Saturday, August 14, 2010

Meet some Pentagon Traitors Who Are Selling Out America

When the American public gets lied to AGAIN, about troops coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan and the USA starts bombing Iran to make Israel happy, you can thank these backstabbers who have chosen allegiance to apartheid, genocide, bigotry and hate over their Constitutional oath to protect THIS country, not Khazaristan.

The JEWISH Institute for National Security Affairs

Continued and robust military-to-military dialogue between the American and Israeli defense establishments is central to JINSA's philosophy. The annual Flag & General Officers Trip to Israel, in which recently retired American generals and admirals are invited to visit Israel with JINSA to meet the top echelon of the Israeli military and political leadership, ensures that the American delegation is well briefed on the security concerns of Israel, as well as the key role Israel plays as a friend and ally of the U.S. To date, JINSA has taken close to 400 retired officers to Israel, many of whom serve on JINSA's Board of Advisors.

Participants in the JINSA Israel Program for Retired U.S. Admirals & Generals (1982-2009) (Last Command Included)
* R. Adm. Boyd Acklin, USCG
* R. Adm. Jack Adams, USN
* V. Adm. Richard C. Allen, USN (Ret.) - Commander Naval Air Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet
* R. Adm. Fred L. Ames, USCG (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant for Human Resources
* Lt. Gen. Marcus Anderson, USAF (Ret.) - Air Force Inspector General
* Maj. Gen. Edward Atkeson, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff Intelligence, U.S. Army Europe
* Lt. Gen. Donald Babers, USA (Ret.) - Director, Defense Logistics Agency
* Lt. Gen. Robert Baer, USA (Ret.) - Commandant, U.S. Army War College
* Maj. Gen. Max Baratz, USAR (Ret.) - Commanding General, US Army Reserve Command
* Maj. Gen. Eldon A. Bargewell, USA (ret.) - Director, Strategic Operations at Headquarters Multi-National Force-Iraq, Baghdad
* Brig. Gen. George Bartlett, USMC (Ret.) - Director, Facilities and Services Division, Installations and Logistics Department
* Lt. Gen. Jared Bates, USA (Ret.) - Army Inspector General
* R. Adm. Charles Beers, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Submarine Group Ten
* Gen. William Begert, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Pacific Air Forces, and Air Component Commander for the Commander, U.S. Pacific Command
* Maj. Gen. Calvert Benedict, USA (Ret.)
* V. Adm. Bruce Beran, USCG (Ret.) - Commander, Eleventh Coast Guard District
* Lt. Gen. Arthur C. Blades, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, Policies and Operations
* Gen. George Blanchard, USA (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe
* Brig. Gen. Frank Blazey, USA (Ret.)
* Lt. Gen. Harold W. Blot,USMC (Ret.) - Chief, Marine Corps Aviation
* Maj. Gen. Charles Bolden,USMC (Ret.) - Commanding General, Third Marine Aircraft Wing, First Marine Expeditionary Force, Fleet Marine Force Pacific
* Maj. Gen. Robert Bohn, USMC (Ret.) - Commanding General, Camp Lejeune
* Brig. Gen. Philip L. Bolte, USA (Ret.)
* Lt. Gen. Martin Brandtner, USMC (Ret.) - Director for Operations, J-3, Joint Staff
* Lt. Gen. Joseph K. Bratton, USA (Ret.) - Chief of Engineers
* Brig. Gen. Frank J. Breth, USMC (Ret.) - Commanding General, MCRD/WRR
* Lt. Gen. Devol Brett, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Allied Air Forces Southern Europe
* Gen. Bryan “Doug” Brown, USA (Ret.) - Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command
* Lt. Gen. Frederic J. Brown, USA (Ret.)
* Lt. Gen. William E. Brown Jr.,USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Allied Air Forces Southern Europe
* Lt. Gen. John Bruen, USA (Ret.)
* R. Adm. Stanley Bryant, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Carrier Group Four
* Lt. Gen. Walter E. Buchanan, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, 9th Air Force and U.S. Central Command Air Forces
* V. Adm. Edward A. Burkhalter, USN (Ret.) - Director of Strategic Operations for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
