posted on Aug, 26 2004 @ 02:33 AM
On Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 18 and 19, 2004, Army Recruiting Station chiefs across the nation received the following urgent message:
From: Arnold, Melayne COL USAREC
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 1:20 PM
To: [Army Recruiting Station Chiefs]
CC: (BDE-DCO); (BDE-CDR); (BDE-CSM); Blakely, Freddie N COL USAAC
Chiefs -- Immediate response upon receipt of this message.
All -- we have received a credible FBI report on a plan to possibly attack military recruiting stations across CONUS. This is based on information
from a credible source and indicated that the planning may have taken place over the last 30 days. The motivation for the attacks is based on anger
about the war in Iraq, and the plan called for the attackers to enter the station and shoot anyone that was inside the station. These attacks were
planned over the next two months.
Immediate action: Notify each recruiting station within your brigade today of this possible threat.
So what is the Army doing about this threat? One particular grunt doesn't isn't satisfied with the response:
Inaction after Army