Army Secretary Noel Harvey and vice chief of staff Gen. Richard Cody said Monday that the Army was using looser Defense Department rules that permitted it to sign up more high school dropouts and people who score lower on mental-qualification tests, but they denied that this meant it was lowering standards.The article also states that the Army hasn't been so far behind its recruiting goals since 1979. Can a draft be far behind?
Tuesday, October 04, 2005
Be (Almost) All You Can Be
Seems that at least some people are paying attention to the toll on our soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is NOT a good thing: