for decades specter of high-end war is now so widespread When you talk to military analysts that is an acronym for this scenario. Hei which stands for the english translation is hypothesis of major engagement. Sophie pattern is our paris bureau chief. And it's really a seismic shift. I would say for french forces because if you think back thirty years ago most of them were involved in overseas operations in peacekeeping and if the last decade it's been a question of counterterrorism or counterinsurgency most that side the being in operation but can in the sahel or even a counter-terrorist operation could operation centeno in france itself. But last year the head of the army general tilly bucker presented a strategic vision for twenty thirty looking ahead to the next decade and in it he described an outlined the need for the to prepare for high intensity state on state conflicts and he had this line which is very striking. He said the return of a major conflict is now a credible

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War Games Suggest the U.S. Will Lose Fast If It Confronts China

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 1 year ago

War Games Suggest the U.S. Will Lose Fast If It Confronts China

"People's liberation army and the chinese communist party is clearly preparing for war with the united states. You never know that because we're too busy worrying about peppy. The pew and gina carano and the mandalorian we're not occupied anything like global thermonuclear war. God forbid we did something like that. So here's the first screenshot about what a were. I want to be clear on this. Given our current posture. Our current force alignment how we're prepared for global warfare. Now how these experts think it would go. Here's a quote from a military analysts. Talking about what would happen in are wargames now. It says at that point. The trend that are wargames was not just that we were losing but we were losing faster. We do these war games all time with china. Now we're losing quick. After the two thousand eighteen i distinctly remember one of our gurus of war gaming standing in front of the air force secretary and chief of staff and telling them that we shouldn't play this war game scenario chinese attack on taiwan again. Because we know what's going to happen. The definitive answer is if the us military doesn't change course with lose fast.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Place of sanity this afternoon at three on use radio. Wait. 40 W H A s. President Trump has fired the secretary of defense with a new acting Defense Secretary, Christopher Miller. U S troop levels now in Iraq and Afghanistan are to be reduced. Will it happen? Let's find out more about what CBS News military analyst Jeff because Lynn thinks about this colonel. Good morning. Tony Good morning user. So let's start out. What do you think about what's happening here? Another president said he was going to get troops out of there, but he's getting some pushback by a lot of people that are experts. Well, it certainly is. You know the announcements to the secretary defense of the president directed they withdraw from Afghanistan. Roughly 2000 troops bring his town for about 452,500. As well as reduction of about 500 troops with cannon from Iraq. I'm sorry 3000 to 2500 has seen a dramatic push back across the board. Many people believe In a memo prepared by then Secretary defense aspirin arguing against such a move was the last straw. If you will probably president fire him about a week ago, and it's also why they believe this is opposed by the senior uniformed military to include you know, Millie, the chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. As well as our commander and Centcom and the commander as well on the ground in Afghanistan, and we also seen our NATO allies reacting to oppose this. Don't forget there's about 8000 NATO troops in Afghanistan. Secretary general of NATO, saying that the Pacific it's withdraw from Afghanistan White welcome allow it to create a haven for terrorists that could attack the Western world. And finally, of course, we've seen pushback in from Day senior Republicans. I mean, the Mitch McConnell compared this to the humiliating American departure from Saigon in 1975, for goodness sake in arguing against such a quick move by the president here in the waning moments of his administration. Why does the president want to do this? Just to prove the point that he got tripped out of America? I mean, excuse me out of these locations. It's difficult to ascertain. I mean, certainly the argument against doing it is that it should be conditions based based on the Taliban, fulfilling their obligations on the agreement we signed in February, which were to reduce violence they haven't done that cut their ties with Al Qaeda. They haven't done that and negotiating a meaningful way with the Government in Kabul towards a political solution, which is deadlocked at the moment. One can only imagine the president has said that there's something he promised his base he would do and wants to do that, perhaps looking forward to what his political future might be once he leaves the White House. Craft. He also thinks this will distract people's attention from the ongoing would seem to be somewhat fruitless Efforts. Tomov turn the election on last not least, it also seems like The president has little interest in trying to coordinate an effective transition to the Biden administration, but rather boxing president elect biting in on a number of major policy issues. As he is inaugurated on the 20th of January. I saw where there's some rocket attacks on the U. S embassy and Iraq. No Americans are heard as a Zafar as we know, But what kind of danger Finally does this put for the troops that would remain so to speak there in those areas you were discussing? First of all, suggests the Taliban and there's no reason negotiate. There's no reason to back off on the attacks there. Communiqu number one number two at some level of force structure. Your your primary mission becomes force protection. And the one thing the SEC def did not talk about yesterday was what the mission Put this residual force might well be on. So you start to worry at some point time, and we've got just enough folks there to defend themselves. And if that's the primary mission, and why in the world of that they're there. Mm. All right. Appreciate the time, Jeff. Thank you. That's okay because and joining us here CBS News Philip Military analysts on NewsRadio 8 40 W H A s guitar break. It's 10 away from seven. Scottie has sports coming up next.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Intend to get relative sick Friends sick co workers sick that has been a significant problem for US. CBS News has learned. President Trump wants a major drawdown of troops from Afghanistan and Iraq, CBS military analyst Jeff McCausland Wonders about the president's exit strategy. How you end a war is key. You created vacuum. And will you perhaps, then have to go back into that particular area. Once you have withdrawn history is about to be made at the NFL Next Monday's Rams Bucks game will be the first ever to use an all black officiating crew that has never happened in the NFL's 100 Year history. CBS is Maria Garcia reporting and Hurricane Iota slammed ashore in Nicaragua. Ringing the threat of deadly mudslide. CBS NEWS Brief I'm Vicky Parker WTMJ News Times 7 32. From the WTMJ breaking news center. Monday's positive vaccine news pushing the Dow Jones near milestone territory. The market closing just a hair under 30,000, Annex, Wealth management president and CEO Dave Spinal, telling WTMJ, the market may pass the 30,000 benchmark pending the two Senate run offs in Georgia. The market likes that it likes the fact that there won't be a major changes. Policies and then they can plan forward and so right now we're gonna have to pay attention that Some bumps in the markets through December, But trends are looking good overall for continued gains. Only one county in the state. Brown still needs to finish up canvassing from this month's election before possible recount the presidential race could begin sconce in Elections Commission says There's been no indication that recount will take place but after canvassing is complete recount will need to be requested by 5 P.m. Wednesday. If this happens, the commission says counties will have a deadline of noon of December. 1st complete it. The cost would be around $7.9 million statewide to cover larger public spaces. More absentee ballots, a shorter time frame than usual and renting high speed ballots. Scanning equipment. Rusty Mellberg WTMJ news. The city of Milwaukee says former police chief Alfonso Morella's was denied due process. When the firing Police commission demoted him to captain earlier this year. The city attorney is asking a judge to send the matter back to the commission. Some morale is can have a disciplinary appeal trial where Alice was demoted by the FTC in August after they say he failed to meet the list of directives handed to him in July. Morale is his attorney, Frank Gimbal, telling the Journal Sentinel. He and morale is haven't yet decided the next steps they have until December to do so. Alice decided to retire rather than assume the role of police Captain J. Met their WTMJ News, a former student at Louisiana State University, says that the school ignored claims of sexual misconduct that would she brought against a former football player, Darius Guys Back in 2016. Samantha Brennan's one of several women who spoke to U. S a today that their accusations were never followed up on working part time in the football recruiting office when she met Guy set a bar near campus. It's all about my text messages from this time and I was going back through and beach proposed like what happened last time. We don't remember anything. The next morning, Brennan says she woke up naked and alone in her bed. Guys texted her asking if she had his wallet, which he found in her couch cushions. Brennan doesn't remember giving him permission to come over. Days later, Brennan was told by a co worker. A nude photo of her had been shared with members of the L S U football team that CBS is Jericho, Duncan. Wisconsin's morning news, sponsored by New Male Medical Center discovered the new U it Milwaukee's number one health clinic coming up, Boy Scouts go bankrupt WTMJ news time is 7 35 guys, If you're one of the many men dealing with.

