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Frontline. Rumsfeld's war

With the US Army deployed around the world, on constant alert in Afghanistan and taking casualties every day in Iraq, some officers say the army is on the verge of being "broken." They say that the army is overstretched, demoralized and may be unable to fight where and when the nation desires. The program digs into the aggressive attempts to assert civilian control and remake the military by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his allies.

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  • "Investigates US Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld's determination to reform the military. Traces his career from advisor to President Nixon to his prominent role in the Bush administration's wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Includes interviews with key administration officials, military leaders and reporters."
  • "With the US Army deployed around the world, on constant alert in Afghanistan and taking casualties every day in Iraq, some officers say the army is on the verge of being "broken." They say that the army is overstretched, demoralized and may be unable to fight where and when the nation desires. The program digs into the aggressive attempts to assert civilian control and remake the military by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his allies."@en
  • "With the United States Army deployed in a dozen hotspots around the world, on constant alert in Afghanistan, and taking casualties every day in Iraq, some current and former officers now say the Army is on the verge of being "broken." The program digs into the aggressive attempts to assert civilian control and remake the military by the Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his allies."
  • "Summary: With the United States Army deployed in a dozen hotspots around the world, like the forces on constant alert in Afghanistan and taking casualties almost every day in Iraq, some current and former officers now say the army is on the verge of being broken. The man responsible, according to those officers, is a secretary of defence who came into the Pentagon determined to transform the shape of the military. In this documentary, Frontline and the Washington Post join forces for the first time to investigate Donald Rumsfeld's contentious battle with the Pentagon bureaucracy to assert civilian control of the military and remake the way America fights. This program traces Donald Rumsfeld's career from his time as an advisor to President Nixon to his rise as the oft-seen and well-known face of the George W. Bush administration during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. In interviews with key administration officials, military leaders, and reporters from the Washington Post, the documentary examines how a secretary of defence bent on reform became a secretary of war accused of ignoring the advice of his generals."@en
  • "Examination of the influence within the Pentagon of former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his political allies."@en
  • ""With the United States Army deployed in a dozen hot spots around the world, on constant alert in Afghanistan, and taking casualties every day in Iraq, some current and former officers now say the army is on the verge of being "broken." The program digs into the aggressive attempts to assert civilian control and remake the military by the Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his allies, and the results in the War on Terrorism and Iraq.""
  • "Summary: In this documentary, Frontline and the Washington Post join forces for the first time to investigate Donald Rumsfeld's battle with the Pentagon bureaucracy to assert civilian control of the military and remake the way America fights. 'Rumsfeld's War' traces Donald Rumsfeld's career from his time as an advisor to President Nixon to his rise as Secretary of Defense during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. In interviews with key administration officials, military leaders, and reporters from the Washington Post, the documentary examines how a Secretary of Defense bent on reform became a secretary of war accused of ignoring the advice of his generals. Offair, SBS, 83 min."
  • "With the United States Army deployed in a dozen hotspots around the world, on constant alert in Afghanistan, and taking casualties every day in Iraq, some current and former officers now say the army is on the verge of being "broken". The program digs into the aggressive attempts to assert civilian control and remake the military by the Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his allies."@en
  • "With the United States Army deployed in a dozen hot spots around the world, on constant alert in Afghanistan, and taking casualties every day in Iraq, some current and former officers now say the army is on the verge of being "broken." The program digs into the aggressive attempts to assert civilian control and remake the military by the Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and his allies, and the results in the War on Terrorism and Iraq."@en

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  • "Nonfiction television programs"@en
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  • "War (Nonfiction)"@en
  • "War television programs"@en
  • "Biography"@en
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  • "Documentary"@en
  • "Documentary television programs"@en
  • "Public affairs television programs"@en
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  • "Frontline. Rumsfeld's war"@en
  • "Frontline (Television program) Rumsfeld's war"@en
  • "Rumsfeld's war"@en
  • "Rumsfeld's war"