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Use "quagmires" in a sentence
"To catch Bacevich discussing how the U.S. military became specialists in quagmires in a Timothy MacBain TomCast audio interview click here or, to download it to your iPod, here."
"So an officer corps once intent above all on avoiding protracted wars now specializes in quagmires."
"I have no need to go into any detail regarding their remarkably similar obsession with Vietnam; and how all military conflicts involving the US--in which we acted out of our own national interest, rather than as part of the UN--instantly (usually within days) become Vietnam-like "quagmires" and are examples of the immoral warmongering of (almost always) Republican presidents."