January 17th, 2008 | In Worth Considering
John Nagl, one of military’s most well-known members among civilians (he was on The Daily Show, for example), is leaving the service. Slate’s Fred Kaplan offers an interesting reason for the Army’s brain drain: The prolonged and repeated tours in Iraq were among the reasons for the trend. This is not the case for Nagl.
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