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"military analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"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.
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
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
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
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
2 American troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan
"That two American military service members were killed in Afghanistan today when the vehicle struck an explosive device in the southern province of Canada heart to other Americans were hurt the Taliban has claimed responsibility CBS news military analyst and retired US army major my clients here's what he has concluded about this incident the location of these deaths tells me they were training and possibly doing a counterinsurgency mission the roadside bomb remains the weapon of choice for the terrorist groups down there because it's easy to hide not easy to see low and expense and to get set up and something that has been very effective for them in keeping with the defense department regulations Pentagon hasn't yet identified the service personnel who were killed and wounded in eighteen years of war more than twenty four hundred American service members have been killed in Afghanistan twenty nineteen is one of the deadliest single years from reckon troops there twenty three were
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
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
Missile Strike Damage Appears Limited, but Iran May Not Be Done
"Iran retaliates for the U. S. airstrike that killed its top general firing a barrage of missiles overnight at a rocky bases housing U. S. troops Iran's supreme leader told a chanting crowd the attacks or a slap on the face of America president trump later tweeted that all is well there have been no reports of casualties but damage assessments are still under way Iran says fifteen missiles were fired from its territory to bases were struck at Alice side and B. L. Hussein but not as a professor of International Studies at Indiana University the intensity of the attacks seem lower than had been feared which is good news in terms of the escalation CBS news military analyst my client this could be more less a show of force this could be more or less them trying to show that they can do this trying to show their people they want to respond to this but knowing full well that if they don't hit anything on the other end that the Americans probably won't retaliate Iraq says Iran notified it when the attacks began in Tehran said they would be limited all eyes this morning will be on the White House for president trump's
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
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
Killing of Qassem Soleimani escalates U.S.-Iran tensions
"A U. S. airstrike near Baghdad's airport has taken out Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani and a stunning attack that has tensions in the region soaring overnight the Pentagon said in a statement it had taken decisive defensive action to protect Americans abroad the statement said saule Amani was developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members secretary of state Mike Pompeii on CNN this morning he was actively plotting in the region to take actions a big actions he described it that would have put dozens if not hundreds of American lives at risk Solomonic was killed near Baghdad airport by an American drone Iran Ian's learned of his death on state TV and all that is all about and not a like a bandit morning prayer chance of death to America the state department is urging all American citizens to leave Iraq now by plane if possible and buy land if not already some foreign workers are leading oil fields in southern Iraq the US military has been beefing up its presence in the region after the attack this week on the American embassy in Baghdad more than one hundred marines are guarding the facility hundreds of paratroopers have arrived in Kuwait three thousand more could be deployed and thousands of marines are now steaming toward the Persian Gulf CBS news military analyst my clients the US now will increase security throughout all its embassy and bases throughout the Middle East as we've got to be concerned about potential retaliation by Iran or proxy groups that have arene influence on them and analysts Joe serin Sione we are very vulnerable in the region we just killed the D. leading general of the Iranian military forces that puts all US military commanders in the cross hairs Ron has promised a harsh retaliation Deborah president trump says he ordered the strike after government intelligence learned Iranian militias were planning to kidnap Americans in Iraq correspondent major Garrett is at the White House this move marks a critical one hundred eighty degree turn for president trump and it comes as he campaigns for reelection and faces a possible Senate impeachment trial it's worth noting back in two thousand eleven in two thousand twelve Mr trump criticized then president Barack Obama for his Iran policy choices tweeting don't let Obama play the Iran card in order to start a war in order to get
Joe Biden on Killing of Qassem Soleimani: 'Trump Tossed a Stick of Dynamite Into a Tinderbox'
