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How Bush Is Breaking The Army

The Democratic Policy Committee has released a following report: Overstretched and Under Strain: Bush Administration Mismanagement of Our Military Lea

The Democratic Policy Committee has released a following report: Overstretched and Under Strain: Bush Administration Mismanagement of Our Military Leaves Us Less Capable of Responding to Threats at Home and Around the World, that details how Bush Administration is breaking our Army.

The Bush Administration's flawed Iraq policies, including its failure to send in enough troops to secure the peace, its failure to advance a comprehensive strategy for victory, and its failure to anticipate and plan for a protracted conflict, along with its inadequate funding of our military - have dangerously overstretched our armed forces. The Administration's record of mismanagement has resulted in critical equipment and training shortfalls; forced repeated deployments and extended deployments for U.S. forces; led to recruiting and retention challenges; and left our country without a strategic reserve. Today, many Army units are on their third or even fourth tour in Iraq or Afghanistan, while non-deployed units face significant shortfalls in readiness. Military leaders warn that the current pace of operations and reduced readiness of U.S. military forces is limiting our ability to respond to threats to our security and crises that may emerge both at home and around the world.

Keep reading the documentation the DPC has compiled, it's stunningly sad.

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