Soon, though, Caldwell ordered the unit to gather profiles of visiting dignitaries, including their likes and dislikes and "hot-button issues," the magazine reported.
Shock I know. Why I can't think of single time where this has ever been attempted before. This is earthshaking and sure to send shockwaves all through the civilized world. Well except for everyone older then 5 years old who learned the art whether trying to manipulate their parents or get their friends to go along with their latest scheme to get back at Suzy.
I know, I know, right now anybody who is involved in sales is scratching their heads and mouthing the open ended question of "so what".
Folks, throughout my military career I hosted more then one congressional delegation and I am here to tell you, you had better know their likes, dislikes, and hot button issues or they would be sure to inform you, normally in a very stern manner. Ain't that right former congresswoman Schroder? Sorry you had to wear that helmet and flak vest while observing the live fire demonstration of grenades being thrown. She was worried about the photos doncha know with mussed up hair or something.
The shocking part of this story is that commanders are having to go begging to these people for the resources necessary to prosecute our war on terrorists.
"How do we get these guys to give us more people?" Caldwell asked, according to the magazine. "What do I have to plant inside their heads?"
So Rolling Stone, which has been receiving awards and having praise heaped upon them since forcing Gen McChrystal to retire writes yet another sensational headline trying to parlay their bringing down and ending the career of Gen McChrystal to apparently try and repeat the coup again.
We have met the enemy, and it is us.
Now you want to talk about psyops let's talk abut Saddamm and his broadcasting messages prior to Desert Storm about Bart Simpson carrying on an affair with our wives and girlfriends. 100 hours later and I am sure he was regretting that.