I’ve heard that some of the Navy’s SEALs were arrested for bloodying the nose of a terrorist they were capturing. I truly that this is not true. I’ve talked to some chopper gunship pilots who have been in Iraq and Afghanistan recently; they say the the rules of engagement are so tight that they can’t shoot most of the time–and when they do they know that if they hit someone they were not supposed to hit, then they will be charged–a bit like the SEALs. Our military’s purpose is to kill people and break things. I fear that under new management we are more focused on being liked, being diverse, and having a nice smile. God help us.