I saw a brief mention of this yesterday. It caught my eye, but I was waiting for more details before posting about it. Another example of how the Iraq War may have gone on too long, with too few people, stretched beyond human capacity.
Time: Seven months after Sergeant Christopher LeJeune started scouting Baghdad’s dangerous roads — acting as bait to lure insurgents into the open so his Army unit could kill them — he found himself growing increasingly despondent. “We’d been doing some heavy missions, and things were starting to bother me,” LeJeune says. His unit had been protecting […]