Michael Yon puts in what I hope will be the last words on the body armor "controversy". In this Army, in this war, our top leadership in the field has faced the same sort of danger as every other grunt out there. If they don't want Dragonskin for themselves or their own sons, then I don't want it either. Simple as that, right? I'm really tired of hearing my leaders slandered as evil scheming corporate puppets willing to trade my safety for a lucrative contract. And should it surprise anyone that this slander is being led by the manufacturer of the rejected armor design? Really, is this all that difficult to see through?