THE PENTAGON — Intelligence officials have just informed Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odierno that the Syrian Electronic Army took over the US Army's primary website www.army.mil in 2009 and has been operating the Army's homepage since then. Odierno was stunned. Reached for comment via AOL Instant Messenger, he said, "We should have noticed the signs of foreign influence. The army.mil content writers barely have any command of the English language, the depressing layout causes an instant loss of morale, and nobody can remember the last time the website had any relevance."
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