The two presidential hopefuls agree that a strong defense is essential but they press decidedly different buttons when making their cases on what the force structure should look like and where it should be used. Republican teammates George W. Bush and Dick Cheney believe strong leadership, which advances U.S. interests and extends peace, begins with a strong military, Bush advisor Stephen J. Hadley told an audience Monday at the Air Force Association (AFA) national convention in ...
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