All these wars and altercations are making the Army even looser than before:
The Army last year again increased the number of its recruits who have prior criminal records by granting them special exceptions.
In the fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 18 percent of recruits needed waivers for problems with the law – up from 15 percent the previous year, Maj. Gen. Thomas Bostick, commander of the U.S. Army Recruiting Command, told a Pentagon news conference. He said 87 percent of those were for misdemeanors such as joy riding or violating curfew.
Taking it up the butt, however, simply won’t be tolerated.