Gen. Mark Milley (right) observes intelligence about the frontlines of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine at a global situational awareness facility in the Pentagon. CBS News
No other American has been more deeply involved in the war in Ukraine than General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. At 6:45 in the morning, he was about to have a call with Gen. Valery Zaluzhny, commander of Ukraine’s armed forces. “I talk to him every week, sometimes twice a week, three times a week,” Milley said.
Three hours later, he took “Sunday Morning” underground, deep in the bowels of the Pentagon, into a top-secret command center where all the intelligence collected from the battlefields of Ukraine is monitored by his staff, who inform him on a day-to-day basis what’s happening in the current operations. Milley said, “The fog and friction of war is always present, but our information systems are pretty good.”
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WNU Editor: There were some errors in the above CBS report (see tweet below).
The new @CBSNews report w/ Mark Milley is really good, but the map in the report needs some TLC.
It shows the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant and the Kinburn Spit as not Russian-occupied, which is factually incorrect.
It also places Zaporizhia City in an entirely wrong location. pic.twitter.com/vNcYjZ2Klc
— George Barros (@georgewbarros) September 10, 2023