Another side note ... I am not really sitting in a comfortable chair judging ... I have worked front line delivery of acute medical care for almost 20 years. If one cannot get their emotions (especially immature and dangerous ones) under control then they must face the consequences of endangering troops, pissing on billions that undermined a mission of Petreaus and McChrystal and decided to emulate the low ground we are supposedly condemning by our presence.
Shame on them ... and anyone that excuses the danger in which they put our troops on the ground, disobeyed orders, pissed on billions of Americans hardworking money, helped recruit and promote terrorism, took the low moral ground , brought into question if those men lying dead were indeed a threat to anyone ...well they must face the consequences.
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I have witnessed change of commands in a combat zone where one unit put in a lot of effort to improve the relationship with the
citizens of a certain town and succeeded only to have the next unit come in and treat that town like crap leading to the town
turning hostile towards our troops. This peeing on and/or defiling corpses is not a necessary part of the mission and does make a
difference in how the locals see us.
I am certainly against being so touchy-feely that it endangers our soldiers and prevents mission accomplishment, but this is
something else entirely.
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