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Pentagon begins planning for troop drawdowns in Afghanistan and Iraq

Tom and Curley

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Pentagon begins planning for troop drawdowns in Afghanistan and Iraq

"Has learned. The Pentagon expects President Trump's to order a major drawdown of troops in Afghanistan and Iraq by mid January, clearly blind sized incoming by the administration. And it's interesting to note that the administration of George W. Bush refused to make any troop adjustments in Afghanistan or Iraq in the period following the election of Barack Obama, retired U. S. Army colonel and CBS News military analyst Jeff

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"military analyst" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WSB-AM

"2020 on 95.5 ws mean President Trump disputes a report in the Atlantic that he calls dead servicemember, suckers and losers will not visit a World War one cemetery in France because he didn't want to muss his hair. Horrible things were said fake things Corrupt. AP Substantiate The Atlantic's reporting, CBS military analyst Jeff McCausland. Master's Mr Trump. Many might even argue this could be an act of Hollywood moment. This particular election campaign Military Times poll this week already shows Biden leading Trump among active duty troops buying calls it a sacred obligation of the commander in chief to honor and protect US service members. North Carolina males absentee ballots today for the November election, CBS Major Garrett says a record number of Americans may vote by mail. This cycles 80 million voters are expected to cast ballots by mail. Testing elections officials and voters patients as never before. Democrats tend to vote by mail more than Republicans do, especially because President Trump attacks the process after the president's remarks this week in Wilmington, North Carolina, warns Voting twice is illegal. The mayor of Rochester, New York, suspend seven officers involved in the suffocation death of Daniel Prude and Mark approved. Was spelled. By our police department. I'm until health care system. Our society. And he was hailed by me. Officers pinned the naked, handcuffed man to the ground with a spit hood over his face until he stopped breathing. His family had hoped to get him help. Former first lady Jackie Kennedy Onassis estate on Martha's Vineyard sells for under asking price non profits or paid $27 million to purchase Red Gate Farm. They plan to turn the property into conservation land open to the public reporter Pam Coulter says the squib knock it. Pond reservation includes Dunes, Pond trails and beach. Kennedy family keeps 95 Acres, including their home, a parrot that sings like Beyonce You be the judge..

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"military analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's hard to think of how comedy could work. If you felt like it could go any direction. But you kind of have done that here. Oh, yeah, This is actually an actually a bit a bit in the book where He imagines that there could be no comedy. If time moves backwards. He has this experience and and is imagining himself. Falling out of a hole as opposed to falling into a hole. And now that's not funny, but somehow God like Wow. Your father's a theoretical physicist. That's so cool. Ah, this is what makes it hard, but sometimes it's nice when I'm walking down the street and there's someone yelling at me, and I think, but you were just particles vibrating. And so am I. And we're part of the same places you know, trying to be kind and Buddhist about it because of that, But it doesn't really work. It doesn't magical level, you know. Here. Yeah, I've had that experience, too. It's very, very difficult for me to have presence of mind when When provoked. Is your father's study? Time. Is that his? What is his now? He is. Ah, is a military analyst. So I would say not rum. I think I think It's tough to be a theoretical chemist, and I think you become a theoretical chemist because you break things in the lab. And they don't anymore. Ah, I always That's always was the thing I was not. Good at math. And Frustrated me. Because I always sort of wanted to go in that direction with my life, and it wasn't My father was an engineer. And he was very good at math on DH. I just felt I think because of that I felt somehow. I could see what it looked like to be good at math, and I just didn't have the confidence that I was going to be able to get to that. So.

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"military analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"South Kota last night, Avery special Hello to South Dakota. As we begin this Fourth of July weekend, the first lady and I would wish Each and every one of you a very, very happy independent state And the president said activist who are trying to knock down historical statues and monuments are conducting what he called a merciless campaign to wipe out Country's history. US is heading into a very unique Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled beaches and bars close health authorities warning this could be it. Vehicle turning point for covert 19. It could get worse or better, depending on how the public gatherings go. Military analyst retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert Maginnis tells us Americans have experienced very turbulent recent set of weeks. I think all of us were reeling to certain degree from covert 19 whether it's Will you wear a mask or to social distance or to figure out how to do our jobs differently and two celebrated the same time on a lot of mixed emotions. Really challenge I think for all of us and more of these stories, a townhome dot com A leaf factor. Effective pain relief. That really, really works. How do I know that? I don't have a script. I don't have talking points. I live it. I've been taking it for a year and 1/2. I had lower back pain issue that had been plaguing me for nine years, almost a decade. I took really effective for two weeks. Yes, two weeks and my pain was gone and it still gone. That's experience of Tens of thousands of Americans who are taking really factor right now. Don't take my word for it, see their incredible video testimonials. That really factor dot com and then find out for yourself. If this incredible drunk free product could work for you.

