SEQUELS: A Matter of Motivation

Last November Lieut. Charles C. Anderson, 25—a hard-boiled career infantryman with a distinguished combat record—was court-martialed for brutal training methods. (When a man collapsed doing pushups, Anderson had a cross put in his mouth and said: "If he wanted to act like he was dead, I wanted him to look like he was dead.") Anderson was cashiered. Last week an Army Review Board upheld the court-martial, but rejected the sentence. It fined Infantryman Anderson $450, permitted him to stay in uniform. Ruled the board: "The circumstances found in the case of Anderson's action, inexcusable as...

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