This book will break news and dramatically challenge assumptions about what the American military can achieve with high-tech weaponry, even more that it did in Iraq and what must be done, more than people think, if the War on Terror is to be won.
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How to win the war on terror: a blueprint
Tom McInerney and Paul Vallely are retired generals (Air Force and the Army). They’ve devoted their lives to defending America. Now they’re military analysts for FOX News, privy to up-to-the-minute reports and inside sources. They know everything that’s going on within the Pentagon, the CIA, and other government agencies.
They’re also smart. When other analysts were wringing their hands and whining about "quagmires" in Afghanistan and Iraq, they calmly predicted relatively easy and decisive American victories—and they were right.
In Endgame, they devote their experience and expertise to the question of how to win the war on terror. Unlike our past enemies, radical Islam is not confined to particular nations—and thus cannot be defeated solely through conventional warfare against enemy states. Endgame is a blueprint for victory over this tenacious and bloodthirsty foe. It details the new strategy that America must adopt to fight this very new kind of war we’re in, and reveals a wealth of inside information (including the location of Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction).
The terrorists’ main target, say McInerney and Vallely, is America. But their threat, they say, is inseparable from radical Islam’s global Web of Terror. Thus in formulating a viable strategy to meet the terror threat to America, they span the range of current global hotspots:
· How we must respond to each of the eight countries that make up the principal elements of the international Web of Terror
· What America could do to reduce—quickly and drastically—the international threat from al-Qaeda
· The key to achieving lasting success in Afghanistan
· What Pakistan must do in order to prove itself truly to be our ally in the war on terror
· Why Iran will fall even more easily than Iraq did, and may reform itself without American intervention
· How Syria is a domino waiting to fall—and why it’s an ideal place to use America’s dominant sea and air power
· Why rogue state North Korea is an ally of radical Islam—and how to disarm nuclear North Korea now
Above all, say McInerney and Vallely, this is a battle of wills. During a visit to Baghdad, McInerney and Vallely were told by one young soldier that the war on terror can’t be lost on the battlefield; but it can be lost if the will of the American people falters. This book gives expert insight into why we fight, and what we must do to win.About the Author:
Lieutenant General Thomas G. McInerney, United States Air Force (Ret.), served as a fighter pilot, commander, and strategic planner in the U.S. Air Force for thirty-five years. He retired from military service as assistant vice chief of staff of the Air Force and director for the Defense Performance Review. A respected military analyst, he appears regularly on FOX News, is a frequent nationally syndicated radio lecturer and guest, and has written for the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times, the Washington Post, and USA Today. He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and earned a master’s degree in international relations from George Washington University. He now lives with his Mona in Clifton, Virginia, and runs his own consulting business.
Major General Paul E. Vallely, United States Army (Ret.), served in the U.S. Army for thirty-two years and retired as deputy commanding general, U.S. Army, Pacific in Honolulu, Hawaii. He is the senior military analyst for FOX News Channel, a regular guest lecturer and guest on nationally syndicated radio shows, and has served on numerous U.S. security assistance missions. He is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and served in many overseas theaters, as well as two combat tours in Vietnam. He now lives with his wife in Bigfork, Montana.
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