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Author`s name Dmitry Sudakov

General Petraeus’ Favorite Mushroom: The US Army’s Human Terrain System - Comments

Thus far there are 24 sources for this series on the US Army’s Human Terrain System (HTS). Of those 24, only a few have been adversarial in their correspondences. Adversarial though some were, they provided information that was useful for vetting and cross-checking. The number of sources behind this effort is significant because it puts paid the notion that the articles are based on the rumblings of just a few individuals. Sources are located in the USA, Iraq and Afghanistan. All are intimately familiar with the HTS program which is, in the Pentagon’s world—a comparatively miniscule project

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