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Military intelligence interrogators, however, their goal is to get information, to save lives, to stop the war, to find
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"Military intelligence interrogators, however, their goal is to get information, to save lives, to stop the war, to find Saddam - whatever the information is going to be used for, at whatever cost"

- Janis Karpinski

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This quote by Janis Karpinski talks to the function of military intelligence interrogators. Their objective is to acquire information that can be used to conserve lives, end wars, and discover those responsible for dispute. The information they get is of utmost significance, and they want to do whatever it takes to get it. This quote highlights the value of the work of military intelligence interrogators, and the lengths they are willing to go to in order to get the details they require. It likewise speaks with the importance of the information they obtain, and how it can be used to produce favorable modification. Eventually, this quote functions as a reminder of the significance of the work of military intelligence interrogators, and the impact they can have on the world.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Janis Karpinski somewhere between May 25, 1953 and today. He/she was a famous Soldier from USA. The author also have 22 other quotes.

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