DoD approves more accompanied tours in Korea

OK, I got it, now someone needs to explain

1.) Why we’re staying?

2.) What’s all this about the North and Nukes?

3.) How long has it really been Over and why weren’t we, the Nation, so informed?

Reasoning that North Korea now poses no more of a likely threat to the South than did the former Soviet Union to Western Europe during the Cold War, the Pentagon has decided to dramatically increase the number of duty tours in South Korea that include family members, and to lengthen most such tours from two to three years.

In addition, married troops will also be able to bring their spouses and children along for 2-year command-sponsored tours in two cities that lie between Seoul and the Demilitarized Zone that divides the two nations, and do not currently allow family accompaniment.

Has that little guy in the North now become an allie, so many questions, so few answers, must be stamped “Top Secret” to only be opened 100yrs. from now.


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    • jimstaro on December 11, 2008 at 16:57

    Another question, my oh my!

    • Edger on December 11, 2008 at 17:26

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