"Our Enemy Is Not Terrorism"

August 2004
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Aug2004, Vol. 130 Issue 8, p20
Conference Proceeding
The author enlisted in the United States Naval Reserve at the age of 31 because of the leadership of the then United States President Ronald Reagan and Secretary of the Navy John Lehman. After Secretary J. Lehman left the Navy Department, his company was lucky to have him on its team. He is extremely proud to have served with and for him and to have known the only leader in the great United States who has told the unvarnished truth concerning the real adversary in the current conflict. It reassuring that they still have at least one leader who has the intellectual honesty and intestinal fortitude to forgo the currently palatable code word terrorism and put the pipper on radical Islamic fundamentalism.


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