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Trump passed on Petraeus for top White House positions over ‘red flags’ like his opposition to torture, according to leaked documents
Former Army Gen. David Petraeus, the former commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan who resigned in disgrace as CIA director amid revelations of an extramarital affairs, was passed over by...
Petraeus To Congress: It’s Time To Get Serious About Burn Pits
Retired Army Gen. David Petraeus urged Congress in an interview with Fox News on Monday to make good on its … Continued
Reports That ISIS Has Been Destroyed May Be Greatly Exaggerated
There’s math and then there’s military math. Take counting enemy troops, for example. Say you add up the number of … Continued
A Sailor Did Prison Time Over Classified Photos. Now He’s Suing The Government Because Others Didn’t
A former Connecticut sailor is seeking to sue the Department of Justice, former President Barack Obama, former FBI director James … Continued
Gen. David Petraeus Comes Out Firmly Against Sit-Ups
So, after a full career in the Army, retired Gen. David Petraeus decides that sit-ups are not good for your … Continued
The Iraq War Was A Mistake. So Why Can’t Gen. Petraeus Finally Admit It?
Just days after the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in March, 2003, I wonder why it’s still … Continued
15 Years After The US Overthrew Saddam Hussein, Iraq Is Still At War With Itself
For at least the second time since the U.S. invaded Iraq 15 years ago, the country appears on the verge … Continued
We Asked Gen. Petraeus Whether The Iraq War Was Really Worth It. Here’s What He Said.
Fifteen years of war have turned Iraqi cities such as Ramadi, Fallujah, and Mosul into ruins. Iraq remains as divided … Continued
The General Petraeus Workout Playlist
Even a hurricane couldn't stop Jeff Schogol and the video team from meeting with General Petraeus. Being a marathon runner … Continued
Retired Generals Don’t Have Much Say In Politics Anymore
If we are to believe the current suite of Washington rumors (and the attendant journalism), the presumptive nominees of both … Continued