"President trump ordered a major escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran an airstrike in Baghdad kill one of the most powerful and influential men in the region Iran's top general for Mar a Lago president trump tweeted out a picture of the American flag the Pentagon has issued a statement confirming reports from Baghdad quote at the direction of the president the US military is taking decisive defensive action to protect US personnel abroad by killing Qasim fully money the head of Iran's Quds force which has been supporting malicious throughout the region was the target of the Baghdad airport bombing it also okay the pro Iranian Iraqi leader according to reports from there it's the latest escalation of tensions between the US and Iran threatening to split Iraq again into a civil war the Pentagon statement says general Soleimani was in Iraq to plan attacks on American targets U. S. precision bombings of pro Iranian malicious on Sunday led to attempt by protesters to get into the American embassy Tuesday and Wednesday well Costantini Washington is now concerned about likely Iranian retaliation against Israel and American interests ABC news military analyst and former state department official Steve Gander describes the high stakes this is not just some general this is somebody who is not only one most powerful men in Iran one of the most powerful man in all of the Middle East Joe Biden says president trump just tossed a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox any owes the American people an explanation of the strategy and plan to keep safe our troops and embassy personnel our people and our interests both at home and abroad
Trump set to announce withdrawal of 4,000 troops from Afghanistan
"It is us update the situation in Afghanistan CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons joins us on the care of the news line Mike thanks for the time I've I've seen some reports you have to what are we hearing what we know about the the troop strength in Afghanistan the political calendar now it's gonna start impacting the military counter unfortunately the trump administration looks like they're you they're gonna announce as early as this week even to withdraw about four thousand troops from Afghanistan we've got thirteen thousand there right now in this number below ten thousand and really as a way to try to jumpstart some talks with the Taliban in order to get final recognition of really taking all the troops out of Afghanistan at some point now the president had mentioned in the past or whatever eighty six hundred was one of the goals of the announced or maybe even a couple of years ago so apparently keeping track on that what does it mean to the troop strength and how and how would they be used if we have eight thousand or nine thousand there so we keep a thousand they're they're primarily trainers and I think that we would supplement some troops that left with contractors we would you know with that would be good to come the dirty little secret we won't necessarily use active duty troops but in some cases contractors will to fill those roles of working with the Afghan military now that I can military has come a long way to security forces are good but we still see the Taliban has great presence in the outlying regions in Helmand province and they still control great slots of landed in the southern and western portions of Afghanistan there were in the past the complaints from the Afghan government that they were being left out not even invited in some cases to events and talks featuring the Taliban what are we hearing their arm well that's the same case as well I think that while it was good intended I don't think it's a good result because you will get out in front we're we're trying to make a deal this is the president and the people he sends there in an attempt to make a deal I felt that that they weren't able to do that with the Afghan people government there but you know it doesn't make sense because you're gonna have to live with this result at the end of it so I think we'll just we'll figure out a way this this the the the the small to patrol get the Calvin back to the table and possibly start jumpstart talks with
Rockets hit military base near Baghdad airport
"Word of a rocket attack on a military base next to Baghdad International Airport about six Iraqi military personnel reported heard looks like Iranian backed militia groups have attacked an Iraqi military complex that aside from holding US forces there is an elite counter terrorism force that the Iraqis have set up CBS military analyst my
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
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
Erdogan and Putin Meet as Syria Cease-Fire Nears an End
"Berkeley Russia's Putin turkeys are want to meet in Russia on Syria hours before the Turkey Syria cease fire set to expire I'm Jim Taylor infer stand longer I'm Susan Lee Taylor it's five thirty one CBS news update shin president Vladimir Putin is meeting with Turkey's Recep Erdogan at a Black Sea resort right now they're discussing the situation in northern Syria a ceasefire is scheduled to end tonight to one is threatening to crush the heads of Kurdish troops they're not fully withdrawn by then CBS news military analyst my clients if we push Turkey towards Russia and potentially leaving NATO I think that has a real catastrophic potential result for the Middle East KCBS is Cammy McCormick is traveling with the defense secretary
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
"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.