* Lt. Gen. Anthony Burshnick, USAF (Ret.) - Vice Commander-in-Chief of the Military Airlift Command
* Adm. James Busey, USN (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces in Europe
* Maj. Gen. Bobby Butcher, USMC (Ret.) -Commander, Landing Force Training Command Pacific
* Maj. Gen. Matthew Caulfield, USMC (Ret.) -Director, Marine Corps Training and Education
* Lt. Gen. Paul Cerjan, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Allied Commander, Europe
* Adm. Hank Chiles, USN (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, US Strategic Command
* Lt. Gen. Ronald Christmas, USMC (Ret.) -Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower & Reserve Affairs
* R. Adm. Stephen Clarey, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Amphibious Group Three
* Adm. Archie Clemins, USN (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, United States Pacific Fleet
* Lt. Gen. Robert E. Coffin, USA (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. Richard Comer, USAF (Ret.) - Director, Coalition Coordination Center, US Central Command
* V. Adm. Daniel L. Cooper, USN (Ret.) - Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Undersea Warfare
* Lt. Gen. Kenneth Cooper, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 20th Engineering Brigade
* R. Adm. Frank W. Corley, USN (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. Gregory Corliss, USMC (Ret.) - Director, Plans Division/ Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, Policies and Operations
* R. Adm. James Cossey, USN (Ret.) - Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Plans, Policy & Operations
* Lt. Gen. Martin Covalt, USA (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. John Cox, USMC (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii
* Maj. Gen. Neal Creighton, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 1st Infantry Division
* V. Adm. Lou Crenshaw, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Resources, Requirements and Assessments (N8)
* Lt. Gen. Patrick Crizer, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 3rd Infantry Division
* V. Adm. George Davis, USN (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. Harley Davis, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 5th Special Forces Group
* Gen. J. B. Davis, USAF (Ret.) - Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers Europe (NATO)
* Lt. Gen. John K. Davis, USMC (Ret.) -Assistant Commandant
* Lt. Gen. Joseph DeFrancisco, USA (Ret.) -Deputy Commander in Chief and Chief of Staff, U.S. Pacific Command
* Adm. Bruce DeMars, USN (Ret.) - Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion
* Gen. Charles Donnelly, USAF (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, U.S. Air Forces in Europe
* V. Adm. Francis Donovan, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Amphibious Group Three
* Lt. Gen. Lee Downer, USAF (Ret.) -Director of Operations, Air Combat Command
* V. Adm. Robert F. Dunn, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Naval Air Force Atlantic Fleet
* Maj. Gen. Robert Eaglet, USAF (Ret.) - Deputy Assistant Secretary, Management policy and program integration, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition
* Adm. Leon Edney, USN (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, Allied Forces NATO
* R. Adm. Thomas R.M. Emery, USN (Ret.)
* Brig. Gen. William Engel, USA (Ret.) - Commander, White Sands Proving Ground/Missile Range
* Gen. William Evans, USAF (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, U.S. Air Forces in Europe
* R. Adm. James Flatley, USN (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. Bobby Floyd, USA (Ret.) - Director of Logistics, Air Mobility Command
* Lt. Gen. John F. Forrest, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe
* Lt. Gen. Eugene Forrester, USA (Ret.) - Commander, Western Command
* Gen. John Foss, USA (Ret.) - Commander, US Army Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
* Gen. Fred Franks, USA (Ret.) - Commander, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command
* Maj. Gen. Paul Fratarangelo, USMC (Ret.) - Commander, Marine Corps Air Bases, Western Area
* Maj. Gen. Donald R. Gardner, USMC (Ret.) - Commander, III Marine Expeditionary Force and Commander, 3rd Marine Division
