Harlan Ullman, Chair at the Killowen Group, describes what he believes Fleet Admiral Ernest King would say about the Navy’s current strategy, based on his World War II experiences
Harlan Ullman, chair of the Killowen Group, discusses why a full service for space operations would be “unworkable,” and why establishing a new high-level command would be a better strategy.
Killowen Group chair Harlan Ullman discusses some themes from his latest book, “Anatomy of a Failure: Why America loses every war it starts.”
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