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"military analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"Mostly quiet since exiting the trump administration in two thousand eight joining us on the company's line is military analyst and retired four star general Barry McCaffrey Sir what is your relationship with James Madison and your reaction to his harsh criticism of president trump over the demonstrations well of course I've known and all those new armed forces no matter he's an enormously respected figure particularly the army and marine corps combat troops the warrior monk an intellectual a man of tremendous integrity I think his recent article and land acquisition strong denunciation of Mr trump who essentially it turned into a lawless figure on impulsive figure and one who is ignoring the push back he's getting from his own secretary defense in terms of trade he asked to employ military power to dominate peaceful protests around the country this is a strange danger situation for all of us James Mattis seems like he's a man who wanted to stay out of politics and didn't want to attack the president and as a general saying he took an oath to defend the constitution and then went on to say never did I dream that troops taking the same oath would be ordered and directly circumstance to violate the constitutional rights of their fellow citizens much less to provide a bizarre photo op for the elected commander in chief with military leadership standing along side him there's a lot that doesn't meet the eye at that so called the photo op and it's important to clarify it but difficult to do so that was not the armed forces that with the National Guard under presidential control that which federal police via a grab bag of hops from various agencies and the person giving the orders to the Attorney General not the chairman JCS and in America need to understand that the joint chiefs of staff the chairman has zero command authority over anyone he's an adviser to the national security council and its members in the present United States and I think both he and checked area for had strongly rejected the notion of employing U. S. active forces National Guard went there under state or district control they actually are authorized to backup law enforcement so it's a different question but this is a very confusing again dangerous unwarranted use of police admit and National Guard forces particularly lap by at quarter to push out peaceful protesters exercising their rights under the constitution president trump lashing back calling the former defense secretary one of the world's most over rated generals what would you say to that this is embarrassing you can say things like that but Mr trump expected tenure I mean what does that even mean it means that the two point one million men and women the armed forces all over we manage it hasn't have appropriate I respect form he's a fighter enough intellectual on a man of enormous integrity at this nanny nanny boo boo stuff I've never heard anything like it I have an adult never mind the protein knighted states he has essentially now disregarded the guide rails of the of the American constitution Mr trump is out of control in the only institutions that are appropriate controls behavior R. the Congress in the United States the court system the media and the voters not the generals and admirals to the armed forces so we have a real challenge but I think Mr trump has gone so far out of of the laws Embolo as that matters felt he had to speak up and I'm glad he did retired four star general Barry McCaffrey thank you so much Sir good to be with you it's three forty now at komo news sent on to sports wear henna fail coaches can start working on their own team facilities again that story more from Connellsville sports but hardly exterior sports desk a memo sent out by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell opens the doors for team buildings that have been off limits to coaches and players since the coronavirus restrictions in March James was still coordinate with local health departments about proper safety procedures saints quarterback drew Brees used his Instagram account to apologize to the city of New Orleans African American teammates and fans he may have offended by saying he does not agree with anybody who disrespects the American flag breeze was referring to Colin Kaepernick and other players who took a knee during the playing of the national anthem before games pro football hall of Famer former Washington husky and Seahawks quarterback Warren moon says many still don't understand Capper Nick's message we have to have better policing we have to have people are treated better as far as human rights are concerned and that's all he was trying to talk about during that time moon speaking with TSN sports in Canada NBA.

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National Guard to deploy against coronavirus in New York, California, Washington

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

04:59 min | 2 years ago

National Guard to deploy against coronavirus in New York, California, Washington

"Well normally at this hearing for the White House coronavirus briefing but that is not going to be until later on this afternoon here's the last that we hear from the president today I'm announcing action to help New York California and Washington insure that the national guard guard can effectively respond to this crisis so what does it look like when the National Guard gets involved we call of CBS news military analyst retired army major my clients first and foremost this these are your friends and family members who are local to these regions this is not authorizing active duty forces to come in from other states or other bases throughout the country this is just local National Guard units that are now been federalized which means the federal government's going to pay for them and now they'll bring manpower equipment stocks and supplies in the old also read the capability to channel into other military assets in order for them to do whatever it takes on the ground there whatever the medical people are saying to do whatever the governor wants them to do there is the likely perform everything from building hospitals to channeling people to help on getting tests and also doing some some form about okay crowd control because there's going to be more people in certain areas now that the police could probably not have dental before so this is actually a good thing I think it you'll see the National Guard once again come through you have some first hand experiences because you lived near new Rochelle right which was actually cordoned off yeah I'm one mile from the epicenter where this whole thing started and we've been pretty much locked down here for the past twelve days or so watching New York City watching the governor here they've been I think you're pretty calm cool and collected all the way through and and people are paying attention so I'm fine unfortunately my neighbor is emerge from doctor he has tested positive for and so it's it's really close to home here right now for for folks the living this region yeah well I mean I got a note from some friends about someone I knew quite well who has passed away because of this so it's yeah it's touching us all so in terms of of the medical response we have a basically a field hospital being constructed the park to handle the overflow but I mean does this are we talking about the army medics taking over case so the hospitals can't handle it how far does that go that's possible not just story they'll be a corpsman from the navy Air Force medics as well and I think what you'll see is ingenuity and that is it seems as though the challenge of this is this ventilators and of getting individuals on breathing tubes to help them recover and so the army's got experience with this from the fighting is the evil epidemic or pandemic back in twenty fourteen so kind of dusted up playbook awful bit and know what to do in terms of how to set these facilities up and now the ingenuity is going to be how they share ventilators until the commercial side until we can get enough for each individual so I know that's one of the things that that I had seen that that they're working on right now so I am gonna bring a lot of ingenuity and a lot of in manpower to the situation right right away no so so how does this work I mean if I feel ill I know to call my doctor but you know I don't have the phone number for the National Guard so yeah at what point do they enter the medical system in a perfect world you won't see the National Guard in till you're possibly into the system you might see a National Guard soldier helping with some of the long lines for example here in New York all the outside testing facilities in your car I've seen some National Guard soldiers helping with some of those traffic situations that's where you'll see the mu you won't call the national guard this is them being used by the government by the civilian authorities in a in a way that that that allows them to put resources into place quickly it without the kind of the bureaucratic tape that usually goes with that deploying a lot of people to a lot of blood different areas so what kind of testing is going on there there's general testing going on now there is more significant testing taking place in Carstairs said what started as the original outside testing center in your shell a few weeks ago now there's one up for example close to west point in Orange County north of here in New York City so it just seems like with doing is they've kind of put a pen in the middle of a map here New York and then they're expanding that testing capability you know really each day it's outside it's because people individuals that are lined up intense and you take the test in your car and I saw the call for still to make an appointment they're still tremendous amount of weight for it in terms of you might wait for a couple hours but you get online you get your appointment and then you get the results a few days later now they're trying to come up with the test to get you the results within forty five minutes to still not there yet CBS military analyst retired army major Mike Lyons that takes us to eight thirty nine which traffic electricity just quickly to go on that day of the washer emergency management department just tweeted out a couple minutes ago that there are still no missions assigned to the Washington National Guard at this

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"military analyst" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WTOP

"One eighty weight loss empowering a healthier you eight thirty five the United States has signed a peace deal with the Taliban the goal is to add the eighteen year our war in Afghanistan and bring all U. S. troops home under the agreement thirteen thousand troops will withdraw from the country within the next fourteen months the agreement is contingent on the Taliban keeping up its end of the agreement CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons explains the impact the US troop withdrawal will have the troop withdrawal I think it's going to happen I think the the president wanted that is I campaign promise it's not only the troops not only the four thousand troops that'll come out within the next hundred thirty five days it'll be the thousands of contractors that's the little secret behind Afghanistan it's it's been a boon for the defense contracting industry as retired military has gone back there as instructors and and the like so I think with those individuals coming out there's going to be a significant left a footprint of American forces and American citizens Afghanistan that is CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons coming up after traffic and weather Maryland may defy a trump administration warning about state laws that hamper immigration agents it's eight thirty six message and data rates may apply individual results vary exclusions apply contacts and glasses are such a hassle I'd love to finally get lay sick but I'm gonna stop you right there if you want.

