Ladies and Gentlemen, This is an excellent (in my humble opinion) article from the independent about the morality of fighting war, particularly the war in Iraq. It is long but easy to read. http://news.independent.co.uk/world/americas/article327094.ece The focus is on use of WP as an offensive weapon (as banned by international treaty) and the use of napalm against targets in Iraq generally and in Fallujah specifically. As a professional officer I find it very hard to justify the use of these weapons in a built-up area with a population of up to 300,000 souls, of whom no more than 1200 were suspected of being insurgents. Regardless of the legality of going to war (of which we have heard much) what are your opinions about using such indiscriminate weapons?