Let's have a debate on this: "House’s ‘Irregular Warfare’ Provision Risks Unintended War" Is it dangerous or will this allow the proper focus on irregular warfare?
Access the article HERE.
Perhaps we need a Functional Center for Irregular Warfare Security Studies to educate the force, the interagency and the public.
House version of the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act would expand the U.S. military’s ability to use proxy forces for “irregular warfare” operations against Iran, North Korea, Russia, and China.
I have been waiting my whole career for authorities to focus on north Korea. We will get permissions though?