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The free nations of the western world MUST have effective militaries; this requires Land Power that can actually control ground, governments and peoples; finishing human conflicts with decisive tracked armored fighting vehicle MANEUVER not fantasies of easy push-button, stand-off firepower directed from out-of-touch command posts and impotent rubber-tired armored cars. The non-linear battlefields of today are dominated by high explosive attacks, we need an egalitarian military that THINKS. To think honestly our people must have humility to admit to problems. Finally, if our military becomes more efficient it must have a MORAL COMPASS so it cannot be abused by politicians to do evil things. As an example, the unjustified occupation of Iraq should be stopped immediately by our senior military leaders demanding that it end for the good of the service and defense of our nation.

This is the monthly e-magazine on land combat innovation of the 1st Tactical Studies Group (Airborne) for readers who want to defend freedom around ther world. General Patton said; "No one is thinking if everyone is thinking alike". Sadly, America's DoD and the uniformed services have fallen to politically correct groupthink so this and Carlton Myer's G2mil.com are the only true, open-minded military journals for innovation. Readership is limited to those who can identify themselves as friends of freedom. Once a member of the LANDPOWERTRANSFORATION readership you can access our lively and informative LINKS section and post to the other members through our monthly emagazine.

The lessons of 9/11 are clear: to defeat increasingly cunning and lethal enemies we must have a thinking U.S. military that exceeds their nihilistic ploys, to do this we must not be arrogant and closed minded;


LPT membership is now 3, 548 members but not listed with yahoo for security reasons.

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  • Military
  • Apr 27, 2005
  • English

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