The battle or some view non-battle on terrorism within the political realm of the United States started many years ago. As a young enlisted man in the Army I was voluntarily assigned to a desert region in the Middle East. Throughout my tour of duty at this remote location we were almost constantly being watched and evaluated by different terrorist organizations. While we were never attacked we all got to see a massive swing in local opinion when we were publicly put on notice of imminent attack from Mr. Khadaffi. Thanks to the flight crews of some F-111’s that made a preemptive strike on Libya we were able to remain at a state of peace. It was the period before the strike that the locals started voicing anti-American feelings, the same people that we gave jobs to! Fortunately the situation didn’t expand any further than it did but it taught me to respect your foreign national employees because at the turn of a dime they may just as well see you dead. Literally within twenty-four hours the person you shared tea with yesterday is flipping you off today.The terrorist groups showed coordination as very seldom did we have different organizations… Read full this story
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