Dave Dilegge

Dave Dilegge is a retired USMCR Intelligence and Counterintelligence / HUMINT officer. He is also a former USMC civilian intelligence analyst and worked several years in the private sector. He served with the 1st Marine Division during Operation Desert Storm. In 1999 he was the recipient of the National Military Intelligence Association’s Colonel Donald G. Cook Award for his work in supporting USMC and DoD urban operations analysis, wargaming and experimentation. He is currently a Director at the Small Wars Foundation and is Editor-in-Chief of Small Wars Journal. He is also a volunteer tutor at the Largo (FL) Public Library where he teaches English as a second language. His son David is an Infantry Sergeant currently serving in the Army's 1st Infantry Division (Mechanized).

The number of American cities that have the presence of at least one of the seven major Mexican Drug Cartels have more than tripled since 2010...

The White House accidentally blew the cover of the top CIA officer in Afghanistan Saturday.

Continue on for The Nighhawks, in Balmer, Murlund.

I often tire of all the press releases that fill my e-mail inbox. Not this one from The Royal Netherlands Embassy.

In Afghanistan, Interpreters Who Helped U.S. in War Denied Visas; U.S. Says They Face No Threat by Kevin Sieff, Washington Post.

From one Marine to another. Happy Birthday and Semper Fi. Continue on for the Commandant's Birthday Message/Video and Major General John A. Lejeune’s Birthday Message.