The 55th Signal Company Combat Camera truly is, "The Eyes of the Army
While we like to think we all live in a democratic state, the indigenous people of the Chittagong Hill Tracts have been systematically dispossessed of their ancestral lands by Bengali settlers, all under the eyes of the army
. In 2004, the government, under pressure from a far-right Islamist group, banned the publication of all books on Islam published by the Ahmadiyya community, a Muslim minority sect.
In the eyes of the army
, this amounted to a secret agenda of political infiltration and represented an existential threat for the Kemalist/secular foundations of the republic.
In Ain Ata, gunmen roam the streets under the name of local groups under the eyes of the Army
and security forces.
"In the eyes of the Army
, Afghanistan has also given our forces the chance to redeem themselves, in the eyes of the Americans, in the wake of negative perceptions, whether or not they were justified, of the British Army's performance in Basra.
But, by then, his credentials as a leader who knows how to safeguard national security had become tainted in the eyes of the army
and I always see the look in the eyes of the army
cadre when I speak about passion."
(320) Technology alone did not provide Buzzell his position of power in the eyes of the Army