Tribal Warfare - By John Reed

Tribal Warfare - By John Reed

There are 1 comment on the Foreign Policy story from Sep 25, 2012, titled Tribal Warfare - By John Reed. In it, Foreign Policy reports that:

The Muscogee Nation, part of the Creek Indian tribe, which fought with Confederate troops against the U.S. military during the Civil War, is now guarding Americans stationed at U.S. bases in Herat and Helmand, Afghanistan, under a $7 million Pentagon contract .

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#1 Sep 26, 2012
So What does this mean. Be specific and to the point. What does this mean ? Should we circle the wagons here in the United States?

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