"military analyst" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Has lost it to the search is on for more victims after tornadoes touched down in Missouri. At least three people are known dead. And number three with tensions rising between the US and Iran. The Pentagon wants to send several thousand more troops to the Middle East CBS news. Military analyst retired army major Mike Lyons is on our Newsline, Mike. Why do this? The president has decided that if there's the possibility to send troops hasn't given a number the Pentagon, it looks like they're floating about ten thousand they'd likely go to Kuwait. They like we go in an area where they could do something train, protect defendant. Protect what's going on there? But it's all about isolating Iran strategy from this administration is to make a run as, as isolated as possible throughout the world, and make sure that they don't do anything to disrupt the flow of oil throughout the Middle East. So along with troops, what else goes fighter jets, warships, aircraft carrier groups? Well, no. Just that one aircraft. Carrier group, is there some more fighter jets will be going air force assets. But also, patriot batteries. And those are designed to take down missile attacks. One thing around has the capability of technology that, that you bring a patriot to the theater, it will provide a counterbalance to, to that kind of military action, if they have if if. The Iranians decide to launch a missile at US forces target, the patriot batteries, defend them. What is intelligence saying about what Iran may be planning in the region? Iran. Looks like they are starting to fight back. What I mean by that is, they're not just going to sit back and take United States isolating them. They want to get other countries involved. I've been talking to China. They've been talking to Russia. They're still going to likely continue to fund these terrorist organizations that will cause chaos throughout the Middle East and other countries like Yemen and inside Syria. But the Intel also saying that the economy's doing very poorly. And so we're teetering between perhaps, an implosion, taking place from the government or the fact that the government is going to go on more offensive if, if they feel that they're losing power, and that I'm afraid that's pretty quickly. That's my clients. Retired army major and CBS news military analyst. Seven forty eight. WCBS traffic and weather together, every ten minutes on the H sponsored by Beth bidder. Kelly Dillon WCBS traffic center dealing with some trouble now on the southbound Degan approaching one hundred and.
"military analyst" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Story. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen is heading to the exit door at the White House. President Trump says she'll be leaving that post to be replaced by customs and border protection. Commissioner Kevin mcalinden will serve as acting secretary. CBS news military analyst Jeff McCausland says Friday's visit to the border in collect soco's probably the trigger for Nielsen's ouster. I think it was his trip to the board of the did not go terribly. Well, I think that was the end of it when he was called the White House today. It's also clear that she did not intend to leave. I believe that. Her departure was immediate. There's no temporary time for her to transition to a new leader much more on the story from CBS coming up at the bottom of the hour. WBZ news time now ten twenty one five white crosses memorializing the victims of the mass shooting. Aurora now housed at that city's historical society. The cross is will the on display through may fourth along with items left at the Henry Pratt company site after the February fifteenth workplace shooting the cross is under five people killed when an employee opened fire at the company Aurora resident Greg zanice makes the crosses. He's known for taking similar crosses to the size of gun violence across the country. The historical society says the crosses will be cleaned cataloged and archived Lisa fielding NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Gago police have issued a community alert after two men tried to get a girl to get into their car near a CTA. Stop police. Heavy incident happened on the morning of April. First fourteen year old girl was at the CT a bus, stop and Lee forty two hundred block of north Kimball on a vehicle containing two male occupants stopped police say they have a description of the two individuals. But so far no arrests have been made in that case..
