Anybody else find it weird that our troops are being ordered to defend the honor of dead mercenaries? To my knowledge, nobody ever felt the need to launch 'Operation Payback' when Marines themselves were killed.
AND . . . you'd think, from a business standpoint, that Blackwater would want to take care of this one on it's own. After all, what self-respecting commando/spy school relies on government grunts for it's protection and retribution. Suddenly, a Blackwater diploma doesn't look as impressive on the merc resume.