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THE U.S. MUST LEAD Petraeus: Defeating extremism will take blood and treasure By Tom Chambers | MilitaryPress
e are engaged in a generational struggle,â€? says retired Gen. David Petraeus. â€œThis is not the fight of a decade, much less a few years. This is going to go on for decades.â€? Petraeus, architect of the 2006 military surge in Iraq and former CIA director, spoke Nov. 28 at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda at an event sponsored by the World Affairs Council of Orange County and the Nixon Foundation. In addition to taking questions, he covered a wide range of topics, including lessons the U.S. should learn from 16 years of war with Islamist extremism. â€œWe have to recognize that given the duration of this, you have to have a sustained commitment. That means, it has to be sustainable,â€? Petraeus said. â€œAnd that is measured in blood and in treasure.â€? Petraeus, 65, said such a commitment has to be fully comprehensive. â€œYou cannot counter extremists like ISIS and al-Qaida and terrorists like that with just counter-terrorist operations,â€? he said. â€œYou canâ€™t drone strike or Delta Force raid your way out of this problem.â€? â€œYou canâ€™t play Whac-A-Mole. You have to whack all the moles, all the time, everywhere.â€? The general said it is important for the United States to continue to be involved in the Middle East. â€œUngoverned spaces in the Muslim world will be exploited by Islamist extremists,â€? he said. â€œItâ€™s not a question of if, itâ€™s a question of when and how significant. We have to do somePETRAEUS, continued on Page 8
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Symphony is back, and it delivers By Bob Morey MilitaryPress
Over the years, I have experienced many a memorable night with the San Diego Symphony. But every now and then a performance is so good it will become a life-long night to remember that will be ranked with favorite nights and talked about for years to come. The recent performance of â€œMozartâ€™s Requiemâ€? was one of those nights! To call it a spellbinding tour de force from the first to the final note would be an understatement. The power the Symphony displayed in â€œRequiemâ€? simply states, â€œWeâ€™re back for our new season, and weâ€™re ready to play.â€? Looking through the season, which ends in May, there is something for everyone on the schedule. Below are Fraces McDormand gives an outstanding performance in the Oscar-worthy fill â€œThree Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.â€? a few of the highlights for December. t i*UT " 8POEFSGVM -JGFw %FD BU 2 p.m.): An unforgettable and magical experience for the entire family, nothing is more festive than the beloved â€œItâ€™s A Wonderful Lifeâ€? that will be screened while the cherished score is performed believes doesnâ€™t care about catching her Worried how this will all affect her chief By Jeri Jacquin | MilitaryPress by the Symphony orchestra LIVE! of police husband, Anne (Abbie Cornish) daughterâ€™s killer. ti/PFM/PFMw %FDBUQN %FD Driving home on a small stretch of road is assured that it will all pass. Wanting to In theaters from writer/director Martin BU QN BOE %FD BU BOE McDonagh and Fox Searchlight Pictures Mildred sees three dilapidated billboards protect Mildred is James (Peter Dinklage), p.m.): You donâ€™t want to miss San Diis the story of a mother who isnâ€™t giving up and gets an idea. Responsible for the bill- whom her husband Charlie takes potegoâ€™s favorite holiday music tradition using â€œThree Billboards Outside Ebbing, boards is Red (Caleb Jones), who takes her shots at. Instead of it passing, things get thatâ€™s returning with your favorite songs down payment on all three billboards with out of hand as the insanity of Dixon and Missouri.â€? of the season and a quest for the true Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) a message to the chief of police. The first to Mildredâ€™s anger start a town war. meaning of the holidays. Small town living just got a little dicey! is a woman dealing with a lot in her life. see them is deputy Dixon (Sam Rockwell), t i/PFM /PFM o " 'BNJMZ $PODFSUw McDormand as Mildred is spectacuThe painful loss of a murdered daughter, who immediately tells Willoughby. (Dec. 17, 2 p.m.): In one short afterEveryone soon learns of the billboards, lar, amazing, brilliant, moving, shockan ex-husband (John Hawkes) who has noon concert, the orchestra will peranger issues and chief of police William and son Robbie (Lucas Hedges) is feeling THREE BILLBOARDS, continued on Page 12 form loved holiday tunes alongside Willoughby (Woody Harrelson), who she the impact of what his mother is doing. the San Diego Master Chorale, the San Diego Childrenâ€™s Choir and maybe even a certain jolly North Pole resident. Arrive early for fun pre-concert activities beginning at 1 p.m. in the lobby where the kids can try their hand at playing an instrument in the SUPPORT MILITARY FAMILIES IN NEED THIS HOLIDAY SEASON! Discovery Zone, meet the Symphonyâ€™s musicians and more. t i'BOGBSFT "OE $FMFCSBUJPOTw %FD BU QN "OPUIFS PQQPSUVOJUZ to feel very merry, the talented musicians of the San Diego Symphony orADOPT A FAMILY Your group or organization can chestra will perform an additional array of holiday music with that special fesadopt one of the over 100 families we will help this year. tive sparkle. All of these performances will take NOMINATE If you are, or know of, a family in need, go place at the Copley Symphony Hall to SpiritOfSharing.org and click on â€œHow to Get Help.â€? located at 750 B Street in downtown SOS helps to provide assistance to our local military service members and San Diego. For tickets and a full listtheir families during the holiday season. We are 100% volunteer based and all of our efforts are funded solely by donations from the community. ing of all the upcoming events, visit the SOS has no overhead so 100% of your donation goes directly to help the Symphonyâ€™s website at www.sandiego service members and their most precious assets â€” THEIR FAMILIES! symphony.org. Contact us today to help make a difference: A night with the Symphony is defiÄˆÄ‡Ä€ÄĄÄˆÄ‚Ä‡ÄĄÄ‰Ä Ä€Ä€Ĺ?Ä‘Ĺ?333Ä‹,%.%0"$.%*#Ä‹+.# +*0%+*/Ĺ?.!Ĺ?#.!0(5Ĺ?,,.!%0! Ĺ?* nitely something the whole family can Mail check or money order to: Spirit of Sharing 100% TAX DEDUCTIBLE! enjoy! Merry Christmas, and see you at 1361 Rocky Point Drive, Oceanside, CA 92056 the Symphony! XXXNJMJUBSZQSFTTDPNtOFXT!NJMJUBSZQSFTTDPN 2%FD
