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Posts 11 to 20: Major Gen. (ret.) Paul Eaton

Paul Eaton Quoted In Agence France-Presse on Iraq

June 13, 2014

US Pulled Back Into Fires of Iraq War By Nicolas Revise June 13th, 2014 | Agence French-Presse As the White House huddles in crisis talks, the easiest option now facing Obama is to send in military advisors “to help the Iraqi army to do better with what they have. That’s the least problematic,” said retired […]

Paul Eaton on CNN Discussing Sgt. Bergdahl With Candy Crowley

June 8, 2014

  CNN’s Candy Crowley interviews NSN’s Paul Eaton on Sgt. Bergdahl Release June 8th, 2014 | CNN On CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Major General Paul D. Eaton (Ret.) defended the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl as “the whole fabric of the U.S. military is based upon the fact that we do not […]

NSN Senior Advisor Major General Paul Eaton (ret.) Signs Letter to Declassify Report on CIA Torture

May 1, 2014

Retired Military Leaders Urge White House to Lead Declassification of CIA Torture Report Published by Human Rights First  May 1, 2014 Washington, D.C. – Thirty of the nation’s most respected retired generals and admirals today urged President Obama to lead the declassification process of the Senate intelligence committee’s CIA torture report. The call came in a letter to […]

Paul Eaton Quoted in Media Matters on Weapons Access on Military Bases

April 3, 2014

Military Veterans: Increasing Weapons Access After Fort Hood Shooting Could Create A “Wild West” Situation Joe Strupp April 3, 2014 | Media Matters   Paul Eaton, a retired Army major general and former commander at Fort Benning, Ga., stressed that anyone on military bases who carries weapons, such as military police, receives extra training. “We train our military […]

Paul Eaton Interviewed By SiriusXM Progress on Proposed Military Budget Cuts

February 26, 2014

Major General Paul Eaton (Ret.) Interviewed By Ari Rabin-Havt on The Agenda on SiriusXM Progress  to discuss proposed cuts to the military budget. February 26, 2014 |  The Agenda: SiriusXM Progress   Major General Paul D. Eaton, who served more than 30 years in the United States Army in combat and post-combat assignments in Iraq, Bosnia […]

Paul Eaton Quoted In Huffington Post On VP Cheney & Foreign Policy

Major General Criticizes Dick Cheney For Attacking Obama On Foreign Policy February 26, 2014 Paige Lavender | Huffington Post   Major General Paul D. Eaton criticized former Vice President Dick Cheney for hitting President Barack Obama on foreign policy. On Monday, Cheney criticized a proposal that called for shrinking the Army to its smallest size […]

Paul Eaton Quoted in Stars and Stripes on Defense Budget Cuts

February 25, 2014

Pentagon proposes deep cuts for US military bases, but would spare some  February 25, 2014 James Rosen (McClatchy Washington Bureau) | Stars and Stripes   WASHINGTON — Sweeping budget and personnel cuts proposed Monday by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel would hit some military bases hard while protecting others. With the Army targeted to lose as […]

Paul Eaton Quoted In The State On Military Budget Cuts

February 24, 2014

S.C. politicians howl over proposed Defense cuts February 24, 2014 James Rosen and Roddie Burris | The State   Sweeping budget and personnel cuts proposed Monday by U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel could hit hard some S.C. military bases, including Columbia’s Fort Jackson, while protecting others. With the Army targeted to lose as many as […]

Paul Eaton Quoted In Politico On Robert Gates’ Book

January 8, 2014

The Secret Life of Robert Gates By Philip Ewing January 8, 2014 |Politico Robert Gates’s tenure running the Pentagon might go down as the greatest performance in acting history. On the outside, he was an even-keeled, plain-speaking former college president, one who declared to Congress he hadn’t returned to Washington to be a “bump on […]

Paul Eaton Quoted In Foreign Policy On CIA Oversight

January 7, 2014

We Can Handle the Truth The CIA’s excuses about torture just don’t hold water. By Rosa Brooks January 7, 2014 | Foreign Policy  Remember Abu Ghraib? Remember waterboarding, CIA “black sites,” and “enhanced interrogation techniques” such as depriving prisoners of sleep for over a week or requiring them to stay in agonizingly uncomfortable “stress positions” […]

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