The task force praised work done at Fort Carson, Colo., where soldiers going back to war are screened for brain injury. Surveys there found that about 17 percent of the soldiers returning to war could have a traumatic brain injury.
And yet, they send them back -- because they don't have the troops to do otherwise giving Bush's policies.
*Let's start with the Kagans, Michael O'Hanlon, and Micheal Gordon.
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