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Ironically, the concept of Death Watch began twenty years ago, after the 1995 virus outbreak in Zaire and subsequent Ebola rise in Gabon," explained Michael Sedge, author of 15 books, former correspondent for Armed Forces Journal International and American Society of Journalists and Authors director-at-large.
John Carney, with the help of Benjamin Schemmer, past editor of Armed Forces Journal International, has written an autobiographical account of the development and integration of special operations forces since the disaster at Desert One.
[The following article is a reprint from the Armed Forces Journal International, April 2002.
He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Armed Forces Journal International and also serves as a director on the boards of Mutual of America, Microvision, Inc.
McCoy has also held additional sales and sales management positions with the Armed Forces Journal International.
As the Commandant said in his October 2000 article for the Armed Forces Journal International, the term "expeditionary" implies the force is "organized to accomplish a broad range of military objectives in a foreign country or region.