Not the best or brightest: Increased granting of 'moral waivers' dangerously lowers standards for military recruits
The savage conflict in Iraq has placed enormous stress on even the most level-headed, scrupulous of soldiers. Abu Ghraib and other moral lapses should be incentive enough to redouble efforts to enlist the best and the brightest. Instead, it seems that the lowering of standards will have the opposite effect.
Labels: combat risks, criminals in uniform, JAG harvest, leadership risks, low quality recruits, low standard recruits, moral waivers, NCIS targest of opportunity, recruiting criminals, unqualified recruits
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