I hear that all the time in the media, and I don't know what it means... Before the war, our Army National Guard battalion was understrength, with obsolete equipment, and inexperienced leadership. Now, we're overstrength, with better equipment, and veteran leadership. We get more money for training, our supply system works better, the "good old boy" network is weakened, and we seem to be attracting a high caliber of new recruits. All around, we seem to be much stronger now than we were before. I know our story isn't the case everywhere, but are any of you in units that have been "broken" by the war? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!