Talk:United States Mobile Infantry
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- Bastion was NOT relatively "inactive" before he was retired! You make it sound like he was derelict and he most certainly was not. Don't spin the wiki page to make Bastion the bad guy!
- Besides, the MI's history should be about battles we fought, not who the commanding officer was. A list of CO's should be a sub section of history, not the main headings. If you go to the history books about the army, it doesn't have chapter titles like "the LTG Samuel B. M. Young Era" or "LTG Adna Chaffee's Reign" (who were the first two army chief of staff's in the first decade of the 20th century FYI).
- Also, MI is not the first step, the Training Division is.
- This irritates me to the point where I am changing it. I started this page anyway --tsewell Talk 00:45, 20 July 2009 (UTC)
Actually, Tsewell, if you go and look at the United States Army wiki on erepublik, their history is also a list of past Generals.
The section regarding SVV was recently restored. I believe military history, good and bad, should be retained. This is Wiki, not a recruiting or a PR tool. History of notable people, especially commanding officers, should always be kept (and with as much detail as possible). If there are NPOV issues, then that should be addressed by rewording the relevant information, not just by simply removing paragraphs to suit the other generals' description lengths. If there are issues regarding this restoration, please discuss it here. I'd be happy to discuss and sort this out. - Jameson L. Tai talk 11:40, 4 April 2010 (UTC)