Bleeding us dry

An item from the Legion Magazine.

Legion Magazine
Front Lines
Bleeding us dry

Bleeding us dry

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

Osama bin Laden had more in mind than inflicting incidental death and mayhem when he dispatched 19 al-Qaida terrorists to strike at the heart of American economic and military might two decades ago.

With hatred rooted in real and perceived abuse and exploitation, he aimed to lure the West, specifically the United States, into a protracted and costly war of attrition on home soil, where devout jihadists would be motivated and readily available.


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Story by Sharon Adams

The mountainous terrain of British Columbia has been described as a graveyard of small planes.

Many light aircraft downed by equipment failure, turbulence or unexpected foul weather have disappeared, crashing among the peaks and dense forests of the mountainsides and valleys. Some have never been found.


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