* Lt. Gen. Jay Garner, USA (Ret.) - Assistant Vice Chief of Staff
* Maj. Gen. William Garrison, USA (Ret.) - Commander, Special Forces Command
* Lt. Gen. Edwin Godfrey, USMC (Ret.) -Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific/Commander, Marine Corps Bases, Pacific
* Maj. Gen. David Grange, USA (Ret.) - Commander, Task Force Eagle (Bosnia) and Task Force Kosovo.
* Lt. Gen. David E. Grange, Jr., USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, Sixth U.S. Army
* Lt. Gen. Robert Gray, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe and Seventh Army
* Lt. Gen. Thomas Griffin, USA (Ret.) - Chief of Staff, Allied Forces Southern Europe
* V. Adm. Lee Gunn, USN (Ret.) - Inspector General of the Department of the Navy
* R. Adm. Ben Hacker, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Naval Training Center, San Diego
* Brig. Gen. Harry Hagaman, USMC (Ret.) - Director of Intelligence
* Lt. Gen. Earl Hailston, USMC (Ret.) - Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific/Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Central Command/ Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific/Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Bases, Pacific
* Lt. Gen. John B. Hall, USAF (Ret.) - Commander of U.S. Forces, Japan and Commander, 5th Air Force
* Gen. Alfred Hansen, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Air Force Logistics Command
* Brig. Gen. Floyd Hargrove, USAF (Ret.) - Inspector General, Military Airlift Command
* Gen. James Hartinger, USAF (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, North American Air Defense Command
* R. Adm. Donald Harvey, USN (Ret.) - Director, Naval Intelligence
* Gen. Richard Hawley, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Air Combat Comment
* Gen. Richard Hearney, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps
* Lt. Gen. Richard Henry, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Air Force Space Command
* Gen. Thomas Hill, USA (Ret.) - Commander, Southern Command
* R. Adm. James Hinkle, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Naval Personnel and Commander, Navy Personnel Command
* Lt. Gen. Ronald Hite, USA (Ret.) - Director, Army Acquisition Corps
* Lt. Gen. Walter S. Hogle,USAF (Ret.) - Commander of the 15th Air Force at Travis AFB
* R. Adm. J. T. Hood, USN (Ret.) - Program Exec. Theater Air Defense
* Lt. Gen. Hal Hornburg, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Air Combat Command, and Air Component
* Lt. Gen. Bradley Hosmer, USAF (Ret.) - Superintendent, USAF Academy
* V. Adm. James Hull, USCG (Ret.) - Commander, Coast Guard Atlantic Area and Maritime
* Lt. Gen. Joseph Hurd, USAF (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, United Nations Command;
* Maj. Gen. Kenneth Israel, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Airborne Reconnaissance, and Director of the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office
* Maj. Gen. James Jackson, USA (Ret.) -Commanding General for the U.S. Army Military District of Washington
* Lt. Gen. John Jaquish, USAF (Ret.) - Principal Deputy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition
* Adm. David Jeremiah, USN (Ret.) - Vice Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
* Lt. Gen. James Johnson, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, 1st Army
* Adm. Jerome Johnson, USN (Ret.) - Vice Chief of Naval Operations
* V. Adm. Dennis Jones, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, US Strategic Command
* Maj. Gen. Lincoln Jones, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, Southern European Task Force
* R. Adm. Herb Kaler, USN (Ret.) - Director Joint Theater Air and Missile Defense Organization
* V. Adm. Douglas Katz, USN (Ret.) -Commander, Surface Forces, US Atlantic Fleet
* V. Adm. Bernard Kauderer, USN (Ret.) - Commander Submarine, Allied Command Atlantic
* Maj. Gen. James A. Kelley, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 66th Aviation Brigade
* Lt. Gen. Robert Kelley, USAF (Ret.) - Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy
* Gen. William Kernan, USA (Ret.) - Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic and Commander in Chief, United States Joint Forces Command,
