Army Recruiting More Drop Outs: (When You Start Illegal War No One Wants to Fight it)
Take your people into a war that is unnecessary and illegal, and you get what you deserve I guess:
from Suburban Guerilla
Struggling to boost its ranks, the U.S. Army is recruiting a higher number of high school dropouts and recruits who score in the lowest category on military aptitude tests, raising concerns among senior officers and defense analysts that the quality of the force will suffer.
Five months into the recruiting year, the percentage of recruits in the active-duty Army without high school diplomas is more than double the percentage of last year.
The number of recruits who scored the lowest on the aptitude test has more than doubled from last year and is the highest since 2001.
Dropout recruits raise Army quality concerns