"military analyst" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Out. CBS news military analyst, Mike lions that does make the president look petty and somewhat vindictive for someone who decided to resign. And try to set a timeframe that probably makes sense given all that's happening in the world, and what's happening within the department of defense. But Tennessee Republican Senator rand Paul said on CBS his face the nation. He thinks Americans are not in favor of continued US presence in the region. If you pull the American people, it's sixty to seventy percent of people ready to get out of Afghantistan, and I'll bet you the same Syria. If you ask the people, it's only the people in Washington, the armchair generals that wanna keep us at war forever. The death toll will likely increase after a su- NAMI hit Indonesia killing more than two hundred and twenty people scientists believe a volcano eruption triggered an underwater. Landslide. All you Ariani is with the Indonesian Red Cross a lot of people are still staying in the shell. Over and also some of them EBay quay to their families up on the heel. There are still frightened. They're still afraid to come back to their houses. Police say to LSU football players shot and killed a man who they say tried to rob them W af BTV reporter Donovan Jackson from Baton Rouge, Louisiana Baton Rouge. Police say one man was found dead in the back seat of a truck. Two other men were taken in for questioning Louise would not confirm any of the identities of those involved. However, sources tell us one of the people was LSU running back. Clyde Edwards AllAire concern. Teammates, also came to the scene in support of the athletes. This is CBS news to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Ever wonder why European seem to speak so many languages? Maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era. Babbel's award-winning technology gets.
"military analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Newsradio time is nine thirty president trump north korean leader kim jong un and their staffs are meeting at a historic summit in singapore at the start of the meeting between the two delegations trump remarked that he intends to solve what he called the big dilemma that until this point has been unable to be solved retired navy vice admiral robert har ward abc news military analyst is impressed argue with results you've got north korea our leaders or president or national security advisor the secretary of state or chiefofstaff sitting at a table meeting with the north koreans what's not to like about koa newsradio will air a one hour special on the summit tonight at ten the rockies are off today back on the road tomorrow against the philadelphia phillies pregame four twenty five first pitch right here at five oh five our next update at ten i'm roger curdle bah koa newsradio eight fifty am and ninety four one fm well fortunately things are back to normal and the tech center we had an earlier accident which closed down the southbound lanes of i twenty five no problem with speeds southbound in the tech center at this time still some cleanup and slow speeds as a result westbound i seventy at quebec we had an earlier wreck there aside from that major other stretches of the highways in denver moving along well a construction note to be aware of eastbound lanes of i seventy or jamming up at young field that's a continuing project it's less than a mile of a slowdown before the speeds return to normal this evening cbs four weather clear tonight with a low of fifty nine sunshine warmer tomorrow with a high reaching eighty eight it is seventy three and denver now i'm dave hunter on koa newsradio colorado's news traffic and weather station blue share bay rum presents kelly eighteen the.
"military analyst" Discussed on WLOB
"An air force veteran a former military analyst who caused massive outrage on social media and all over the place when he said on air that the fact is john mccain torture worked on john that's why they call him songbird john suggesting that torture techniques used on senator mccain at the hanoi hilton while he was a prisoner of war led him to i guess spill secrets that's never ever been substantiated that's never ever been confirmed and the guy was almost immediately banned fox news has apologized to the mccain family spokesperson says they have banished this guest he will not be invited back charles payne who was the host at the during the segment he didn't challenge this guy's remarks but later claimed that he said that a producer was talking in his ear so he didn't hear it we have a charles pains apology i guess we don't have that thought oh yeah we do here it is cut number seven on a show that i was hosting lieutenant journal thomas mack and ernie mate a false and derogatory statement about senator john mccain's actions when he was a prisoner of war regrettably i did not hear the comments at the time i was receiving instructions in my ear at that moment from producers if i heard what he said the right way i would have pushed back i didn't i blew it as a proud military veteran in the son of a vietnam vet i hold all those who served in the highest esteem i in fact have very high respect for senator mccain's lifetime of service and sacrifice that his nation those reprehensible comments do not reflect i feel or how this network fills about senator mccain there was also a great deal of outrage on social media when it was reported in the hill that a white house staff member made an off handed joke and i.
