Thursday, March 25, 2004
Brownlee said he had visited wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington and found them in good spirits.
"Most of them, even if they've lost a limb or two, or even an eye, they haven't lost their courage," Brownlee said.
Wonderful. Now let's wheel those buggers back down the alleyways of Fullajah or Baghdad. Cripes "even if they lost a limb or two" -- how nonchalant of him.
Since the invasion a year ago, 582 U.S. troops have died and more than 2,900 have been wounded. Some soldiers return home saying they want to leave the Army at their next opportunity.
Some must be Army speak for like HALF THE FREAKIN" FORCE!