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Midshipmen to honor Blue Angels for Army-Navy Game One goal remains: Beat Army The Midshipmen will take on the Black Knights in the annual Army-Navy game on Dec 9. in Philadelphia, and will be doing so in these awesome Blue Angelsinspired uniforms. The school unveiled the uniforms featuring hand-painted helmets depicting the planes in Delta Formation paired with a yellow chrome face mask representing the visors pilots flying the Blue Angels wear on Twitter. The two schools tend to debut unique uniforms for the game each season, usually as a tribute to one of their respective squadrons. â€œThis tribute to the Blue Angels reflects the enthusiastic pride and appreciation we have for the Navyâ€™s premier flying team and the motivation they convey to Navy football and the fleet at large,â€? said Naval Academy Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk. â€œThe masterminds at Under Armour are always thinking of ways to inspire our troops while still reflecting a deep appreciation for a Naval history that is so ingrained in our game day traditions. Annually, a special Navy uniform has become a statement in this game and brings with it appreciated meaning and a clear message that we are all in.â€? â€œOur partnership with the United States Naval Academy has afforded us the opportunity to tell some incredible stories through our specialty uniform designs and
The Midshipmen will wear uniforms that pay tribute to the Blue Angels when they play the Army Black Knights in their annual match-up on Dec. 9.
we hope, in some way, that the special mo- manifest the gratitude we feel,â€? said Adam ments we create on behalf of the Academy Clement, Under Armourâ€™s Senior Creative Director of Team Sports. â€œFrom the â€˜Summer Whiteâ€™ design to the â€˜Donâ€™t Tread on Meâ€™ uniforms, each opportunity leads down a path of research and information that drives us towards another special moment or achievement to celebrate.â€? â€œThis year we partnered with the Naval Academy to use the Army-Navy Game to honor the incredible pilots that make up the Blue Angels,â€? Clement said. â€œAnyone who has had the privilege of watching the Blue Angels perform knows there is no show quite like it. It inspires and excites all who stand witness and we couldnâ€™t think of a better way to pay homage to their great feats than creating a uniform that pays tribute to them.â€?
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For the Navy football program, this season has come down to accomplishing one remaining goal: Beating Army. Head coach Ken Niumatalolo said before the season that Navy had two major goals with reclaiming the Commander-in-Chief â€™s Trophy and capturing the American Athletic Conference championship ranking as 1 and 1A. Memphis clinched the West Division of the American by beating SMU, so that goal is gone. The final game of the regular season is whatâ€™s most important to Navy at this point. Army and Navy both beat Air Force this season, so the Commander-in-Chief â€™s Trophy will be on the line the second Saturday in December at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Army and Navy last played for the Commander-in-Chief â€™s Trophy in 2012. It also happened in 2005. Prior to that, the trophy was last on the line during the Army-Navy game way back in 1996. This may be the best Army football team since 1996, which was the last time the West Point contingent captured the CIC Trophy. The Black ,OJHIUT CPBTU BO SFDPSE XJUI B 21-0 shutout of Air Force being the highlight. Army also defeated Temple, which turned around and beat Navy in its next game. Head coach Jeff Monken has done a tremendous job of rebuilding Army during his four-year tenure, leading the team to consecutive eight-win seasons capped by bowl berths. As an independent, the Black Knights have been playing a pretty weak schedule in recent years, but that makes sense for a program that managed just one winning season from 1997 through 2015. GOAL, continued on Page 12
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MILITARY COMMEMORATES NAVAJO CODE TALKERS By Suzan Holl 20th CBRNE Command
BERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. â€” Sgt. Major Lisa Cowboy, command career counselor for the 20th CBRNE Command, was the guest speaker at the National Native American Indian Heritage Observance held at the Stark Recreation Center on Aberdeen Proving Ground, Nov. 9. During the month of November, the Army participates in National American Indian Heritage Month by recognizing the contributions Native American Soldiers have made to the Army and the Armed Forces throughout our nationâ€™s history. The Huffington Post recently reported that American Indians serve in the countryâ€™s armed forces in greater numbers per capita than any other ethnic group. They have served with distinction in every major conflict for over 200 years and 27 Native Americans have been awarded the Medal of Honor, the nationâ€™s highest military honor. A member of the Navajo tribe, Cowboy was raised on a Navajo reservation in a small community called Chilchinbeto,
Sgt. Maj. Lisa Cowboy (left) a native of Chilchinbito, Ariz. and command career counselor for the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives Command, was the guest speaker during the National Native American Indian Heritage Month Observance held at the Stark Recreation Center Nov. 9 on Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.
