We're committing, I understand, half of our Army's divisions to Iraq. With worries about possible hostile interventions from Syria and Iran, and N. Korea on the other side of the world, my feeling is we're spread a little thin. From the newspaper: At the beginning of Desert Storm, the US had: 18 Army Divisions. 165 Air Wings. 580 ships. 706,000 Army troops. Now we have: 10 Army Divisions. 91 air wings. 306 ships. 476,000 Army troops. How did this happen? Who's responsible? Is it as simple as blaming it on Clinton as Limbaugh has done? Are we truly capable of fighting two wars on different continents at the same time?