Sergeant First Class John Hammond can't understand why some do-gooder like Loaves and Fishes volunteer Michele Naar-Obed would be upset about the America's Army
video game being used to recruit youngsters to go and fight.
The game is to make an appearance at an air show in Duluth. Mr Naar-Obed (you may have guessed that he volunteers for a Christian organisation) is upset because he thinks it's "just insane that they would use this kind of venue to train our youth to kill people."
It seems that Sarge Hammond does not suffer fools of any religious persuasion. His response was, well, to the point, "It's kind of curious that some people would object to a virtual army experience game when the central draw to the Duluth Air Show is the Blue Angels who are flying F-18 Super Hornet strike aircraft, which last time I checked, was a military weapon."
Like the idea of American's Army
or not (we don't) you've got to admire the straightforward logic. It's good to see there's some left in the military.Source: WAFF88News