1,912. 2/14/2001

”Though [President] Mr. Bush never used the phrase today [February 14, 2001], the movement he endorsed is known within the military establishment as the ‘revolution in military affairs.’ It takes many forms, but focuses on the development of new weapons, often designed to attack not only enemy states, but small groups of terrorists who, like Osama bin Laden, can pose a major threat to the United States and its allies.”

 – David E. Sanger, “Bush Details Plan to Focus Military on New Weaponry,” The New York Times, Feb. 14, 2001

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