Grand Newsham, our resident Pacific Rim specialist, joined us to talk about whether we should take China’s “new sanctions” seriously or whether it is the age old trick of the Chinese — big announcement and then nothing delivered?
We’ll also discuss the likelihood that Japan and/or South Korea will acquire a “first strike” capability as well as “mutually assured destruction” capabilities in order to balance the regional scale.
Grand Newsham, Col USMC (ret) joined us to talk about Japan’s discussion to explore a first strike capability, South Korea’s discussion relative to returning tactical nuclear weapons to the Korean Peninsula and what’s next in the events coming out of North Korea.
Mike Musselman talks about the tactical problem of invading South Korea for the North Korean military.
North Korea continued its provocative actions over the weekend with its largest nuclear detonation to date, what’s next? We discuss that.
The President will also rescind DACA today, with a six-month delay to allow Congress to act. We talk about whether or not Congress is capable of such action action which would address the legal status of an estimated twelve-million people in the United States.
The Commandant of the Marine Corps joined ALL MARINE RADIO to talk leadership and current events.
SOCIAL MEDIA: Marine leaders need to become familiar with social media so they can understand the world their Marines live in and so they can use it as another tool to lead. He also discusses how “Marines United” has impacted his job.
THE PRESIDENT OF SOUTH KOREA’S VISIT TO THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE MARINE CORPS: President Moon of South Korea landed at Andrews AFB and went directly to the NMMC to pay his respects to the Marine Corps who rescued his family during the fight at the Chosin Reservoir.
HELO DUNKER TRAINING: The Commandant believes that we can and should raise the bar relative to swimming in the Marine Corps in general, and also believes we might be able to do better relative to frequent-flyers and helo dunker training.
John Allen, General USMC (ret), is a Distinguished Fellow in Residence – Foreign Policy, Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence at the Brookings Institute. He joined us today to talk about the appointment of one of his best friends, John Kelly, to the White House Chief of Staff position; we’ll also discuss the current situation with North Korea and the role China COULD play if it so desired.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Joe DUNFORD, appeared before the National Press Club yesterday (Monday, June 19 2017) and YOU NEED TO LISTENTO HIS COMPLETE COMMENTS — you’ll be smarter, trust me.
The Chairman talks Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, SU-22’s being shot down, Russia, Turkey, Iran, North Korea, the Defense Budget and strategies in each of these regions as well as his vision of how American involvement contributes to success. What you’ll get is complete answers to difficult questions, not sound bites.