In hand-holding our college students and overloading our troops, we're compromising our educational efforts as well as our military ones. And whether in school or in war, the result could very well be a failing grade.
Given the choice of collectively calling our troops heroes, because of those few "real heroes," and collectively calling our troops murderers and criminal because of those few bad apples, which one would you go for?
This is an analysis of the Afghanistan War through the lens of improvisation. Improvisation isn't inherently comedic. As conceived by the godmother of modern improvisation, Viola Spolin, it is the practice of spontaneous communication and fast learning.