Secondly, in response to a note about Nuclear Weapons [see: http://www.afa.org/PresidentsCorner/Notes/2012/Notes_4-19-12.pdf], Gen (Ret) John M. Loh responded: “I understand this and I have been in the forefront of … [those] who understand the new normal in nuclear deterrence - and the value of the manned, nuclear-capable penetrating bomber as the most valuable leg of the triad in making our deterrence strategy effective.” He further asked me to distribute a piece he wrote for the Shreveport Times. You can find it at: http://www.afa.org/EdOp/2012/Airpower_deterrence_reduced_defense_spending.asp.
Finally 4 days after I sent you my thoughts on Nuclear Weapons and arms control [see: http://www.afa.org/PresidentsCorner/Notes/2012/Notes_4-19-12.pdf] … with eight major points … a piece by Dr. Henry Kissinger and Lt Gen (Ret) Brent Scowcroft appeared in the Washington Post … also with eight major points – a few of which were similar to mine. You can find their piece at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/nuclear-weapon-reductions-must-be-part-of-strategic-analysis/2012/04/22/gIQAKG4iaT_story.html
Michael M. Dunn
Air Force Association