I think you're barking up the wrong tree old boy. I have been involved in the recruiting business from the start and we've done bloody well to get as far as we have. Profit margins were wafer thin (I was only getting £50 per referral as an example) and targets onerous. Look further afield if you want to vent your spleen - that mutant Coe would be a good place to start.
The first post has been deleted, so let's see if I have this right.
A journalist wants to interview soldiers about the Op Olympic Fiasco. Preferably soldiers who are being deployed at short notice to clean up someone else' mess. Again.
Right so far?
If he or she (I'm guessing she by the 'lol's) is a reputable journalist then she will know that for a soldier to provide a 'brief interview' is classified as a bad thing. A military offence. Surely she wouldn't be trying to entice a soldier to commit a military offence would she?