To what degree are combatants in war morally liable to be killed, and to what degree are their adversaries morally permitted—or obligated—to kill them? To discuss this, Marc LiVecche sat down recently with Major Joseph Chapa.
Joseph O. Chapa & Marc LiVeccheMay 5, 2020
Veterans of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Regiment, more commonly known simply as the “Ox and Bucks,” hosted our small US military contingent. The locus for the day’s ceremony was the gravesite of Major John Howard, commander of D Company of the Ox and Bucks.
Joseph O. ChapaJuly 3, 2019