* Maj. Gen. Calhoun Killeen, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Commander, FMF, Pacific
* V. Adm. Robert E. Kirksey, USN (Ret.) - Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet
* Brig. Gen. George H. Leach, USMC (Ret.) - Commander, Marine Corps Air Bases
* Maj. Gen. Leo LeBlanc, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Commander, FMF
* V. Adm. Anthony Less, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Naval Air Forces, US Atlantic Fleet
* Maj. Gen. William Levine, USAF (Ret.)
* R. Adm. Frederick L. Lewis, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Naval Doctrine Command
* Lt. Gen. Donald M. Lionetti, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, US Army Space and Defense Command
* V. Adm. Stephen F. Loftus, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Naval Operations
* Lt. Gen. Donald A. Logeais, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Military Airlift Command
* Maj. Gen. Homer Long, Jr., USA (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. Bradley Mark Lott, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development Command
* Lt. Gen. Robert H. Ludwig, USAF (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff, command, control, communications and computers, Headquarters
* Maj. Gen. Joseph Lutz, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 1st Special Operations Command
* Maj. Gen. Jarvis Lynch, USMC (Ret.) - Commander, Eastern Marine Recruiting Depot
* Lt. Gen. Jack Mackmull, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, XVIII Airborne Corps
* Gen. Robert Magnus, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant
* R. Adm. Dan March, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Perisan Gulf Battle Force
* Gen. Thomas Marsh, USAF (Ret.)
* V. Adm. Edward H. Martin, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces Europe
* Gen. Gregory Martin, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Air Force Materiel Command
* Brig. Gen. Theodore Mataxis, USA (Ret.) -Chief of the Joint Military Equipment Team
* Lt. Gen. Charles May, USAF (Ret.) - Vice Chief of Staff
* V. Adm. Martin Mayer, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, Joint Forces Command
* Lt. Gen. Dennis McCarthy, USMC (Ret.) - Commander, Marine Forces North
* V. Adm. Paul McCarthy, USN (Ret.) - Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet
* V. Adm. William F. McCauley, USN (Ret.) - Commander of Naval Surface Forces, Atlantic.
* Maj. Gen. James McCombs, USAF (Ret.) - Deputy Commander in Chief, US Special Operations Command
* Lt. Gen. Fred McCorkle, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Commandant for Aviation
* Gen. Kenneth McLennan, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps
* Maj. Gen. Michael C. McMahan, USAF(Ret.) - Commander, Air Force Personnel Center
* Maj. Gen. Carl H. McNair, Jr.,USA (Ret.) - Chief of Staff of US Army Training and Doctrine Command
* Maj. Gen. Peter McVey, USA (Ret.) - Program Executive Officer for Armored Systems Modernization
* Lt. Gen. Sinclair Melner, USA (Ret.) - Commander, US Army Soldier Support Center
* Gen. Jack N. Merritt, USA (Ret.) - U.S. Military Representative, NATO Military Committee
* V. Adm. Gerald Miller, USN (Ret.) - Commander, 2nd Fleet
* R. Adm. Mark Milliken, USN (Ret.) - Director, Navy International Programs Office
* R. Adm. Riley Mixson, USN (Ret.) - Director of Air Warfare
* Gen. John P. Monahan, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Chief of Staff, U.S. Forces Korea
* Maj. Gen. Marc Moore, USMC (Ret.) - Chief of Staff, U.S. Forces, Japan
* Maj. Gen. Royal Moore, USMC (Ret.) - Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific
* Maj. Gen. William C. Moore, USA (Ret.) - Director for Operations, Headquarters
* Brig. Gen. Hal Morgan, USAF (Ret.) -
* Gen. Thomas Morgan, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant
* Lt. Gen. Carol Mutter, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower and Reserve Affairs
* Maj. Gen. Gordon Nash, USMC (Ret.) - Director, Expeditionary Warfare Division
* Maj. Gen. Slade Nash, USAF (Ret.) - Chief, Joint U.S. Military Group and the Military Assistance Advisory Group Spain.
