Col. David H. Hackworth, author of "Steel My Soldiers' Hearts," "Price of Honor" and "About Face," saw duty or reported as a sailor, soldier and military correspondent in nearly a dozen wars and conflicts -- from the end of World War II to the fights against international terrorism.
by David Hackworth -- While bombs rain down on Yugoslavia, and politicians around the globe
argue about expanding or ending that terrible conflict, America again honors
its dead and living veterans from more…
by David Hackworth -- In the past few weeks, Russian politicians have begun rattling their
nuclear warheads in protest against the NATO demolition job on their
pals in Yugoslavia.
Since we're the more…
by David Hackworth -- On the first day bombs dropped on ex-Yugoslavia, Mrs. Albright said,
"I don't see this as a long-term operation."
Pardon me, Madeleine, it's already been a 30-day-plus nightmare, more…
by David Hackworth -- NATO's Wesley Clark is not the Iron Duke, nor is he Stormin' Norman.
Unlike Wellington and Schwarzkopf, Clark's not a muddy boots soldier.
He's a military politician, without more…
by David Hackworth -- Last week, on national television, I debated Jonathan Alter, a
Newsweek editor. Harvard-sharp, he's a super-hawk who wants to stick our
troops in the middle of Kosovo's killing more…