Do some research. You'll find this same information on many sites.<quoted text>Idiotspeak. If that were the case any and all generals would apply, no matter their location. Lovell was in Germany dumbazz and was not in direct contact with anyone on the ground in Benghazi__therefore he didn't have firsthand knowledge of what had happened at the consulate or what was happening at the CIA annex (see Hicks testimony)
Lovell was not on the ground and could not have run to the guns period.
You're too fn cluless to post on the topic babe__maybe you (all)should stay on the game threads.
Testifying in front of a House Oversight Committee hearing Thursday on Capitol Hill, retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Lovell said the military should have and could have done more to help Americans who were killed in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. Lovell is the former deputy director for intelligence at Africa Command. His testimony today is the first testimony from a member of the military who was at Africa Command during the time of the Benghazi attack on the U.S consulate.
Lovell was a member of the military who was at Africa Command during the time of the attack - stationed in Germany - which I pointed out in the first post.