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One of the things that I heard when I was a young Private in the Army was "always complain up the chain [command] and not down it". When the 20th century wars began, 80% of the casualties and deaths were those of the armed forces and only 20% were civilians. By the end of the century, that had reversed: 80% of the casualties and deaths were civilian and 20% were those in the armed forces. Now, only six years into the next century, it's 90%-10%. 90% of the deaths and casualties are those of civilians. [Philip Bobbitt, American Enterprise Institute, November 13, 2006, "The Wars on Terror"



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