Pentagon worries that plunging morale might affect morale
ARLINGTON, Va. — Officials at the Pentagon have expressed concerns that plunging morale among American service members may be affecting service member morale, sources revealed today.
"We at the Department of Defense are deeply worried that the growing apathy of America's war fighters may have a negative impact on America's ability to fight wars," said Pentagon spokesperson Maj. Ed Marquand.
"Though we are at present unsure of the exact root of the growing malaise, our researchers suspect that it may have something to do with almost two decades of perpetual conflict, a gradual decline in America's international prestige, or endemic inefficiency across the military industrial complex."
While the Pentagon's recognition of this growing problem strikes many Americans as a step in the right direction, it remains unclear what actions the Pentagon will take to rectify the issue.
"We are currently exploring a number of possible solutions to increase the job satisfaction of our soldiers, sailors, M…
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