"military analyst" Discussed on WGTK
"Prepping her for confirmation hearings this week asked for details of her involvement in the post nine eleven interrogation program for terror suspects critics note that hassle was the chief of base at a covert detention site in thailand where two suspects were subjected to waterboarding but the officials say white house as we assured hassle that are nomination remains on track and that she has the president's backing hassle is the first career operations officer could be nominated to lead the cia in decades she served almost entirely undercover and much of a record is classified ben thomas washington defense department agency utilizing artificial intelligence in an effort to combat cyberterrorism the defense advanced research projects agency or darpa is leveraging artificial intelligence to celebrate the military's cyber vulnerability detection capability military analyst retired lieutenant colonel robert mcginnis says harnessing artificial intelligence will be an effective way battling cyberterrorism it's certainly something that will help us to defeat the attacks that really get by the thousands and thousands if not millions on a daily basis here at the pentagon throughout the us government across the world has computers humans exploring software security or chest program looking to incorporate automation into the software analysis and vulnerability discovery process more on these stories at townhall dot com have you racked up more than ten thousand dollars in credit card debt are you barely getting by making minimum payments you should know the credit card companies are tricking you into thinking.
"military analyst" Discussed on WCHS
"A senior fellow at military analyst at defence priorities dot org out what executives that group do by the way colonel work we're kind of relatively new on the scene here as it were feel initial think this kind of absent for awhile next to be we advocate a very strong national defence but a restraint foreign policy about because we feel like we've been fought to actively involved early places around the world to our detriment so we wanna 'rumour restrained foreign policy but a very much a strong national defence as regards paying for whatever we did in the in iran uh whether it's a counseling uh various uh uh opposition elements what have you uh certainly we've seen saudi petrodollars used for all kinds of uh of evil things over the years including your literally bribing families of uh of suicide or as i prefer homicide barber's abut uh the saudis certainly have no love for this regime to what extent a could we uh let's say uh contribute to the undermining without even paying budge that the saudis might finance at or would that be a problem all i think i think it's a very good point off i've actually made it same mortgage myself that uh because there's a number of people that say you know they used his whole uh uh vacuum theory that they want to throw around everywhere that if we don't take this action if we don't do this and there's going to be evacuated apparently all kinds of horrible things are going to happen but i'm like no no absolutely and you look at at how active we weren't the middle east throughout all eight years of the reagan administration and other than to the khobar towers incident with the marines which was a very you like a couple of months we had no activity there at all now iran was still there it was still very much you know attacking the six united states but we weren't there so if we're not there and that means it goes back to the historic debates or or uh you know activities between the saudis or the shia and astute these uh in iran their uh with with she is sorry uh so yeah the i i think that's exactly the case of if we.
"military analyst" Discussed on WCHS
"A senior fellow at military analyst at defence priorities dot org out what execs that group do by the way colonel work we're trying to move relatively new on the scene here as it were filling initial i think is kind of absent for awhile next to be we advocate a very strong national defence but a restraint for policy uh because we feel like we've been to actively involved early in places around the world to our detriment so we want to 'rumour restraint foreign policy but a very much a strong national defence as regards paying for whatever we did in the in iran uh whether it's a counseling uh various uh uh opposition elements what have you uh certainly we've seen saudi petrodollars used for all kinds of uh of evil things over the years including your literally bribing families of uh of suicide or as i prefer homicide barber's abut the the saudis certainly have no love for this regime to what extent a could we uh let's say a contribute to the undermining without even paying much that the saudis might finance at or would that be a problem all i think i think it's a very good point of i've actually made it sink or get myself that uh because there's a number of people that say you know they used his whole uh uh vacuum theory that they want to throw around everywhere that if we don't take this action if we don't do this thing there's gonna be a vacuum in apparently all kinds of horrible things are going to happen but i'm like no no absolutely and you look at at how active we weren't in the middle east throughout all eight years of the reagan administration and other than the the khobar towers incident with the marines which was a very you like a couple of months we had no activity there dole now iran was still there it was still very much you know italian a six united states but we weren't there so if we're not there than that means it goes back to the historic the debates or or uh you know activities between the saudis or the shia and a sudanese uh iran there with what she is sorry uh so yeah i i think that's exactly the case of if we.
