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Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
May 16, 2013 2:39pm
 
So, according to your vast knowledge of military mission statements the US military has no responsibility for the protection or response of US Embassies (US Soil) and only MSG has any responsibilities which is only destroying classified documents. Then, they should take their weapons away because they have and will use them against attackers. How about the Military Liaison Office assigned to Embassies state “responsibilities also include force protection of all Department of Defense assets in the region, coordinating U.S. military forces deployed to the area, and processing diplomatic clearances for U.S. military aircraft and vessels.” So according to you, the US military and the US Special Forces in Libya do not qualify for DOD protection. Lt Col Gibson was Special Forces not MSG. I thought Service Mission statements were broad enough to cover many contingencies, I didn't know they have to have every mission named.

The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight, and win ... in air, space, and cyberspace. Where is responding to terrorist attacks on US soil excluded? Or anything specifically included?

You pick up glass of water and you think you know something about the ocean. Please expand your mind.
     
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