His superiors are likely to be pissed off that Army Staff Sgt. Jose Sixtos was as candid as he was when asked by a Washington Post reporter about morale among his troops in Iraq:
.... not until his convoy of armored Humvees had finally rumbled back into the Baghdad military base, and the soldiers emptied the ammunition from their machine guns, and passed off the bomb-detecting robot to another patrol, did [Sixtos] turn around in his seat and give his answer.The full story is here.
"Think of what you hate most about your job. Then think of doing what you hate most for five straight hours, every single day, sometimes twice a day, in 120-degree heat," he said. "Then ask how morale is."
Frustrated? "You have no idea," he said.