â€œMy parents still reside at my child- cattle, horses, or sheep and our favorite just outside of Kayenta, Arizona. â€œLife on the reservation was very quiet hood home next to my paternal grand- pastime was hiking the mesas that surand simple. Our closest neighbors were parentsâ€™ residence. My family has a ranch, CODE TALKERS, continued on Page 8 so growing up I always had to round up about two miles away,â€? Cowboy said.
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round our home,â€? said Cowboy, who added it was her familyâ€™s livelihood that eventually determined their surname. When the federal government was moving the Indians on to reservations, they were given surnames that related to the type of work they did, she said. Since her grandfather was riding horses and rounding up cattle, he was given the name Cowboy. Of all the Armed Services, she joined the Army because it was the only service that offered a career as an information systems analyst when she enlisted in 1997. Now with slightly more than 20 years of service, she holds a bachelorâ€™s degree in information technology and a masterâ€™s degree in leadership studies from The University of Texas at El Paso. She reclassified her Army occupational specialty to career counselor in 2007 and came on board as the command career counselor for the 20th CBRNE command in August. At the observance, Cowboy spoke about how, as a young girl, she listened to stories of her great-grandfathers who served with the U.S. Marines as Navajo Code Talkers during World War II. â€œIn the early 1940s, the Marine Corps recruited 29 Navajo Indians to develop and implement a military code using the Navajo language,â€? Cowboy said. â€œBy the end of the war, there were approximately 420 Navajos that had trained to be
code talkers. They would later be largely known as the â€˜Navajo Code Talkersâ€™.â€? According to Naval History and Heritage Command, the idea to use Navajo for secure communications came from Philip Johnston, the son of a missionary to the Navajos and one of the few non-Navajos who spoke their language fluently. Johnston, reared on the Navajo reservation, was a World War I veteran who knew of the militaryâ€™s search for a code that would withstand all attempts to decipher it. He also knew that Native American languages, notably Choctaw, had been used in World War I to encode messages. Johnston believed Navajo answered the military requirement for an undecipherable code because Navajo is an unwritten language of extreme complexity. Its syntax and tonal qualities, not to mention dialects, make it unintelligible to anyone without extensive exposure and training. It has no alphabet or symbols, and is spoken only on the Navajo lands of the American Southwest. One FTUJNBUFJOEJDBUFTUIBUMFTTUIBOOPO Navajos, none of them Japanese, could understand the language at the outbreak of World War II. Cowboy explained that when a Navajo code talker received a message, what he heard was a string of unrelated Navajo words. The code talkers first had to translate each Navajo word into its English equivalent. The selection of a given term was based on the first letter of the English
meaning of the Navajo word. For example, â€œWo-La-Cheeâ€?, is the Navajo word for â€œantâ€? and would represent the letter â€œAâ€?. Other words such as â€œbe-lasanaâ€? (apple) and â€œtse-nillâ€? (axe), would also be substituted in order to eliminate excessive repetition, which could have allowed the code to be intercepted. One way to say the word â€œArmyâ€? in Navajo code would be â€œwol-la-cheeâ€? (Ant) â€œgahâ€? (Rabbit) Na-as-tso-si (Mouse) Tsah-aszih (Yucca).â€? Thus, the translation would be taking the first letter of each English word, A-R-M-Y. The original code the Navajos created at Camp Pendleton, had approximately 200 terms and grew to over 400 by warâ€™s end, Cowboy said. â€œIn training, all the codes had to be memorized. On the battlefield, the code was never written down, it was always spoken,â€? she said, â€œAnd the code talkers could communicate in 20 seconds what UPPLUIFUFDIOPMPHZPGUIBUUJNFNJOutes to do.â€? The code devised by the Navajo Marines was the only code in the history of American warfare that was never broken and helped the U.S. Marine Corps as they battled across the Pacific from 19421945. The battle of Iwo Jima is one of the finest examples of the code talkerâ€™s proficiency. During that battle, six Navajo Code Talkers sent over 800 messages without error. Cowboy said that according to Maj. Howard Conner, the Fifth Marine Divisionâ€™s Signal Officer, â€˜The entire operation was directed by Navajo code. . . During the two days that followed the initial landings, I had six Navajo radio nets working around the clock . . . They sent and received over 800 messages without an error. Were it not for the
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