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"Our political and military leaders ought to go back to the origins of special warfare and learn what needs to be done to keep the 'special' in special operations."

"The DoD has reached a decision point; it is undergoing a paradigm shift, deciding what its capabilities will be in the aftermath of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan."

"In fighting our post-9/11 wars, we have won nearly every battle but are far from winning the war."

"Special warfare has particular relevance to the current global security environment as policymakers seek options short of large-scale intervention."

The Army is going to shrink, the service’s chief of staff said here today, but leaders must be careful that cuts aren’t draconian.