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From Geronimo to ‘The Scalp Hunters’: 10 Military Uses of Native Imagery
Considering the U.S. Military uses a plethora of Native American names and imagery to label and designate combat equipment, machinery and maneuvers and missions, one is often left to wonder the illustrious but simple question, why?In an opinion article in the Washington Post by Simon Waxman (managing editor of the Boston Review) entitled, The U.S. military’s ongoing slur of Native Americans Waxman eloquently puts it this way,

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From Geronimo to ‘The Scalp Hunters’: 10 Military Uses of Native Imagery

Considering the U.S. Military uses a plethora of Native American names and imagery to label and designate combat equipment, machinery and maneuvers and missions, one is often left to wonder the illustrious but simple question, why?
In an opinion article in the Washington Post by Simon Waxman (managing editor of the Boston Review) entitled, The U.S. military’s ongoing slur of Native Americans Waxman eloquently puts it this way,

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