"military analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Next from the whistle blower who released the pentagon papers about the vietnam war a new book about the dangers of america's nuclear program william bring 'em has that from the news our bookshelf it was 1971 when military analyst daniel ellsberg leak the pentagon papers to the press they were a topsecret defense department study of us military involvement in the vietnam war they're controversial publication blew the lid off what one famous journalists called a great shining lie but few know that in the decade before that during some of the cold war's most dangerous hairtrigger moments daniel ellsberg also spent years analysing america's nuclear weapons policy is new memoir chronicles that period it's called the doomsday machine confessions of a nuclear war planner and in it ellsberg argues very little has changed about what he calls are immoral and insane policies regarding nuclear weapons daniel ellsberg welcome to the news our the title of your book comes from the famous stanley kubrick move v where a rogue us military officer launches an attack on the soviets and as the those weapons are flying it's suddenly revealed that the soviets have built a doomsday machine this this enormous global booby trap that if they're attacked will kill every single thing on earth is another thing is say a man would do the doomsday machine is designed to trigger a double the method but surely you can design it somehow no it is designed to explode if any attempt is ever may two and bigoted automatically jackson obvious comic trick mr probably were wasting at the time it was some were considered a fantasy idea but you argue in this book in this is the title of your book that that that's really what we have on our hands is a.
"military analyst" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Family this holiday season pop since popcorn howery paul from coming guy films i am very good mark i'm hungry i want him turkey and i'm ready to go but look gets movie didn't artless start with the big this is probably gonna be number one this weekend animated feature from pixar the setting up for tonight the music competition for the at them well toss you wanna be like their hero should sign up uh my family would freak look if you're too scared than we'll have fun making shoes come on what did they lack lose always say sees a moment xiaomi what you got more two i'll be your first audience military analyst want because national law the screenings of this but as you know i'm a big pixar fan i think this is the guy who directed toys story three he's worked with picks are for wildly unchristian they always put out great movies although i said that i think the last couple picks r movies didn't quite have that magic that we had come to know for years and we've talked about this before paulina expectations are set on fire for a studio like pixar but what cocoa it you know with the story in in the story cocoa the first thing you you think of when you say wobbly title koko are we dealing with the kid are we doing the dog no coco's actually the great grandmother uh of our little star me gallagher who eat loves deke doesn't not really sure why you need music because nobody in his house is allowed to participate in anything musical whether it's singing humming playing an instrument or what not he finds out that maybe there's some uh maybe there's an ancestor in his family tree as he ends up in the land of the dead uh we're uh basically you know you've heard this story especially in the hispanic culture about the day of the dad where we celebrate those who pass before and they can come back here well he goes over there and and he's having to find a way home a and this is a movie that is visually absolutely stunning it it ranks up there with the.
"military analyst" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Alex jones hi callers i'm begging you call started here's the mentor to right through the entire third hour too vague that i guess in the fourth as well fat reading about thirty minutes to calls though i i'm gonna try to just read like a hundred headlines here's your certificate a smattering of how crazy all the says hillary faces electric chair if charged in 1950 powerful article up at news wars dot com it's a powerful headline i think it would just hillary would face the electric chair if she got caught doing what she's done in the fifties that's right they would rosenberg her faster than your head could spin rosenbergs were executed for sharing us nuclear cigarettes with the soviets sebastian gorka military analyst and former top aide to president trump compared potential high crimes involving the obamas treasure dnc and russia those committed during the cold war by the likes of julius and ethel rosenberg who were convicted of espionage and executed via electric cheer giving their communist cohorts in russia the bomb just like i mean why not i mean they'd had family and friends and other new yorkers few decades beforeg over to help takeover russia and carry out a good old jolly leftist extermination fun i mean this is left having fun there's nothing like ship and whole villages did forcedlabor camps for ten years in a you know maybe 30 percent live and how dare the rosenbergs get put that electric chair hillary got the same career selling out our secrets to foreign powers communist china you name it and of course she's the global a she's the enemy she's the wants donorcountry out so she point your finger at me by name and the president and you the american people she says you're idiots he says your morons you voted for trump because he you're a dupla the russians yeah ride oh i love the new pumpkins that are up for other damages were were ripped that offer body should use every form of art to fight the globalists' since the left wants halloween banned now because they say people express themselves were costumes they will run everything even though it's a cull ticked i don't like it but you could have it like hillary lock her up and you have a you have a little pumpkin inside the pumpkin and he put up a little put up a little deal of bars by like like she's in.
