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Diane talks with the former U.S. Marine Corps Commandant who now serves as both Supreme Allied Commander of NATO forces and head of the U.S. European Command. Gen. Jones will talk about NATO missions, including those in Iraq and Afghanistan, and how the U.S. military structure and operations are evolving to address terrorism and to advance U.S. interests around the world.
- Gen. James L. Jones, Jr. Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, and Commander of the U.S. European Command
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