* Maj. Gen. Steven E. Nichols, USA (Ret.) -
* Lt. Gen. Max Noah, USA (Ret.) - Comptroller of the Army
* Maj. Gen. Larry Northington, USAF (Ret.) - Deputy Assistant Secretary for Strategic Planning
* Gen. Wallace Nutting, USA (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, United States Southern Command
* Gen. William L. “Spider” Nyland, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant
* V. Adm. J.W. Nyquist, USN (Ret.) - Assistant Chief of Naval Operations for Surface Warfare
* Lt. Gen. Andrew O’Donnell, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Wing Commander, Third Marine Aircraft Wing
* Lt. Gen. Tad Oelstrom, USAF (Ret.) - Special Assistant to the Commander Air Force Space
* Lt. Gen. Stephen G. Olmstead, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Drug Policy and Enforcement
* Maj. Gen. Jim Parker, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Ft. Bragg
* V. Adm. John Parker, USN (Ret.)
* Lt. Gen. Garry Parks, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Commandant, Manpower and Reserve Affairs
* Maj. Gen. Robert Patterson, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Special Operations Command & Commanding General 23rd Air Force
* V. Adm. Jim Perkins, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Military Sealift Command
* V. Adm. D. Brian Peterman, USCG (Ret.) - Commander, Atlantic Area
* Lt. Gen. Charles Pitman, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Aviation
* Lt. Gen. John Phillips, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans, Policies and Operations
* V. Adm. Walt Piotti, Jr., USN (Ret.) - Commander, Military Sealift Command
* Lt. Gen. Everett Pratt, USAF (Ret.) - Vice Commander, US Air Forces Europe
* Lt. Gen. Winston Powers, USAF (Ret.) - Director, Defense Communications Agency
* Lt. Gen. John Pustay, USAF (Ret.) - President, National Defense University
* Adm. Paul Reason, USN (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, US Atlantic Fleet
* Maj. Gen. Duff Rice, USMC (Ret.)
* Lt. Gen. Randall Rigby, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Commanding General ñ Futures, US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
* Maj. Gen. Milnor Roberts, USA (Ret.) - Chief of Army Reserves
* Adm. W.D. Robertson, USN (Ret.)
* Lt. Gen. Roscoe Robinson, USA (Ret.) - U.S. Military Representative, NATO Military Committee
* Maj. Gen. Al Rogers, USAF (Ret.) - Director, Operational Plans & Interoperability, The Joint Staff
* Maj. Gen. Robert Rosenkranz, USA (Ret.) - Commander, US Army Test & Evaluation Command
* V. Adm. William Rowden, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Naval Sea Systems
* Lt. Gen. Vincent Russo, USA (Ret.) - Director, Defense Logistics Agency
* Gen. Robert Rutherford, USAF (Ret.) - Commander in chief of the United States Transportation Command
* Brig. Gen. Kevin Ryan, USA (Ret.) - Director, Army Strategic War Plans, Policy, and International Affairs
* R. Adm. Richard Rybacki, USCG (Ret.) - Commander, First Coast Guard District
* Gen. Crosbie Saint, USA (Ret.) - Commander in Chief, U.S. Army Europe
* R. Adm. Norman Saunders, USCG (Ret.) - Commander, 7th Coast Guard District
* V. Adm. Robert Schoultz, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Naval Air Force, United States Pacific Fleet
* Maj. Gen. Bruce K. Scott, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, US Army Security Assistance
* Gen. Robert Sennewald, USA (Ret.) -Commander in Chief, United Nations Command
* Maj. Gen. Sidney Shachnow, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, JFK Special Warfare Center and School at Ft. Bragg
* R. Adm. Sumner Shapiro, USN (Ret.) - Director, Office of Naval Intelligence
* R. Adm. Doniphan B. Shelton, USN (Ret.) - Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Philippines
* Maj. Gen. Stan R. Sheridan, USA (Ret.) - Assistant Deputy Army Chief of Staff
* R. Adm. John F. Sigler, USN (Ret.) - Plans and Policy Officer (J5) for the United States Central Command
* R. Adm. Ronald F. Silva, USCG (Ret.) - Commander of the Ninth Coast Guard District
* Lt. Gen. Lawrence A. Skantze, USAF (Ret.) - Commander, Air Force Systems Command