"military analyst" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Escorts flown to the farthest point north of the border between north and south korea by any surf us aircraft the century as our enemies military analyst robert mcguinness charles quite very serious and the president is you know countering this serious threat with i think some sobering reality that we must pay ace the pentagon says the mission in international airspace shows us seriously mr trump takes let's being called north korea's reckless behaviour the president is expected to announce new restrictions on travel to the us as his ban on visitors from six muslimmajority countries ends today ninety days after it went into effect the department of homeland security as recommended mr trump signed off our middle more targeted restrictions on people from countries that says refused the shares official information with the us or haven't taken security precautions the busiest border crossing in this country will close this weekend more than forty thousand cars of pass through daily to mexico closure between san diegotijuana for work seven hundred forty one billion dollar expansion project presents a monumental headache four border businesses workers and tourists travellers have been enduring hours long wait todd the mexican side of the port of at the us with the constitition of security measures since the september eleven two thousand one attacks the expansion is believed me largest motivation at a crossing along nearly two thousand mile on us mexico border patrick lost reporting chancellor angela merkel widely expected to be handed a fourth term in office today as germans are at the polls merkalis campaigned on a record as chancellor for twelve years emphasizing germany's record low.
"military analyst" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Well they could and in fact be calling his block it was a bit disconcerting to see the president say those words now with his national security adviser at his side but with his hhs secretary there we know that ad mcmaster is going to be in bedminster with him later on this week i'm not sure if they were on the phone earlier today before he issued that statement but look at one of the reasons why north korea feels that they do need a nuclear weapon it's not just for a deterrence for whatever reason it's for survival sake as well and seeing eh different statements from the president various months i mean back in may president trump said he'd be honored to sit down with kim jungle and if the circumstances were right and then a month later or when north korea did test ballistic missile the president tweeted out does this man have nothing better to do so there is a bit of unknown in what the strategic at anything plan there is right now from the united states but clearly we're seeing a reaction from north korea following these a heated words from the president run was obviously well i think there are two things that every military analyst listen to and every diplomat that understands the region has basically point to do that are important to think about one is he didn't threaten to retaliate against some kind of military action he threatened to retaliate against a verbal threat as far as we can tell i've never seen that in foreign policy where one leader said says to another leader if you threaten us we will reign firing in fury down anew that's uh perplexing to say at least.
"military analyst" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Country's security that was cbs news military analyst mike mayans reporting for us closer to home there has been a break and a double homicide that stunned on local neighbor hood has sixty nine year old franc for man has been charge for shooting a couple who lived on his block his capabilities john mcdevitt with sixty nine year old kenneth hoyle of the forty seven hundred block of james st leger lee told police he shot forty two year old august dempsey and fortyfiveyearold of baabda paul in selfdefence after an argued with them on july six teeth oil was briefly taken into custody then and release philadelphia district attorney's office charged toil friday morning camera klein is a spokesman for the da's office after the coup leaders attorney's office investigated be be evident uh we decided to charge mr oil with two counts of firstdegree murder clyde says the officers forward to obtaining justice for the families of the victims hoyle remains in custody john mcdevitt kyw newsradio meantime a vigil will take place in front of the victim's home at seven o'clock tonight kyw news time five thirty eight is that an five day forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist lauren casey whose tracking storms and the rain has begun yet to the south and west of the city where seeing rain has already moved in across much of delaware in southern delaware we've already picked up about three inches of rain in some locations and we're just at the beginning at this event also some rain thirty two push chester county will see.