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U.S. signs peace agreement with Taliban

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 2 years ago

U.S. signs peace agreement with Taliban

"The United States has signed a peace deal with the Taliban the goal is to add the eighteen year our war in Afghanistan and bring all U. S. troops home under the agreement thirteen thousand troops will withdraw from the country within the next fourteen months the agreement is contingent on the Taliban keeping up its end of the agreement CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons explains the impact the US troop withdrawal will have the troop withdrawal I think it's going to happen I think the the president wanted that is I campaign promise it's not only the troops not only the four thousand troops that'll come out within the next hundred thirty five days it'll be the thousands of contractors that's the little secret behind Afghanistan it's it's been a boon for the defense contracting industry as retired military has gone back there as instructors and and the like so I think with those individuals coming out there's going to be a significant left a footprint of American forces and American citizens Afghanistan that is CBS news military analyst Mike

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US set to sign peace deal with Afghanistan's Taliban

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

US set to sign peace deal with Afghanistan's Taliban

"The United States has now signed a peace deal with the Taliban with a goal of ending the eighteen year war in Afghanistan and bringing all U. S. troops home the agreement is contingent on the Taliban keeping up its end of the agreement CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons says a deal paves the way for future generations of Afghans to defend themselves against unruly behavior by their government a stairs will think that this is not going to work in the long run that might be the case in in ten years from now the Taliban could be ruling Afghanistan similar to what they did twenty years ago but the bottom line is U. S. forces at that point will not be on the ground will will contain any threats inside of Afghanistan through strategic weapons but it looks like United States is done spending blood and treasure with regard to defending the Afghan people that they're going to do for themselves and under this agreement all thirteen thousand troops will withdraw from the country in the next fourteen

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"military analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Base CBS military analyst my client says there are other steps that should have been taken the US armed forces changes the training all they'll do is put the training separate and apart from the current training with other US citizens that that could be something as an alternative to that point you don't necessarily get some of that and get ideas and and camaraderie that you're trying to establish the peace you next Attorney General bill Barr says the shooting was an act of terrorism motivated by jihadist ideology again three US soldiers were killed in that attack New York governor Andrew Cuomo plans to build on the technology that help now the man accused in a stabbing attack at a rabbi's home last month the suspect was in court earlier Grafton Thomas pleaded not guilty to federal hate crimes charges that accused him of targeting victims because of their religious beliefs the indictment said Thomas attempted to kill five people who were celebrating Hanukkah and a rabbi's home because of their religion the indictment also accused Thomas of obstructing the free exercise of religious beliefs by the ultra orthodox Jews who would gather December twenty eighth well Thomas appeared in court governor Andrew Cuomo said the state would install license plate readers throughout Rockland county a similar device help catch Thomas as he entered New York City following the attack Erin Peters ski ABC news New York New indication that last month's deadly shooting inside of a kosher supermarket in New Jersey could have been much worse NBC New York says a bomb found inside the suspects van was so powerful it could have killed nine people five football fields away one detective and three civilians were killed during the standoff a hearing in fort Lauderdale for confessed parkland school shooter Nicolas cruise he's charged with assaulting an officer in November twenty eighteen and trying to steal his taser.

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Military says 2 US troops killed, 2 injured when vehicle hit by roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Military says 2 US troops killed, 2 injured when vehicle hit by roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan

"To American service members killed when their vehicle hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar province two other service members were injured in the attack the Taliban has claimed responsibility CBS news military analyst and retired army major Mike Lyons says the U. S. is still training Afghan security forces in the region the service members there are still very much in harm's way as they work alongside the Afghan security forces who really bear the brunt of this but still as US forces try to train inspire and make sure that they don't commit similar mistakes over these are the kind of attacks that the Taliban can make that step can have significant input with regard to whether or not we continue these

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Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

WBZ Morning News

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

"Amid pressure from several countries Iran has admitted that it shot down the Ukraine jetliner by mistake president Hassan Rouhani says a military investigation finds missiles fired due to human error brought down the Boeing seven thirty seven calling it an unforgivable mistake Iran coming clean at taking responsibility is avoiding years of wrangling and expense and flying in and out and fighting over details and so on our Elizabeth Palmer in Tehran Iran's president Hassan Rouhani blamed the tragedy on threats and bullying by the United States so you can see where the state spent is going to go with that the Iranians were on high alert because they were provoked and so the U. S. shares some of the blame CBS news military analyst my clients saying that states needs to take a step back help Canada help the U. K. other countries who had citizens that were on that plane with regard to any possible friends ex CBS news update on that

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Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

"Pressure from several countries Iran has admitted that it shot down the Ukraine jetliner by mistake president Hassan Rouhani uses a military investigation finds missiles fired due to human error brought down the Boeing seven thirty seven calling it an unforgivable mistake Iran coming clean and taking responsibility is avoiding years of wrangling and expense and flying in and out and fighting over details and so on our Elizabeth Palmer in Tehran Iran's president Hassan Rouhani blamed the tragedy on threats and bullying by the United States so you can see where the state spent is going to go with that the Iranians were on high alert because they were provoked and so the U. S. shares some of the blame CBS news military analyst my clients the United States needs to take a step back help Canada help the U. K. other countries who had citizens that were on that plane with regard to any

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"military analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Bit slow that's construction related everything on two seventy looks much better I twenty five a little bit slow still southbound I. twenty five heading into downtown that is normal traffic as you're trying to make that merge everything else soap in good shape Aaron Copeland KO eight five thirty one ten point whether it's clear and twenty now we're on the way down to seventeen sunshine in forty five for Saturday Sunday and Monday lows each night about twenty five our top story on K. away a promise of appropriate action in response to the downing of a you're creating a jetliner outside to run that message from US officials citing intelligence they possess indicates an Iranian a missile brought down the plane military analyst Steve getting heard says Iran needing months to analyze the plane's black boxes when that usually takes less than a day to complete everything seems to be to slow down investigation to to prevent getting to the real truth Iranians are saying they'll announce their initial findings tomorrow and the Denver zoo is stepping up and finding relief efforts to save the animals as the Australian wildfires continue to burn our national response the five thousand dollar donation out of our emergency support fun that we have on hand to help with these exact type of things all the other efforts and we also ask the community to rally around us she could be a says the Denver zoo will match the contributions from the public up to five thousand dollars donate on Denver zoo dot org by clicking the support tab proceeds go to zoos Victoria who.

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Did Iran Shoot Down Ukrainian Passenger Jet?

First Light

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Did Iran Shoot Down Ukrainian Passenger Jet?

"Ron kill a jetliner full of people in its zeal to pay back the U. S. for the missile strike that killed its top general all one hundred seventy six people aboard were killed when a Ukrainian eight hundred series Boeing seven thirty seven crashed shortly after takeoff from Tehran around the same time Iran was launching a volley of fifteen missiles at bases in Iraq hosting U. S. forces prime minister of Ukraine confirms there are no survivors he says the country's embassy in Tehran is now trying to clarify the circumstances of the crash Boeing released a statement saying and they're gathering more information but there is widespread speculation the crush is linked to the missile launches from Iran ABC's Julia macfarlane monitoring developments from London the missile attack appears not to have killed any American forces ABC news military analyst Steve again you're not surprised there's just a chance here that may be the running it's intended to shoot into the open desert to not harm to the U. S. but to be able to go back to their own people and say we stood up to America president trump to comment later

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Cycle of revenge: What's next after killing of Iran general?

