The 101st Airborne is a U.S. Army modular light infantry division trained for air assault operations. The division was renowned for its role on D-Day. Major General David H. Petraeus (“Eagle 6″) led the Screaming Eagles to war in 2003 during Operation Iraqi Freedom.....snip~
Now what does that have to do with what I asked you. Circuitry working yet?
brought your way. Still can't figure out the difference between Rangers and Army engineers? What causes your complete cornfuzzlement upon this?
Soldiers from the 101st Airborne will primarily be building hospitals, ultimately leading what could be a contingent of 4,000 American service members. They’ll be housed either in tent cities at military airfields or in Liberian Ministry of Defense facilities, Rodriguez said.....snip~
What is their mission? Do you imagine they will be changing bed pans or maybe setting up camps in the hot zone with no contact with the infected.
Would you like building a mobile hospital in a HazMat suit? These guys face down insurgents and they can handle working in a hot zone.
You are right they do deserve better...they deserve not to be thought of as chicken hearts.
When did the 101st become an engineering unit ?
I thought the 101st was a combat unit ?
"To change the purpose and culture of the military." Joseph Stalin / Barack Obama.
Why do people building hospitals need to protect themselves with hazmat suits? Patients come after the hospital is built.
One of you will end up here next!