This document discusses that although terrorist camps have been destroyed, terrorist networks disrupted, and the people of Afghanistan and Iraq liberated, there are still many more battles to be fought. History has not yet recorded how the war on terrorism will be characterized. We do know, however, that it will be a long war. It is also a war in which the United States and its allies must prevail because the consequences are so profound. For the first time in the history of mankind, a small number of people with weapons of mass destruction can wreak untold havoc in our cities and against our citizens, against our allies, and against freedom loving people around the world.