Our strategy is one of preventing war by making it self-evident to our enemies that they're going to get their clocks cleaned if they start one. - John W. Vessey, Jr.

Our strategy is one of preventing war by making it self-evident to our enemies that they're going to get their clocks cleaned if they start one.

by John W. Vessey, Jr.

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