Army unveils 700-part op-order process for f…

WASHINGTON — The Army has unveiled a new 700-part operations order in an effort to eliminate guilt small unit leaders may feel sending their soldiers to die in wars no one cares about, sources confirmed today. According to Army spokesman Lt. Col. Ronald Dial, the "cornerstone of irrelevant and protracted land warfare" that makes up the 12 volume appendix to the "Army Planning and Orders Production" field manual would replace the long-standing five paragraph operations order, and become a mandated piece of equipment at the squad level.

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