A U.S. reservist in Iraq emails a photo to a friend back home. Friend posts it on his blog. The image is widely circulated by email, and ultimately finds mention in The New York Times a month later.
The war drags on. Tours of duty are extended. U.S. soldiers continue to kill and be killed. Dissent among the military and military families smoulders.
And the scholarship funding? Job skills? Veteran’s benefits? One weekend a month?
See these articles about the myths and messages in military graphics and advertising sold by recruiters to high school and college students across the United States of America.
24 July 2003, 8:09 PM | LINK | Filed in
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