As outrage in the Arab world over the prisoner abuses continued, President Bush went on Arab TV and said Americans were appalled by scandal, and promised that "justice will be delivered. Los Angeles-based Playboythe world's oldest skin magazine, said on Monday it was launching "Operation Playmate" to help perk up troops by allowing them to email the centrefolds who would send back autographed photos of themselves. There is harassment in the army, but there are ways to deal with it. Pompeo warns against ending US involvement in Yemen. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. I've come to look forward to that.
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Graner is charged with conspiracy to maltreat detainees, dereliction of duty, maltreatment of detainees, assaulting detainees, indecent acts, adultery and obstruction of justice. She details the incompetence of superior officers, the suicide of a female soldier and reveals that she was not issued with armoured plates for her flak jacket. During the first Gulf War, top US General Norman Schwarzkopf called Playboy's first "Operation Playmate" a "major morale boost for our troops," Playboy said, adding that the scheme was conducted by mail and that no photos were being sent to troops in the field as it would have been too expensive. United States girlie magazine Playboy is joining the US-led war in Iraq by deploying its Playmate centrefolds to boost battlefield morale - but troops shouldn't expect to see nude bunnies any time soon. The Playmates will personally sign their photographs and reply "as expeditiously as possible" to the requests, the magazine said. Jasso was 'charismatic,' 'wonderful kid,' friends, mentors recall.