War Veteran Wins Award for Book on Pros and Cons of Military Technology

War Veteran Wins Award for Book on Pros and Cons of Military Technology

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Paul Scharre, a former U.S. Army Ranger who served in Iraq and Afghanistan and current director of the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, wrote the nonfiction book Army of None, and it just won a $5,000 award named for the late CIA director William E. Colby.   Image Via Twitter According to US News, who announced this stunning development., the Colby prize is “given annually since 1999 by Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont” and “is presented for a work of fiction or non-fiction about military history, intelligence operations or international affairs”. Scharre’s work fit the bill quite …