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Cycle of revenge: What's next after killing of Iran general?

"First the rising tensions between the US and Iran here's ABC the state department warning Americans to leave the rock immediately and a vow of revenge by Ron following the death of its top military general general Qasim Solomonic killed by a U. S. drone strike outside Baghdad's airport that strike ordered by president trump ABC's military analyst Steve Gaillard says the U. S. action marks a new moment in Middle East politics and tension they said we're taking this guy out as a preemptive measure it as a defensive measure it's not offense of his not retribution but when the U. S. sees that they need to take military action preemptively the policy is now changing global leaders are reacting calling for call now for a stranger growing after a U. S. air strike killed Iran's top military commander in Baghdad a top European Union official is urging all parties involved to avoid further escalation at all costs Charles Michelle the president of the European Council says the risk of the recent cycle of violence in Iraq is a generalized flare up of violence in the

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The Latest: Searchers believe no other protesters in campus

Michael Medved

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Searchers believe no other protesters in campus

"House Hong Kong police are planning to send a team of negotiators into a university campus to coax a small group of protesters trapped inside for over a week to surrender the move came after pro democracy politicians who won a landslide victory in Sunday's district council elections call for an end to the police siege at the polytechnic university to let the protesters leave military analyst colonel Robert Maginnis says the Hong Kong government has taken measures to protect its citizens from reprisals from China well the Congress of course is passed a couple of bills that are democracy in Hong Kong the combination of the potential assault by the Congress seventy she gave it all in a member of the British house of lords is among a group of international observers hailed the high turn out and said quote it shows that there is a great groundswell in Hong Kong who believes in

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Secretary of Navy says Trump’s tweet is not a formal order

Rick and Bubba Show

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Secretary of Navy says Trump’s tweet is not a formal order

"Update as part of several recent actions involving military discipline president trump ordered a convicted seal restored in rank and pay when the navy then announced hearings about having them removed from the seals Mr trump tweeted about it meeting to reports now the night that the navy secretary would quit he says I do not the interpret what the president does I do what he says but navy secretary Richard Spencer does that that needs to be said as a formal order not a tweet maybe notify chief petty officer Edward Gallagher he will face a review early next month to determine if you should remain on the only force CBS news military analyst my client a certain norms that they expect that the commander in chief to abide by and and while he use that power to restore his rank to what it was prior to him being convicted of of his crime the president usually doesn't get involved with the administrative procedures is not determining who exactly is a member of the

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"military analyst" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:31 min | 2 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Something called armistice day on November eleventh on or the end of the worst conflict in world conflict in world history which unfortunately was surpassed a short time later in there been many war sense and for quite awhile now we call the veterans day we thought we'd have on a guy we've had on the show for many years now is our military analyst if there's a a war somewhere or some domestic discussion of our military or whatever we have my clients on but we thought to be a good time to have him on on this veterans day talk a little broader about this day and we've invited my clients military analyst for CBS news frequent guest on the Armstrong you get a show to chat with us about veterans day Mike how are you Sir I going guys and thanks so much for having me especially on such a state that I really appreciate it you know this one is just seen a check before we jump back on the air with you that the the difficulty here is to it's in caps like this chat into a few minutes as opposed like a two three hour podcast as we talk about the service and America's relationship to its military in days gone by and and at Lee and and how we tend to take our our fighting men and women for granted in my opinion what do you think of when it comes around a veterans day what's foremost in your mind yeah I'm just glad it matters again I know I when I first got in the military early on I would go out and kill people I was in the military and I had people say to me all in the game but he did that anymore and you know that was that that ended that terrible Vietnam era where we blamed our soldiers to that situation that happened on the ground there and I'm glad we've come full circle now we no longer blame our soldiers and and I'm grateful for those Vietnam veterans that that withstood a tremendous hardship and had to deal with lot of things that they shouldn't have said that to do and I'm glad that we're grateful for vengeance now again I'm glad it's come full circle and and I think most veterans feel it's not about you know about me it's about the had her that turned into me it's always been about those Vietnam veterans and enough to keep going up to World War two veterans in the Korean War veterans and it's always about that other generation and I'm glad that that we we no longer take those veterans for granted what's something that should be thought about on veterans day aside from the things you just said should we be talking about the state of our military the state of conflicts around the world whether or not we should be in them or not what what what what traction there you know I always say I'm a numbers guy in a look at some of the numbers here and the reason why you look on social media today and all of the remembrance day for the British military and the Canadian forces you to think about the numbers of some of those country lost and it was worth a hundred thousand alone World War one the British Army took you know we we have had those kind of cans to since the civil war and in our country every every like this is so valuable so I I think that it we we we forget that we still do live in the in the safest time in the history of the world and there hasn't been this this mass of of warfare and when we don't have the mass casualties anymore now we're we're we're a heartbeat away were a matchstick away when you know it can happen any time I was with a nuclear weapons we haven't but I I think that we should look at what's what we're doing more for now and we should look at as to where we're deploying troops and we should you know what we should Mr try to bring soldiers home we should break a night that we've got to figure out where we need to put them in places that keep us safe you're on the home and I've read a couple books recently that made the point that most societies through history have had a very specific very important process of welcoming man back from war everybody knew how to do that and when to do that and the idea that you would just get off a plane and wander back to your apartment or your home or whatever is it is a modern saying and and not a healthy thing the I have a feeling you know what I'm driving at yeah any thoughts on that how to better welcome warriors back from from Warren conflict yeah and I I think said soon in today's world there's this focus on having them have jobs I think that's so important right now we've got a look at the the mental health aspect because when you go to a war zone it's it's not like anything easy nor society and and what happens and what you see there and then you come across this line back again that plane and you go home I I can I never forget going there in in in in and I'm landing looking at the the anti aircraft guns that were surrounding the airport I'm going with this is this is on and then leading having that same feeling of going back to the world we as we say back then but I'm not transition to get to get a job and to be welcome back is is important and again we didn't always do it I think we're doing a better job of it now unfortunately there's people out there trying to take advantage of it as well but if you can look at you know at a veteran that you could possibly higher for your for your work I did give that person another look and look everybody is a very competitive out there and and everything is like but I I'll say that better and will do whatever they can to make sure the job gets done this is looking at your resume up on our screen here as about the re introduce you as my clients are military analysts that we talked to on all things military over the years and thought we have young on veteran's day but what particular on military I wanna say adventure but that's probably not the right word mission are you most proud of being a part of yeah I see the I took a hundred twenty men into combat and took a hundred twenty men back home to their families and I'm never accomplished anything that'll have that same magnitude or that same value you know it's something that I've always you know it's hard it's you know when you go on a job interview and you try to tell somebody that kind of look at this side I but but for the men at a server if it's something that it we know that we did and and look I I have a lot we have a lot of work with a lot of things but I had a job to do in combat and I you know everybody had to do their job in combat and I think that you know for me that's it nothing will ever come I I could do a lot of things in my life going for now they'll never come anything close to them a simple yesterday that it's something like half or slightly more than half of the service people are or are uncomfortable when people say thank you for your service and you know there are plenty of people mean it sincerely that I think of course it's kind of an easy thing to do for other people do you have any thoughts on that alternatives or anything yeah I know I'm grateful for that too I I don't people make a big deal about that I I don't know why I wanted someone says that to me I I truly thank them for saying that to me and you know I volunteered I raise my hand I knew what I was getting into I didn't think it was going to happen on a lot of level to go back in the early eighties and it's a lot of people never think of the guy was going to but I was well prepared to train my whole adult life for that job and but no I I don't understand I don't look at that cynically acting someone's gratefulness it and and look there's there's people that want to serve that can't cancer couldn't serve whatever the case may be if that's what you know they can do to help out a better I think that's fine but it's not something that doesn't make me any better than them or or anything else but I I I have no problem with that and again I watched reports the younger generation or some people get excited about that like you know they did deserve something from it it just is not the case for me my client's military analyst for CBS news and and frequently for us as well Mike we really appreciate the time and in your thoughts and you know let's continue this discussion on another day because it will always be relevant yes good guys and thanks for everything you do for active forces in and read that and everything and getting the word out and it's it's something I I really pushing for you guys to write well thanks thank you for saying that I think we're all called to serve our country and would ever ways we find appropriate thanks Mike that's a pretty good veterans day conversation and his highlight that he hit us with that that's you know and make more mobile my mark on you then thank creased quarterly sales for when she gets corporation all right all right is anything wrong with that because Ronald willing to lead off leash bits as us find out for that right now we're not going to all or have the ability to lead out but you know people into battle and how that sort of thing but that's a that's something right yeah I the I who we're pressed for time it did kind of a poor job of asking one of the questions about helping vets readjusted and it's the end and Dave Grossman has written about this in his book on killing in Sebastian Junger strive which I've mentioned many times they do a really good job of explaining how in days gone by and in smaller civilizations in particular there was a of time an inevitable period of time from the battlefield back to the home front often it was months of travel in being a draw you know mustard Altan filling out forms going through exams in the rest of it all the while being surrounded by your fellow soldiers and talking through what it happened and what you've seen and then bit by bit by bit your injected back into the real world and there were ceremonies there were traditions at practically every family had been to war and Graham all remember how was when grandpa came back from war and the rest of it and it was everybody knew what to say and what to do with what the rituals were as opposed to an end you know jarring it is you get on a they're playing the you know you're not in an airport Minneapolis Saint Paul in a few hours later you in the Bahamas well imagine being in a battle zone and then half a day later you're there in you know suburban America with people **** about the traffic or the price of whatever you're.

