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Phil Klay
Author of Redeployment. Co-host of Manifesto! A Podcast.
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Phil Klay 5h
“The company declined to comment on any allegations regarding its finances and corporate structure, leadership on base, animal abuse, racism, pro-Apartheid social media posts, theft, misuse of money, security failures, rigged security inspections, the Iranian militia...”
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92Y Poetry Center 7h
John Kelly was speaking to the American people, with the authority of a retired general, on behalf of the president of the United States of America. And he was letting us know our place. "Warrior at the Mall" Klay reads here on 9/27
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Phil Klay Sep 15
“The 4-year-old placed rain boots on a neon pink stool in front of the sink, a toy rifle pinched between their little rubber soles and a helmet in front of them — a child’s version of the battlefield cross...”
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Chad Garland Sep 14
Writing about this family was a reminder of how much more than their own lives soldiers sacrifice. It’s a thing I know in my head, but sometimes I need a reminder for my heart.
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Quil Lawrence Sep 14
NPR's is looking to speak with some recent vets for a midterm election series. If you’ve recently returned from deployment and are transitioning back into civilian life, they want to hear from you. reach out to Danny at dhajek@npr.org
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The Strategy Bridge Sep 14
Good morning ! Today from the we present and Linda A. Sanders, Reading the Poetry of War.
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Phil Klay Sep 14
“I build this monument for the children I’ll one day have, daughters and sons who won’t share my blood, but to whom my heart will open.”
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Phil Klay Sep 14
Replying to @matthewsini
I feel the same about him
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Kori Schake Sep 13
“These half-Americans express without hesitation purely native sentiments. Their quality is remarkable. They brim with naïve confidence,” the Germans despaired.
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Phil Klay Sep 13
Replying to @PeterLucier
I’ll scan it and send it to you. It’s collected in The Lives of a Cell, which is well worth your time
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Phil Klay Sep 12
Replying to @PeterLucier
Also worth checking out this
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Phil Klay Sep 12
Replying to @paddygilgersj
Yep. Same here, my friend.
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Tori Egherman 🔥 Sep 12
Error is life. Yevgeny Zamyatin. Kandinsky. Lots of great discussion in this podcast from and
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Phil Klay Sep 12
i think we need to add the Futurist Manifesto to the queue for the podcast
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Phil Klay Sep 12
Replying to @TrueBoots
Thanks!
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Phil Klay Sep 11
“Even if you know what death looks like, she thought, you still work it.” Tonight at 7pm I’m moderating a discussion with at about his phenomenal book The Fighters
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Phillip Carter Sep 11
“...I learned that most generals would always ask for more money, more troops, more time — and more war. It’s like asking Tom Brady what he wants to do on Sunday.” by
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Phil Klay Sep 11
My mother often says I’ve changed the course of my son’s life by hyphenating his last name, by adding Ahmad, a Muslim surname, to Dhillon, a Sikh surname....“They won’t like it in India, they won’t like it in America,” she said.
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Phil Klay Sep 11
“Even if you know what death looks like, she thought, you still work it.” Tonight at 7pm I’m moderating a discussion with at about his phenomenal book The Fighters
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Phil Klay Sep 10
They jive well together, I think.
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