Does anyone else feel that General Jackson really shouldn't be sending out press releases to demand more fawning from a hostage his soldiers have rescued? Isn't it part of the tradition that you do your duty not because you expect adulation but because it's your duty?
I remember Jacko being interviewed by the BBC just after Kosovo, when he spoke more sense about the place in 10 minutes than the entire political class had up to that point. That was, although it wasn't widely known, of course only a few days after the incident when he told Wesley Clark that he wasn't going to fucking start World War Three for you, sir.
Somewhere in the meantime he's gone Tony. Perhaps it was the plastic surgery.