|Date:||21 Apr 2003 14:32:09 -0000|
|Subject:||RE: [CPEO-MEF] Battle of the env. breaks out as Pentagon urges fewer limits on|
The following response was posted by Charles Douglas" <email@example.com> __________________________________________________________ Lets see now, just how does Anonymous know that none of the 125 US combat deaths (and 495 injured) in Iraq weren't caused by some lack of realism in their training? I may not agree with all the DoD rhetoric about encroachment, but I do believe that our soldiers and Marines must train as they will fight. And that doesn't include dropping dummy bombs or single-filing across a beach, etc. -----Original Message----- _From: CPEO Moderator [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2003 15:48 To: email@example.com Subject: RE: [CPEO-MEF] Battle of the env. breaks out as Pentagon urges fewer limits on The following was posted anonymously. _____________________________________ According to the Secretary of Defense, our battle plans for the Iraq excursion were brilliant, the execution was magnificent, our leadership was without equal and the military personnel and equipment operated in an almost flawless fashion. Environmental constraints affected our readiness about as much as the French did. So please explain how our environmental laws and regulations are adversely impacting combat capability.
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