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  • 03-25-2011, 09:43 PM
    Jake
    Quote Originally Posted by Old Texan View Post
    As he gets the US involved in an ill advised war and then turns the reins over to a Canadian. Kenyan can't do nothin" right.......Look out Colonel Q, the "Brown Bombs" are fixin' to fly!!!!!!!


    Now OT you must realize that the Canadian Army has world expertice at waging war, or was it no one else wanted the job.

    They would have better luck if they hired Tom Brown for the job, he seems to know everything.
  • 03-25-2011, 01:25 PM
    Old Texan

    This further proves O's ineptness....

    As he gets the US involved in an ill advised war and then turns the reins over to a Canadian. Kenyan can't do nothin" right.......Look out Colonel Q, the "Brown Bombs" are fixin' to fly!!!!!!!

    A Canadian general will take over command of the NATO mission in Libya.
    Canadian Defense Minister Peter MacKay said Friday that Lt. Gen. Charles Bouchard has been designated to lead the alliance's military campaign in Libya.
    Bouchard is stationed in Naples, Italy, at the Allied Joint Force Command.
    Bouchard's recent job was deputy commander of NORAD, reporting to an American general.
    "He will be commander of the NATO operations, yet to be fully defined NATO operations," MacKay said.
    The international coalition confronting Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has agreed to put NATO in charge of enforcing the no-fly zone. It was still trying to hammer out a deal to relieve U.S. forces of command of all military operations in the country.
    U.S. President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Robert Gates have both said that American command of the operations would last only a few days.

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