Think you are on Drugs now
Am I? So this must be lie? "More than 20 percent of the U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan were killed not by enemy combatants but in non-hostile circumstances, including friendly fire, suicide, illness and accidents.
The rate of non-hostile deaths in the U.S. military has been on the rise since the Korean War, according to an analysis of data from the U.S. Department of Defense.
During the Korean War, 8 percent of fallen military personnel died in non-hostile deaths, the departments statistics show. The non-hostile death rate rose to 19 percent during the nearly decade-long Vietnam War. For the War on Terror, it tops 21 percent."
As I have said plenty of times, it seem to me that you don't need enemy at all, just ship your troops somewhere and give them some cartridges..