Has War Effort Relied Too Heavily on Technology? Did military leaders put too much faith in military technology as they planned campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq? Col. H. R. McMaster, who recently served as an Army commander in Iraq, offers his insights.
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Has War Effort Relied Too Heavily on Technology?

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Has War Effort Relied Too Heavily on Technology?

Has War Effort Relied Too Heavily on Technology?

Has War Effort Relied Too Heavily on Technology?

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Did military leaders put too much faith in military technology as they planned campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq? Col. H. R. McMaster offers his insights in a conversation with Scott Simon. McMaster served as a U.S. Army commander in Iraq and on headquarters staff, as well. He's also a scholar at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in London.

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