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Tensions Run High Between Trump and Rouhani

WBZ Afternoon News

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Tensions Run High Between Trump and Rouhani

"Well tensions are high after to tack on a Saudi oil processing center the United States Iran trading blame over this we get an update now from CBS and Matt Piper the White House is not ruling out a potential meeting between president trump and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani even after Washington accused Iran of being behind drone attacks on Saudi oil facilities this weekend Iran denies the allegations made by secretary of state Pompeii that it was behind the attacks on the oil industry congressman Adam Schiff was on face the nation I think it underscores just what we really frankly came to expect from this unending war in Yemen that would escalate tensions in the region he says diplomacy with Iran is the only way out of the situation CBS news military analyst my clients this is going to cause countries in the Middle East to rethink some of their defense budget Saudi Arabia for example spends about sixty seven billion dollars annually on defense and yet a very low grade weapon platform like these drones were used to destroy a very significant commercial plant there after the Jack Saudi Arabia stock market fell by two point three

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John Bolton out as Trump's national-security adviser

Power Trading Radio

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

John Bolton out as Trump's national-security adviser

"John Bolton the hawkish national security adviser with whom the president trump had a strong disagreements in Iran Afghanistan a cascade of other global challenges is out military analyst retired lieutenant colonel Robert Maginnis says the Boltons out of it a sort of this was no longer compatible with the secretaries of defense and state asper and palm. a different approach your moral team mates in a larger administration Moore's Bolton was you know kind of a a tiger and a bull in a China shop did he really want to listen to a lot of other alternatives I I'm not coming from inside people saying that you know he he didn't see a war he didn't want to engage president says eleven new national security adviser

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What’s happening between Hezbollah and Israel? The latest confrontation, explained

Correspondents Report

05:42 min | 2 years ago

What’s happening between Hezbollah and Israel? The latest confrontation, explained

