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The Putin-Kremlin-Russian trolls hate General Kellogg, which shows that he is good. 6 1/2 minute video.

Gen. Kellogg: This is my biggest concern right now
Fox News- Published on Mar 23, 2022
Former National Security Advisor Lt. Gen Keith Kellogg (Ret.) discusses struggles facing Russian troops and emphasizes need for Biden and NATO allies to tell Russia what will not be accepted. #FoxNews
Clarification: He says that he fears that Russia will use chemical weapons to force Zelenskyy to the table. However, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy wants to negotiate with Putin, but Putin doesn’t want to negotiate. Putin just wants Ukraine to give Putin everything that Putin desires. That’s not negotiation. That’s submission. That’s surrender. Ukraine doesn’t intend to surrender.

Contrary to what the Kremlin-Russian troll comments say, Kellogg knows war. Even those who know next to nothing about war, or team sports, have heard of home team/home field advantage. Ukraine has home team/home field advantage.

Kellogg’s fought against Kremlin machinations around the world, as well, for over half a century: “Kellogg was born in Dayton, Ohio, the son of Helen (Costello) and Joseph Keith Kellogg.[2] In 1961, he received his diploma from Long Beach Polytechnic High School.[3] Kellogg was commissioned into the Army through the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) at Santa Clara University as an Infantry Officer. During his time in service, Kellogg earned an M.S. in international affairs from the University of Kansas. Kellogg later went on to study senior level management and diplomacy at the United States Army War College.

During the Vietnam War he served in the 101st Airborne Division[4] and, after qualifying as a U.S. Army Special Forces officer, as a special forces adviser to the Cambodian Army.[5] It was during his time in Vietnam that Kellogg earned the Silver Star, Bronze Star with “V” Device, and Air Medal with “V” Device. Kellogg also commanded 3rd Brigade, 7th Infantry Division during Operation Just Cause.

In 1980, then LTC Kellogg commanded 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment and became the first light infantry unit to rotate to the Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC) located in the Mojave Desert.

During Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, from 1990 to 1991, Kellogg served as the Chief of Staff of the 82nd Airborne Division and then as its Assistant Division Commander. Kellogg was subsequently selected as the Commander of Special Operations Command Europe (SOCEUR). In 1996, he took command of the 82nd Airborne Division and retired from the Army in 2003, as a lieutenant general after serving as director of command, control, communications and computers for U.S. forces under the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Kellogg was in the Pentagon during the attacks on September 11, 2001. Following the crash of American Airlines Flight 77 into the Pentagon, Kellogg assumed responsibility of the alternate command post at Raven Rock Mountain Complex with United States Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz.

From December 2003 to 2004, he held a leading position in the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA).[6][5][7] Kellogg was asked to serve as Chief Operating Officer for the CPA in Baghdad, the transition government of Iraq, after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of that country and the signing of Coalition Provisional Authority Order 2 which disbanded the Iraqi Army.[8] During this time, Kellogg, with a reputation as an “expediter” known for cutting through red tape, was tasked with ensuring speed and discipline during the massive reconstruction process.[9] Following his service with the CPA, Kellogg was awarded the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service…….

Silver Star Citation
Awarded for actions during the Vietnam War
SYNOPSIS: First Lieutenant (Infantry) Joseph Keith Kellogg, United States Army, was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action while serving with the 101st Airborne Division during Operation EAGLE THRUST in the Republic of Vietnam. During an air assault, Lieutenant Kellogg pulled a wounded man from a fire line, then went on to attack an enemy bunker system with a machine gun. Running down the line, he destroyed five enemy bunkers with hand grenades. His gallant actions and dedicated devotion to duty, without regard for his own life, were in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself, his unit, and the United States Army.
Action Date: Vietnam War Service: Army Division: 101st Airborne Division

Trump campaign and administration

Kellogg was named a foreign policy advisor to then-presidential candidate Donald Trump in March 2016.[12] Trump put Kellogg in charge of the presidential transition agency action team for defense.[13] On December 15, 2016, it was announced that Kellogg would be appointed Chief of Staff and Executive Secretary of the United States National Security Council by President-elect Donald Trump.[14]

On February 13, 2017, following the resignation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, Keith Kellogg became the Acting National Security Advisor in the interim of a permanent replacement being appointed.[15][1] President Trump interviewed Kellogg and three others to determine who permanently to fill the position of National Security Advisor.[16][17] The position ultimately went to H. R. McMaster.[18]

In April 2018, Vice President Mike Pence chose Kellogg to serve as his national security advisor.[19][20][21] According to the White House, Kellogg would continue to serve as an assistant to Trump.[22][23]

During the Trump–Ukraine scandal which led to Trump’s impeachment, Kellogg said he “heard nothing wrong or improper” in Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president. [24]
Kellogg spoke at the 2020 Republican National Convention on August 26, 2020.[25]

In response to Olivia Troye’s criticisms of the Trump Administration response to COVID-19, Kellogg claims to have fired her unceremoniously. He also accused her more generally of lying about her time in the Trump Administration. Troye denied the allegations.[26]…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keith_Kellogg