Jeff Huber

[audio:http://dissentradio.com/radio/10_07_08_huber.mp3]

Jeff Huber, Antiwar.com regular and author of Bathtub Admirals, discusses the diminishing likelihood of war with Iran or success in Afghanistan, the crazy Kagan-O’Hanlon plan to invade Pakistan and seize their nukes and why it would be completely unnecessary anyway.

MP3 here. (20:25)

Commander Jeff Huber, U.S. Navy (Retired) commanded an E-2C Hawkeye squadron and was operations officer of a Navy air wing and an aircraft carrier. Jeff’s essays have been required reading at the U.S. Naval War College where he earned a master of arts degree in neoconservative studies in 1995. His satires on military and foreign policy affairs appear at Antiwar.com, Aviation Week and Pen and Sword. Jeff’s novel Bathtub Admirals, a lampoon of America’s rise to global dominance, is on sale now.

3 thoughts on “Jeff Huber”

  1. Nice interview Scott. One little irritant though, can you please keep the music off while you or the guest are speaking. One has to strain to hear you guys in that din.

  2. Let's hope there's no attack on Iran–it would be completely unjustified. (Iran doesn't have nukes, remember?)

    We shouldn't be in Vietnam–er, Afghanistan. Let's get the hell out.

    Best regards to Commander Huber.

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