In a recent attempt to boost the spirits of all of those that are involved in the Iraqi war, the US Army has restructured its program to provide accolades for those soldiers that are typically going unseen.
These soldiers often include those that are translators, which are beneficial for all soldiers that are on the battlefields, and walking the streets of Iraq. This change also calls for a restructuring of the US Army, which is sure to benefit the inside junctions of the Army. This redistricting of military troops calls for the Army to monitor changes within the unit, which will be a positive change for the Army in the long run.
This redistricting of the units in the Army also creates a much larger stance for the Army, which makes the Army much more effective for all of the soldiers, including those that often go unseen. The fact that the Army is looking to redistrict their Military forces also means that they are looking to beef up their security with the security personnel.
Many may think that by restructuring the program that it is going to weaken the effectiveness of the Army, which is the furthest from the truth in the terms of the military. This restructuring is only bound to make the US Army all the more stronger, with a shift of focus to see where there are elements of the Army that need to be included and those that are of less importance overall. That being said, however, the entire US Army plays a vital role for America’s defense, as well as the protection of American civilians.