HMT CMR DA - SDI 2010 CMR CMR DA CMR DA CMR DA. 1...

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SDI 2010 CMR DA CMR CMR DA CMR DA ................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Uniqueness ............................................................................................................................................................... 2 Brink ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 AT: CMR Down--McChrystal .................................................................................................................................. 4 Links ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Impacts—Iraq Escalation .......................................................................................................................................... 6 Impacts--Terrorism ................................................................................................................................................... 7 Impacts—DA Turns Case .......................................................................................................................................... 8 *****Aff****** ....................................................................................................................................................... 9 A2: Uniqueness ........................................................................................................................................................ 9 1
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SDI 2010 CMR DA CMR Uniqueness Replacing McChrystal with Petraeus was huge boost to Obama's military relations Derek Reveron , Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island. "Triumph for Civil Military Relations", 6/23 /2010, d.a. 7-26-2010 http://sitrep.globalsecurity.org/articles/100623622-triumph-for-civil-military-rel.htm Relieving General Stanley McChrystal could not have been an easy decision for President Obama. In this speech, he emphasized McChrystal's patriotism and accomplishments and thanked him for decades of service to the United States. However, he was relieved for poor judgment and not competence. This particular episode of civil-military relations also serves as a reminder to all officers that they do more than fight wars. Admirals and Generals are also policy actors. But filling a policy role is not without some peril to the military; civilian control is the law. When military leaders do get out of step with the administration or show disrespect, they are let go. Admiral Fallon was relieved in spring 2008 because of perceived differences with President Bush on Iran. General David McKiernan was replaced to bring fresh ideas to Afghanistan in 2009. And now McKiernan's successor, General Stanley McChrystal, was relieved. Up to this point, McChrystal precariously navigated the civil-military divide
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