Our Allies and Our Exit Strategy: Polish Contributions to the War on Terror

That’s the working title of my year-long project about the Polish military.

Fishbowl DC kindly posted this farewell note (watch the video for a synopsis of what I will be working on):

Aleksandra Kulczuga, a scribe for The Daily Caller, is leaving the publication to tie the knot.

She and her fiance, who is an Army Ranger, will move to gorgeous Monterrey [sic], Calif. for his new assignment. To be sure, she won’t be twiddling her thumbs. She has won a Phillips Foundation grant to study Poland’s involvement in Afghanistan and the countries’ close relationship to the U.S. on the War on Terror.

“While we’re sad to lose her, there’s no doubt that she’s about to embark on a very exciting journey, if I’m allowed to be so trite,” said Daily Caller spokeswoman Becca Glover Watkins.

Former Defense Sec. Donald Rumsfeld gave her high praise Tuesday night at a Phillips Foundation dinner where she spoke. Rumsfeld gave her no less than a standing ovation at the end of her speech. Watch him pop up (solo!) at the end of the short YouTube clip below.

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One response to “Our Allies and Our Exit Strategy: Polish Contributions to the War on Terror

  1. Your speech resembles in tone the book “A Question of Honor: The Kosciuszko Squadron: Forgotten Heroes of World War II” by Lynne Olson & Stanley Cloud… Good luck, and let your reporting have the noble effect you are aiming at achieving.

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