FPRI’s Mac Owens Quoted in Washington Post

FPRI’s Mac Owens Quoted in Washington Post

FPRI’s Mac Owens Quoted in Washington Post


 “The military is not a partisan prize, and it should not be used for this,” said Mackubin Thomas Owens, a retired colonel in the Marine Corps reserves and dean of academic affairs at the Institute of World Politics. Allen and Flynn “were not introduced at the conventions as John or Mike, they were introduced as generals,” Owens said. “So the idea was more or less trade on their military experience. And I think that’s very destructive of civil-military relations.”

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