* Lt. Gen. Lawrence Skibbie, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Commander, Army Materiel Command
* Brig. Gen. Anthony Smith, USA (Ret.) - Principal Deputy for NATO and Europe, Office of the Secretary of Defense
* R. Adm. Duncan Smith, USCG (Ret.) - Deputy Area Commander, Mobilization & Reserve Component Affairs U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area.
* Lt. Gen. Keith Smith, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Aviation
* Adm. Leighton Smith, USN (Ret.) - Commander, US Forces & NATO, Southern Europe
* Adm. William D. Smith, USN (Ret.) - U.S. Military Representative, NATO Military Committee
* Maj. Gen. Charles Sniffin, USA (Ret.) - Commander of Troops
* Lt. Gen. Robert D. Springer, USAF (Ret.) - Vice Commander in Chief, Military Airlift Command
* Gen. Donn Starry, USA (Ret.) - Commander, US Forces Europe
* V. Adm. George Steele, USN (Ret.) - Commaander, US Seventh Fleet
* Lt. Gen. William M. Steele, USA (Ret.) Commanding General, Combined Arms Center; Deputy Commanding General, TRADOC; Commandant, Command & General Staff College -
* Lt. Gen. Theodore Stroup, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel
* Maj. Gen. Leroy Suddath, USA (Ret.) - Commander, 1st Special Operations Command
* Maj. Gen. Robert J. Sunell, USA (Ret.) - Director, Armored Family of Vehicles Task Force
* Brig. Gen. Richard Sweet, USA (Ret.)
* Maj. Gen. Thomas Tait, USA (Ret.) - Commandant, U.S. Army Armor School
* R. Adm. Jeremy Taylor, USN (Ret.) - Director, Naval Aviation Plans
* Maj. Gen. Larry Taylor, USMCR (Ret.) - Commanding General, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing
* Lt. Gen. Peter Taylor, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, III Corps & Ft. Hood
* Maj. Gen. Edmund Thompson, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, U.S. Army Intelligence Agency
* Lt. Gen. Eugene V. Tighe, USAF (Ret.) - Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
* R. Adm. John Tozzi, USCG (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant for Systems
* Lt. Gen. Lansford Trapp, USAF (Ret.) - Vice Commander, Pacific Air Forces
* Adm. Carlisle Trost, USN (Ret.) - Chief of Naval Operations
* V. Adm. Jerome O. Tuttle, USN (Ret.) - Deputy Director of Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency
* Gen. William Tuttle, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, Materiel Command
* R. Adm. George Voelker, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Military Recruiting Command
* Gen. Louis C. Wagner, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, Materiel Command
* R. Adm. Dick Walters, USN (Ret.)
* Gen. Volney Warner, USA (Ret.) - Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Readiness Command
* Lt. Gen. Claudius E. Watts, III, USAF (Ret.) - President, The Citadel Military College of South Carolina
* R. Adm. Hugh L. Webster, USN (Ret.) - Director, Logistics and Security Assistance, U.S. Pacific Command
* Lt. Gen. Sidney Weinstein, USA (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence
* Gen. Joseph Went, USMC (Ret.) - Assistant Commandant
* Brig. Gen. Donald Whalen, USA (Ret.) - Program Manager, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Research, Development and Acquisition
* Brig. Gen. Thomas E. White, USA (Ret.) - Exec. To the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
* Maj. Gen. Ennis Whitehead, USA (Ret.)
* Col. Bruce Williams, USA (Ret.)
* Brig. Gen. Myrna Williamson, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, U.S. Army Third ROTC Region
* R. Adm. Thomas J. Wilson, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Standing Naval Force Atlantic
* Lt. Gen. Robert J. Winglass, USMC (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Installations and Logistics, Headquarters
* Lt. Gen. Leonard Wishart, USA (Ret.) - Commanding General, Army Combined Arms Command
* Lt. Gen. Jack Woodward, USAF (Ret.) - Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Information, and Deputy Chief Information Officer, HQ USAF
* R. Adm. Guy Zeller, USN (Ret.) - Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Group Three
A visit to Apartheid Israel, the land of easy sex, many cameras and an unlimited supply of XTC.

