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But Col. David Slotwinski, a former chief of staff for Army recruiting, said that the Army faced an uphill battle because many baby boomer parents are inclined to view military service negatively, especially during a controversial war.

"They don't realize that they have a role in helping make the all-volunteer force successful," said Colonel Slotwinski, who retired in 2004. "If you don't, you're faced with the alternative, and the alternative is what they were opposed to the most, mandatory service."

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/03/nyregion/03recruit.html?pagewanted=2&th&emc=th

What a total moron.  I'd say it is the Colonel who doesn't realize much of frickin' anything. Idiot.

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