Topic: Practical Man: Is it always the money
When I first read Practical Man exert in SACRIFICE by TRAVISS I was struck by the thesis FETT put forward when dealing with the VONG. Sometimes it isn't enough to go after the credits, principles are worth more. Our military faces this issue as many skilled soldiers are leaving for richer contracts in the private sector, but a what cost.
My question is would FETT roll to the richer contracts or stay green to wage a war of principle? I believe he wouldn't "sell out" and would fight a fight against an enemy who fanatical ways are similar to the VONG in that they wish to remake the world in their image and leave nothing else but ash.