"Now the middle east held. It's breath last week when israel's military exchanged fire with the shia militant group hezbollah over the border with lebanon it marks the first open open hostilities since two thousand fifteen raises fears of another conflict on the scale of the war they fought in two thousand and six but no one died in the latest clash which which both sides have claimed as a win his middle east correspondent eric torture work. It sounds much more serious than it was. After a drone attack destroyed royd hezbollah site in the lebanese capital beirut and an israeli air strike killed two hezbollah members operating in syria the shiite muslim militant group promised it it would seek revenge then on september the first a hezbollah scored fide anti-tank missiles at an israeli armored vehicle and a military base on the southern inside the lebanese border israel responded by firing one hundred artillery shells into southern lebanon and deploying ami attack helicopters to fire at some targets over the border. The escalation initially seemed like the most serious confrontation between israel and hezbollah since they fought a month long war in two thousand and six six given hezbollah is armed and backed by iran. Any conflict with the group has serious regional implications. Things seemed especially bad. When footage outage emerged of israeli soldiers being taken to hospital by helicopter hezbollah linked meteorologist. Let's in lebanon began. Claiming four israelis had been killed in the attack calling it a major victory for the group and fitting retaliation israel's attacks. If four soldiers had indeed been killed history suggests israel would have launched launched major attacks against hezbollah something with devastating consequences for the civilian population in southern lebanon hezbollah's rockets also pose a terrifying lying danger to people living in northern israel but israel's military says the antitank missiles caused only minor damage an a two soldiers inside the armored vehicle were not injured despite some spectacular smoke giving the impression of heavy damage the shows israel fight into lebanon response seemed to have been aimed at empty fields. It's not buildings a day later. The only evidence of the bombardment was shell casings and burnt crops. So what was the point. Israel's military in a press conference with the foreign media said the incident had somewhat positive outcome. The israel defense force had been expecting an attack from hezbollah and had reduced. It's overt presence on the border in a bizarre development. It admitted to local journalists that it had faked the medical evacuation presumably to convince hezbollah that there was. There's no need for further attacks. Some reports suggest hezbollah had also asked israel through intermediaries not to respond to forcefully because the fighting was effectively over the key. I'm for both sides appears to have been propaganda. Hezbollah is still crowing about its victory over israel sang reports that soldiers. I just did not die. Were part of a pattern of israeli lies. The missile strikes were an attempt to show that the group would respond to any israeli attacks judging by the the response from people in southern lebanon hezbollah succeeded residents crowded onto hilltops to watch the israeli bombardment saying they were proud of hezbollah standing up to israel many described the hostilities as a victory for hezbollah for its part israel's military can claim to have correctly gauged and prepared for hezbollah's allows retaliation although military analysts are suggesting it was only lock that prevented casualties that important factor aside the elaborate and violent theater later on the border seems to have been sound and fury signifying nothing it does leave both sides with fewer options for next time and there will be a next time time israel says some of its strikes in syria have been to stop hezbollah developing factories to build precision guided missiles with help from iran the missiles house which can hit targets with an accuracy of ten meters would pose an even greater danger to israel than hezbollah's already sizeable arsenal hezbollah's leader says the group rupaul ready has precision guided missiles and it's not building them itself nevertheless israel's military and government have been clear that the country will continue to try to disrupt erupt any missile program israel has not claimed responsibility for the drone attacking by route but there are no other likely culprits so there will be more strikes against hezbollah and more reasons for the group to retaliate hezbollah has shown it believes a violent response is important for public relations purposes even if it doesn't want another war with israel. It's also very interesting to say. Just how reluctant israel is for another war with hezbollah the country's about to vote in an historic career on of its national elections. It's facing constant agitation from palestinian militant. Factions in gaza is watching the deteriorating situation with iran in the persian linkov a damaging war in southern lebanon suits neither israel nor hezbollah right now by side snow the other position which according to israeli journalist on fifa makes the fight between israel and hezbollah the middle east's most stable enmity. You might say israel and hezbollah are good enemies. They understand dan. Each other's aims enact fairly rationally. It's strange to say the lengths both were willing to go to basically to blow some stuff up for p._r. Purposes all the while hoping nobody got hurt in a rage with few true friendships perhaps good or at least predictable enemies of the next best thing the good enemy eric torture. They're reporting from jerusalem.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Other important issues with the these candidates if they let it be NBC had the same problem I kind of let the inmates run the asylum well and that's what happened back with the Republican debate see I mean when you get that many people think about it how you gonna get the feel some wonderful details as to how you're going to convince Congress for example to pass the tax increase is necessary for you to have socialized medicine well yeah you're in there they they there's well this is what we're gonna do I mean there anyway can under do you do to people at night for two weeks or do you just put in a big group what's scary is the amount of Americans who don't understand that none of these things can happen in a vacuum that Congress has to vote yes or no and that didn't come out about the many of these candidates when it came to healthcare but its weight may hear news radio eight forty WHAS jefra calls and CVS is military analyst the seals have a problem the navy seals what is that we'll find out more from Jeff next here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with cal girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Calabro said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurants unity W. okay wise Mappilas which.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Radio military analyst M. A. J. Mike lions L. Y. O. and S. mage Mike lions on Twitter I appreciate you taking the time Matt barely traffic on the five what's happening now sorry Tony on the cells northbound Madison Avenue was closed to be twenty and we're gonna say stuff eleven is stumbling twelve road this is because of a cyclist was hit and killed this morning by an S. U. V. drivers cooperating and everything this is around brewer in the meantime with those northbound lanes close you can use US thirty one of her phallic road like farther road to go north a good do that until we opened back up probably around nine AM that's what we're hoping that's what police have told give right of it which TV over this out in about sixty nine crash on the right shoulder and we are in jail from eighty second street back to one hundred and six street because what also look out for that right side before ninety six do a crash reported on Twitter W. why BC traffic so I could have a best your idea about sixty done to traffic is brutal here at the moment looking at north bound for sixty five still stacked up on the northwest side eighty six three to eight sixty five go Easter gonna be slow al to more radiant traffic sponsored by the walk to end Alzheimer's the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care support research returns essentially the end of this fall learn board a LZ dot org slash India I may bear with traffic on the far as follows on Twitter at W. I. B. C. traffic Hey it's rob Kendall the checks will be back Monday in the mean time have a great weekend trying to stay cool we'll talk to you nine to eleven do you.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Military analyst and former U. S. army major Michael Lyons joins us live and Mike are we approaching a point of no return here well the rains continue to push the United States right to that limit and and the the right one the red line for us is casualties in right now we haven't seen that in in the Persian Gulf if the rains continue to push the estates in these situations drones for example and forcing the US to respond we might end up firing on a rainy vessel that could escalate things very quickly United States since process specifically president trump has said that any and even one US casualty woods mean an all out attack here but is there a diplomatic solution to be had well the radiance propose something yesterday that the United States will say the non starter and that is this move up of this date where they can ratified certify their nuclear capability but the rains want all the sanctions lifted I think that that the U. S. at the top of the trash compactor that's a non starter but at least with the with reports about rand Paul becoming a back channel in the past we always used other countries like Turkey other middle eastern countries the back channel it is one thing we need to do right now is to set up a a hot line so to speak to the US and Iran just to make sure that things don't escalate and if they do or on the phone very quickly talking to them tensions continue CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons thank you for joining us here today moving into local news now police in Brockton bus stop a stolen vehicle rang a recovering more than two dozen ATVs mopeds and dirt bikes they say the ring leader of that staff was dare Gonzalez Rodriguez he's nineteen years old and he had help from a seventeen year old brother police are working on getting those stolen items back to the owners and state police are launching an investigation after a picture of a dog riding on the back of a flatbed tow truck blows up on social media W. B. C. T. V.'s Julie McDonald with story Michael Gary a dog lover himself thought it was a totally on the flat bed and once closer became a furious.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of happy faces around town and especially causeway street. Good morning, James and good morning. Jeff. And also a lot of sleepy is this morning. But no regret from those staying up to watch the Bruins defeat the hurricanes. One more win. Then we had to the Stanley Cup final. These folks I spoke to say we got Morrow in the bag to game. Yeah. Three. Oh. To the Stanley Cup. Yeah. Got it. All the way all the way. Yeah. All the way the MVP last night. According to Bruins fans to go Rask who stopped thirty five sonnets only allowing one goal the canes try to avoid elimination tomorrow night. But B's fans believe we're going to skate right past them. According live from the garden, James Rojo stubby. Boston's NewsRadio seven oh one. Now new developments in Iraq this morning. The State Department has ordered all non emergency government staff to leave the US embassy and get out of that country right now amid escalating tensions with Iran this morning. Our own Deb Lawler spoke with retired army major and CBS military analyst, Mike lions asked about this alert coming after Washington said it had detected new and urgent threats from Iran. They're concerned about Shia militias that are funded and supported about Iranian government. And they must have clear intelligence says going to attack. The US personnel civilians or military that are inside of Iraq by ordering this evacuation in both Airbnb dad, there's going to be virtually no services for US citizens inside of Iraq that are trying to do business there. It's going to be very it's a lot of pressure on those people who decide to stay the president yesterday knockdown report by the New York Times about sending us troops to the region. What we know about that one hundred twenty thousand were named in this report about going to the Middle East. I mean, that's significant number of ground troops. It's the number that we sent to Iraq initially in two thousand and three when we took out Saddam Hussein. But if they're going to go do something inside of Iran. We don't know that mission is it's not a lot of communications to what their role would be and ground forces do one thing they take ground, and they close with and destroy the enemy there, and there's been no communication from the administration as to whether they would go what they would do when they get their former army major and CBS military analyst. Mike lions again Iran recently threatened to not only ramp.

