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  • Watch Gen. David Petraeus Live

    Architect of the successful surge in Iraq and the soon-to-be commander of U.S. Central Command, Gen. David Petraeus will be speaking at Heritage at 11 a.m. ET today. Due to the high level of interest, there is no more room available in the Allison Auditorium. But you can watch live on Ustream.tv.

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    In March of this year, the current commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, Lt. Gen. Raymond Odierno, spoke at Heritage about why the surge has succeeded so far, and what must be done to preserve our gains. You can read his remarks here.

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    8 Responses to Watch Gen. David Petraeus Live

    1. Phil Crowley, New Br says:

      It would be helpful to see more frequently the slides about which Gen. Petraeus is speaking.

    2. Ravi C. Krishnan, Be says:

      Courage with clarity, humility, and class; incredible credibility.

    3. Mary B. Anders, Newt says:

      Loved the Breshnev opening. Excellent presentation of facts.Inspires hope for the Iraqi people (and for us)!Still work to be done though. Loved the Irish reconciliation model.Great answer to the "should we talk to our enemies" question: The Anaconda schema was very helpful in understanding the complexities of action with diplomacy. Thank you Heritage for streaming this!

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    5. winston says:

      IS video still available?

    6. Todd Thurman Todd Thurman says:

      http://www.foundry.org/2008/10/08/video-gen-dav

      You can watch the speech here.

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