Military: Trophy Hunting in Grenada

Trophy Hunting in Grenada

The Administration announced last week that the 250 U.S. troops remaining in Grenada will begin a five-month withdrawal plan in mid-April. At the same time, more than 400 troops from other Caribbean nations who are stationed in Grenada will begin a gradual evacuation, leaving the security of the tiny island completely in the hands of its own 560-member police force. Meanwhile, the military had another Grenada revelation last week: five Army men and three Marines had broken the law by returning from the Caribbean island with Soviet- made automatic rifles obtained during the invasion in 1983. Most of the offenders, ranging...

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