I alluded earlier to the destruction the current crop of DoD managers are wreaking on our military establishment.
Here’s a specific example, all too canonical.
The upstate New York military academy [West Point] is removing 13 items that reference the Confederacy, including a portrait and bust of General Robert E Lee, its superintendent before the Civil War, the Washington Examiner reports.
This revision of our nation’s military history is being done on the express approval of SecDef Lloyd Austin. Because erasing history, including critical military history, is the best way to teach military principles, successes, and failures to our future military officers.
We can’t get rid of the SecDef and his syndicate in the Office of the Secretary of Defense soon enough.