The Perfect Soldier: Special Operations, Commandos, and the Future of Us Warfare by James F. Dunnigan

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Dirty Little Secrets

Jim Dunnigan's Dirty Little Secrets is a collection of facts, anecdotes, descriptions and revelations about current military affairs. Each item is less than a thousand words. Designed for easy reading and high information density. A mosaic of insights and revelations about military affairs. Some unbelieveable items that, are, unfortunately, true.

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The Costs of the War on Terror
2/21/2005
The Logistical Lessons of the War in Iraq
7/13/2004
A Bunch of Reasons Why Iraq Is Not Like Vietnam
7/13/2004
The Military Morale Myth
7/13/2004
The Mullah's Mafia
7/13/2004
Iraq CSI
7/13/2004
Why the Iraqi Army Cannot Be Recalled
7/13/2004
Playing Chess in the Dark With Task Force 121
7/13/2004
Battling Babble
7/13/2004
The Truth About Transformation
7/13/2004
Where Have All The Wargames Gone?
7/13/2004
Congress Plays with the Troops
7/13/2004
Suicide Aircraft for Sale or Rent
7/13/2004
How the War on Terror Brought Peace to the World
7/13/2004
Lessons Identified Versus Lessons Learned
7/13/2004
How NOT to Build an Aircraft Carrier
7/13/2004
The Impossible Dream in Iraq
7/13/2004
Retort Pouches and Combat Superiority
7/13/2004
Replacing Troops With Civilians
7/13/2004
American Ground Tactics in Iraq
7/13/2004
Lions Led by Donkeys in the Special Forces
7/13/2004
Killer RPG Tactics for the Beginner
7/13/2004
OSS Returns from the Dead
7/13/2004
The Purple Headquarters Eater
7/13/2004
Little Guys Go It Alone
7/13/2004
Turning Saddam's Thugs Into Victims
7/13/2004
The Army of Not Enough
7/13/2004
Two New Rifles for US Troops
7/13/2004
Lost In Liberia
7/13/2004
Money Talks, GIs Walk
7/13/2004
Can Iraq be Saved from the Iraqis?
7/13/2004
Strykers in the Sand Box
7/13/2004
Terrorist Missiles Versus Airliners
7/13/2004
The Great Blackout of 2003 and the Situation in Korea
7/13/2004
Fax Machine Firepower
7/13/2004
The Coming Peacekeeping Disaster in Iraq
7/13/2004
What Really Happened When Al Qaeda Attacked
7/13/2004
Destroyers as Big as Battleships
7/13/2004
Do Media Victories Mean Anything?
7/13/2004
A New Kind of War
7/13/2004
Charlie Company
7/13/2004
Jessica Lynch and Dirty Rifles
7/13/2004
Tanks Are More Expensive To Operate Than F-16s
7/13/2004
The 2002 Mobilization Madness
7/13/2004
Defending the White House from Suicide Cessnas
7/13/2004
US Army Shake Up
7/13/2004
Can't Get Enough Special Forces
7/13/2004
British Commandos Demand Reform
7/13/2004
Translator Troubles
7/13/2004
Feminization Can Kill in Combat
7/13/2004
Chest Candy Gone Mad
7/13/2004
The Mythical Revolution in Military Affairs
7/13/2004
The Civil War in Iraq
7/13/2004
Al Qaeda Makes Terrorism Backfire
7/13/2004
Wargames for the Rest of the Troops
7/13/2004
Building An Arab Army That Can Kick Ass
7/13/2004
The Gangs of Iraq
7/13/2004
Pakistani Islamic Radicals Don't Want to Win
7/13/2004
Blame the Victim If He Fights Back
7/13/2004
The Cash Kingdom
7/13/2004
PsyWar Versus Shock and Awe
7/13/2004
Is JDAM Smart Enough for Street Fighting?
7/13/2004
Saving Commandos For The Final Act
7/13/2004
Top Ten Myths About the War in Iraq
7/13/2004
Saddam Succeeds with the Secret of Stalingrad
7/13/2004
What Saddam Learned from Serbia, Stalin and the SS
7/13/2004
Saddam's Plan For Victory
7/13/2004
Why do the Arabs hate the West?
7/13/2004
The Coming Iraqi Civil War
7/13/2004
SARS, the Internet and Humiliated Communists
7/13/2004
Urban Warfare Made Easier
7/13/2004
The Battle For Baghdad Sputters to an End
7/13/2004
Who Is Left to Fight?
7/13/2004
Saddam and the Merchants of Death
7/13/2004
Professionals versus Amateurs
7/13/2004
Why American Infantry Casualties Were so Low
7/13/2004
The Gangs of Iraq
7/13/2004
RPG (Rocket Propelled Grenades) Rules
7/13/2004
Syria's Tenuous Terror Connection
7/13/2004
Donald Rumsfeld's Dilemma
7/13/2004
An AK for Every Market
7/13/2004
The Unknown Soldier Skills That Saved Lives in Iraq
7/13/2004
The Instant Agent Network in Iraq
7/13/2004
Fairytales Versus Reality in the Arab Media
7/13/2004
Iraq Air Defense Activity
7/13/2004
Al Qaeda Destroys Itself
7/13/2004
The Air Campaign in Iraq
7/13/2004
The Curse of Technology and American Artillery
7/13/2004
Al Qaeda is Not Well
7/13/2004
With Turks as Friends, Who Needs Enemies?
7/13/2004
Winning The Peace in Iraq
7/13/2004
Saddam as Master Media Manipulator
7/13/2004
Tropical Vikings
7/13/2004
Super SCUDs in North Korea
7/13/2004
Saddam's Information Weapons
7/13/2004
Iraq: "An Offer You Can't Refuse"
7/13/2004
Military Transformation With Wargames
7/13/2004
Iraqi Strategy
7/13/2004
Force Protection Follies
7/13/2004
Why The Space Shuttle is Too Expensive to Run, But Too Useful to Lose
7/13/2004
Perfected Technology
7/13/2004
Simultaneous Strategic Bombing Strike
7/13/2004
Worst Things That Can Happen If Iraq is Invaded
7/13/2004
How to Invade Iraq Like a Mongol
7/13/2004
Keeping Saddam Up and the Shias Down
7/13/2004
What If the Troops Have Wait All Summer In The Desert
7/13/2004
Peace Breaks Out in 2002
7/13/2004
Catching Saddam: Email from a Participant
12/19/2003
Wargames for the Troops
12/8/2003
What the Geneva Protocols Really Say
11/29/2003
A Total Eclipse of the Sun
11/26/2003
How the EuroMedia Get it Wrong
11/5/2003
Vodka Kalashnikov
10/28/2003
Cyclones, Firebolt and the Persian Gulf Pirates
10/28/2003
Unclassified After Action Report From Iraq
9/12/2003
Serbian Gunrunners in Africa
7/30/2003
Royal Security and the War on Terror
6/26/2003
Making News by Ignoring History
5/1/2003
Wargaming Modern "Friction"
4/8/2003
European Resistance to the Return of the Carolingian Empire
3/19/2003
General Zinni's Advice on Governing Iraq
2/28/2003
What If Iraq is Left Alone? — Would It Lead To A More Peaceful World?
2/17/2003
Cheese Eating Surrender Monkeys
2/14/2003
Worst Implications If Iraq is Invaded
2/10/2003

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