Stein, Jeff
February 2014
Newsweek Global;2/28/2014, Vol. 162 Issue 9, p53
The article discusses U.S. Marine Franz Gayl's investigation into claims made by former U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates about the procurement of Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected vehicles (MRAPs) for troops in the Iraq War. Topics include the allegation in Gates' book "Duty: Memoir of a Secretary at War" that he fought opposition to supply MRAPs, the policies of U.S. Senator Joe Biden on the issue, and consequences faced by Gayl for his whistle-blower actions.


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