By Mark Tempest
We have a panel discussion about more than the losses of 9-11-01 on Episode 88 “The 911 Decade” by Midrats, Sunday 9-11-11, 5pm-6:30pm (1700 to 1830) (Eastern U.S.):
There are certain points in a nation’s history that define a transition from one era to another. These moments are so clear that you don’t realize it in retrospect – you know it the moment it happens. No one argues the fact that everything has changed; from all sides, everyone sees it. September 11th, 2001 was one of those times.
911 was not just a national moment, but a global moment.
Our military has changed, our national strategy has changed, the way we perceive the tradeoff between liberty and freedom has changed – the international order has changed.
Where was our nation and the world on September 10th 2001, and how did the events the following day bring us to where our nation is a decade later?
This Sunday join co-hosts Sal from “CDR Salamander” and EagleOne from “Eaglespeak” as they lead a panel discussion on the 911 Decade.
U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton
Panel members will include:
J. Michael Barrett, Partner at Diligent Innovations, Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve, and former Director, Strategy & Resources at the White House Homeland Security Council.
L. Thomas Bortmes, CAPT USN (Ret), research staff member at IDA, and former Executive Director, Office of Intelligence, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Department of Homeland Security.
James S. Robbins, Senior Editorial Writer for Foreign Affairs at the Washington Times, author, and contributing editor for National Review Online.
Claude Berube, LCDR USNR, instructor of Political Science at the United States Naval Academy, Intelligence Officer in the Navy Reserve, author, and former Senate Staff member.
Please join us.
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