Monthly Archives: September 2011

Remembering Jonathan Tucker

This afternoon, I attended a memorial service for my late friend, Dr. Jonathan B. Tucker. Roughly 100 people were in attendance, including his mother. It was a “Who’s Who” of the chemical/biological warfare community, and many other friends this amazing, … Continue reading

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The US DAO Baghdad Collection

Saddam’s police state was pretty efficient at keeping foreign nationals–especially known or suspected foreign intelligence operatives–from getting much real information on the Iraqi military.  One part of the U.S. intelligence collection effort on Iraq involved the members of the U. … Continue reading

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Desert Storm: Cradle of 9/11

From Peter Bergen’s The Osama bin Laden I Know: “The Saudi government’s decision to allow the introduction of some 500,000 U.S. troops into Saudi Arabia in the summer of 1990 was a defining moment for bin Laden….In the early 1990’s … Continue reading

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