Taking Stock: America's Changing Relationship with the Military

Friday, June 15, 2012

Former Air Force General Lloyd "Fig" Newton spent nearly 40 years serving in the U.S. military. He’s watched war tactics change, weapons advance, and America’s relationship with its military evolve. 

In a time of military uncertainty, General Newton sat down with us to talk about the social and political lessons learned from earlier conflicts, and what America’s future with war holds.  

In a time of military uncertainty, General Newton sat down with us to talk about the social and political lessons learned from earlier conflicts, and what America’s future with war holds.

Guests:

General Lloyd "Fig" Newton

Produced by:

Ellen Frankman

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