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    Quote Originally Posted by MSG Glenn View Post
    I saw one of the "Surviving the Cut" programs or something similar recently where they used chickens & rabbits. There was a disclaimer that said the practice was now banned since that was filmed.
    It must have JUST been banned. That episode was filmed fairly recently. I watched it when it came out and that disclaimer wasn't there.
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    I'm not sure which one I saw. It might not have been "Surviving the Cut". They've been talking about doing away with the practice as long as I can remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSG Glenn View Post
    Smoked it right down to the last grain, did you?
    This is not Vietnam lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSG Glenn View Post
    I'm not sure which one I saw. It might not have been "Surviving the Cut". They've been talking about doing away with the practice as long as I can remember.
    It showed them boiling a chicken or rabbit with some other vegetables. Then they released 40 or so animals and the students had to catch them, kill them, cook them.
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    Awesome article! I too wish that they would address more of the families and caretakers of the ones who have PTSD and have fallen. Also, wish that we could get a little help for the family members who themselves have suffered PTSD while our soldiers were gone. It may do alot of good for everyone involved!

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