Colonel Macgregor's devastatingly hard-hitting presentation made at the Empire Salon on his new book: Warrior's Rage: The Great Tank Battle of 73 Easting on March 10, 2010 describing the most significant battle of the 1991 Gulf War and its Geostrategic aftermath, explaining how a victory won decisively by Soldiers on the battlefield, was then lost by the U.S. Army chain of command.


In February 1991, after crossing the Iraqi border, Macgregor and his cavalry squadrons caught part of Iraq's Republican Guard by surprise and destroyed them in the largest tank battle in the history of the U.S. Army since World War II. Instead of exploiting the successful attack, the Army commanders halted Macgregor's advance and allowed the main body of the Republican Guard to escape. Thus, Saddam Hussein had the force to suppress the Kurdish and Shiite insurrections and stay in power.

Macgregor is one of the strongest critics of the American military and its industrial complex. Macgregor argues that Desert Storm was turned into a myth, creating a polarized celebrity culture transforming generals into iconic figures who began appearing as TV commentators, basking in book deals, consultancy sinecures, corporate board seats and lobbying contracts. Macgregor decries Congress and the press for not holding generals accountable--which he believes led to the series of disasters in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001.

Warrior's Rage: THE POSTER

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