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The war on warriors : behind the betrayal of the men who keep us free / Pete Hegseth.

Hegseth, Pete, (author.).

"Pete Hegseth joined the Army to fight extremists. Then that same Army called him one. The military Pete joined twenty years ago was fiercely focused on lethality, competency, and color blindness. Today our brass are following the rest of our country off the cliff of cultural chaos and weakness. Americans with common sense are fighting this on many fronts, but if we can't save the meritocracy of our military, we're definitely going to lose everywhere else. The War on Warriors uncovers the deep roots of our dysfunction--a society that has forgotten the men who take risks, cut through red tape, and get their hands dirty. The only kind of men prepared to face the dangers that the Left pretends don't exist. Unlike issues of education or taxes or crime, this problem doesn't have a zip code solution. We can't move away from it. We can't avoid it. We have only one Pentagon. Either we take it back or surrender it altogether. Combining his own war experiences, tales of outrage, and an incisive look at how the chain of command got so kinked, this book is the key to saving our warriors--and winning future wars. The War on Warriors must be won by the good guys, because when the shooting really starts, they're the only ones who can save us"-- Provided by publisher.

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  • ISBN: 9780063389427
  • ISBN: 0063389428
  • Physical Description: xx, 226 pages ; 24 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: [New York] : Fox News Books, [2024]

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Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction: Then They Came for the Camouflaged Class -- Chapter 1: The War We Missed -- Chapter 2: Extremists That Never Were -- Chapter 3: Cowboys Led by Cowards -- Chapter 4: The Left's Very Special Forces -- Chapter 5: The (Deadly) Obsession with Women Warriors -- Chapter 6: The Army Thinks the Enemy...Is Pete -- Chapter 7: Riot Shields and Real Racism -- Chapter 8: Supporting DEI Means Soldiers DIE -- Chapter 9: Men Need Purpose, Not Inclusion -- Chapter 10: More Lethality, Less Lawyers -- Chapter 11: The Laws of War, for Winners -- Chapter 12: Harvard and Generals: A Love Story -- Chapter 13: The Broken American Covenant -- Chapter 14: Marxist-Adjacent Military Academics -- Epilogue: A Letter to My Sons -- Acknowledgments.
Subject: United States > History, Military > 21st century.
Military administration > United States > History.
Conservatives > United States > Biography.
Veterans > United States > Biography.
Genre: Biographies.

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Bangor Public Library 355.009 HEG (Text) 75011000410016 New Non-Fiction Books Checked Out 08/06/2024

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