In the article below, "Soldiers returning from Iraq offered firsthand accounts of the war's turmoil...." In one stunning comment, Jennifer Giese, an Iraq War veteran who served with the 826th Ordinance, complained how her "unit never received body armor, and had to resort to stealing scrap metal for vehicle armor. Bottled water had to be rationed due to shortages, but Giese later filled a swimming pool for a general's use." Someone at the Department of Defense may want to investigate why a general has a pool while soldiers remain thirsty in the hot desert during combat.
Starmail - 25. Okt, 15:03