Army's 101st pays high price for Afghan surge year
The soldiers of the Army's famed 101st Airborne Division deployed to Afghanistan confident their counterinsurgency expertise would once again turn a surge strategy into a success but are headed home uncertain of lasting changes on the battlefield.As the division's 24,000 soldiers return to Fort Campbell from their one-year deployment, doubts remain ...
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#1 Jun 5, 2011
in time of crisis, economic principles apply to military, that is, for every soldier deployed, the bucks returned shall be 100%(plus 1) of his maintenance cost.
ps: don't forget artificial vaginas for male soldiers!
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