Paul Mihalka Posted January 25, 2013 Share Posted January 25, 2013 From BBC news: "The US military commander in Africa says the Pentagon made mistakes in its training of Malian troops now trying to oust Islamists from the north. Gen Carter Ham of United States Africa Command (Africom) said its forces had failed to train Malian troops on "values, ethics and a military ethos". He was speaking after reports of abuses by Mali government troops taking part in the French-led counter-offensive." Is it realistic to think that anybody from the USA or other western country can train troops in Mali and other wild places "values, ethics and military ethos"? Link to comment
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