And what did America get in return? Zionist agents got to spy on and get info first hand about our ballistic missile and nuclear weapon technology.

6 comments:

  1. Liars have little place in civilized discourse. A chosen leader should not include such behaviors in their repertoire of correspondence or speech. The ADL has recently charged the producers of a couple of 9-11 videos with 'anti-Semitism', which is odd because such an attitude meshes little with that colony of the damned called Israel, which is a creation of a pack of ruthless swine from Buckingham Palace and The City of London, SURELY NON-SEMITIC.

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  2. Greg, excellent article. Apparently the generous paid by the USA Government is not enough for these guys. They have to go seeking additional fringes from a foreign government.

    Official corruption is the biggest problem in the destruction of the USA.

    Mike

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  3. antiGENTILISM is the cause of so-called "antisemitism". Humanity did not invent "antisemitism" from thin air, and then wait thousands of years for a Jew to come along so they could "hate" him for absolutely no reason. Jews came along and codified hatred of ALL NON-Jews in their beliefs, as is thoroughly documented elsewhere. Now whenever a NON-Jew acts or speaks in SELF-DEFENSE, the Jews yell "antisemitism". Jew have to quit their HATE of the rest of HUMANITY, and "antisemitism" will dissipate. Jews must "recognize" the HUMAN and SPIRITUAL EQUALITY of all NON-Jews.

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  4. Most jews ARE NOT SEMITIC. MOST ALL SEMITES ARE NOT JEWS. Every sane jew knows this. In the field of political discourse, the phrase "anti-Semitism" is used to confound uneducated listeners and thus control the debate. There are confessions to this on the net besides it being cat-box obvious. GET A BLOODY CLUE AND DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!! WHO OWNS ISRAEL? THAT"S YOUR ASSIGNMENT.
    If a pack of military officers takes a freebee to Israel, big deal. KNOW THINE ENEMY. Most all of them know who really did 9-11, so if we see any of them going down on the freemasonry obelisk at the 'world court of the world', we will know if they are Americans or working for the queen lizard. I imagine they must know that the cabal who loaded and blew the WTCs are the same who situated, drilled and blew the Deepwater Horizon and designed, situated and built and commissioned the Fukushima plant to bring about "The F______ End Times" for the "Rest of the Retarded". Much evidence points to this same cabal utilizing scalar technology and a nuke on a nearby faultline to set off a tsunami to take out the Fukushima facility.


    I, for one, appreciate their making the field trip. I hope they return safely, unless hypnotized. For the hypnotized, I recommend a field trip to Norway to talk with the mothers of those kids slaughtered in the park a short time ago. Those ladies can straighten their asses out proper.

    If the brass learns too much while in Israel, they may be in danger. Homework, kids. Hope for their safe return,unless they go to praise the oblisk.

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  5. Blogger, you are an idiot. Many of these guys retired two or three decades ago. Plenty of them have no great love of Israel. You also got a lot of their last commands wrong -- it's obvious you just pulled some of them from Wilipaedia

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  6. Unlike you, though, they understand that, irrespective of their personal opinions, it's better that our military and political leaders have some first-hand experience and knowledge of Israel. We're all better off for it. So pull your head out of your *ss and make an effort to think clearly about things if you possibly can. Cheers, moron.

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