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"military analyst" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ten three six three six eight eight today. Rush Limbaugh on WCBS. You all remember guy named Ralph Peters. Well, Peter just to be a regular commentator on Fox News. He had an opinion column in the New York Post. He was a highly respected. Highly reputed military veteran military analyst he was very patriotic pro-american, but he couldn't handle Trump. Left FOX because FOX was too pro-trump. It made him nervous about Trump's a reprobate and a cream fan became a never-trumper. And it was sad to lose. Ralph Peters from our side. But we lost Ralph Peters. Ralph Peters just couldn't stomach working at Fox News with their so much support for Trump when he thought Trump was. Human debris last night. CNN? Anderson cooper. He had the Ralph Peters on as a guest said. The question is president said one thing, which is wouldn't it be great? If we could get along with Russia and being good thing and not a bad thing might also be as simple as them having an affinity for strong leaders are wanting to emulate them or being intimidated by them. I go back to what so far has not been addressed the Steele dossier, and it's been pooh-poohed and mocked, but that is way the Russians do business given Trump's behavioral profile. He was a perfect target. And you know, if he want various explanations, the Steele dossier is one viable one we need to know whether or not Vladimir Putin, whether he's any sort of control over the president United States, what Trump have to meet with them behind closed doors without witnesses. And I can't let it go. I just can't let it go. Steele dossier. Just rings true to me. That's just sad that the Steele dossier doesn't have one true. Sentence Senate the Steele dossier is a fraud. The steel. She has never been corroborated. It's never been verified. That's even been admitted to buy the. Estimable James Comey. And yet here's Ralph Peters who a lot of people used to trust. Claiming that that's what this all still is to him that this field the rings true. Ralf are you paying attention to Trump's policies that are damaging and threatening and harmful to Putin and Russia, he's not somebody. But boy, certainly not Putin's. What are you? This is just really really difficult to comprehend these these people. If you notice Anderson Cooper's question here, the president's had one thing, which is wouldn't it be great if we could get along with Russia. Well, wait a minute. What the hell's wrong with that? You have been pushing for utopia for as long as I've been alive which would be getting along with everybody. You're the ones that never saw any problem with the Soviets. You're never saw a single problem with Gorbachev for Andropov for Brezhnev or Khrushchev. You love those guys you love the Soviet Union. Ted Kennedy writing letters to cruise Jeff drope telling them to be patient while the Democrats in the Senate undermined Reagan. So Trump says wouldn't it be nice if we can get along with Russia and somehow this validates the steel Garcia? It's like it's like Evian. Brennan. Literally falling for a Trump joke. Brandon was out saying I have proof of collusion. Trump asked the Russians to hack Hillary Clinton's emails. John brennan. Obviously that never sense of humor. Nobody in the left has much of a sense of humor. They don't laugh. They don't crack jokes. They get offended by jokes. They clearly have no sensitivity for satire. They don't even know when they are being mocked and made fun of which is what Trump was doing with that comment. And the same thing wouldn't it be wonderful bit. You're going along with the Russians. He knows he's triggering these fools like Anderson Cooper who I got home. I got he's sending a he wants to work and help Putin. They're so blind. It's unreal. And to learn the extent to which people that we thought we can trust our so easily fooled because they don't have a sense of humor. Or because they have such bias. And in that bias is rooted so much personal hatred and disgust for somebody like Trump because he's just he's just not one of us is so bad. The Steele dossier. That is what you can't let go of the Steele dossier. He's the hoax. It's all they ever had. There was nothing but the steel and it was bought and paid for by Hillary Clinton. How can Ralph Peters not know this? And if he knows it how can he not factor that into this equation? Every corner of this. One name is a household. Name Limbaugh on the. EIB network. Rush limbaugh. Talk radio six eighty WCBS. Unplanned. The true story of Abby Johnson. Hung is director Planned Parenthood history. She believed in a woman's right to choose. I've had an abortion myself. So don't have any problem with another woman making the same decision until the day. She saw something that changed everything. Unplanned. The.

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"military analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"military analyst" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Four thirty one ten breaking news this morning. The United States is withdrawn from a nuclear pact with Russia. This is a nuclear agreement a weapons agree with it dates back to nineteen eighty seven towards the end of the Cold War and the dissolution of the USSR, but is a treaty that has been in dispute for number of years. It goes back to the Obama administration though. The Obama administration was ultimately unwilling to take Russia to task audited violations. Repeated violations of this treaty. Specifically goes to a missile system missile that Russia has a nuclear basil. With again is the treaty was called intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. It was put in place. Ultimately to prevent the United States and Russia for being able to fire do clear weapons at each other. So not having nuclear capable weapon that Russia could fire at the United States. But what we've seen through the continued buildup of Russian arms is it. They have Bissau's that violate the treaty. They've been notified by the United States that we believe that they violate the treaty. They've had time to rectify. They still have time to rectify it. If it's important to them, but it also goes to a larger fundamental issue about US foreign policy right in our military analyst skip ashes, well at it, skipped it goes to a US foreign policy that is also tried to back up our neighbors, more Europe because ultimately this treaty. Really did protect them. It was only between the US and Russia. So there's multiple reasons why the United States under the Trump administration has made the decision that past administrations complained about but we're unwilling to actually do. Well, we have a situation this treaty dealt with weapons that were fired within a range of five hundred kilometers to fifty five hundred kilometers. So these would be missing. That would be fired from the former Soviet Union or today's Russia, and they would not reach the United States. They would reach US forces in Europe, and they would also reach our NATO allies. So by getting rid of a an entire category of weapons what we did in the late eighties was to make Europe safer from both conventional nuclear attack, by means of these missiles, so this is a significant violation on the Russians part and a significant response on the US part to bring further protection to our NATO allies. They're doubling down Russia. We we've identified the specific missile with question. It's called the Nova tar nine eb seven twenty nine miss missile which Russia's argues comply. This is a thirty year old treaty. But again, this is not the Trump administration. Skip saying for the first time ever this violates the treaty this dates back to the Obama administration. But ultimately they were unwilling to start the. The withdrawal process. Absolutely. And twenty fourteen during the Obama administration is when the first warning went out from the State Department saying that the Russians were in non-compliance. So they were developing a system that violated the treaty. So this is not a trumpet initiative or a Trump discovery. But this is a Trump action to deal with it. And again, I think it's a flexi our foreign policy muscles is the Trump administration flexing, America's muscles at the world stage this directly with.

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