1. Unfortunately, they will. Someone puts them on a plane, they step off, there they are. They could be in Iraq, Iran, Venezuela, Syria, Cuba, North Korea, whereever. Other than the temperature they wouldn’t know the difference. Except for the Latinos in the case of an invasion of Venezuela or Cuba, none of them can understand any of the languages of the locals anyway.

  2. Only way to prevent what you’re complaining about is to make it a crime to arm somebody who can’t find a country on a map and then send them their to invade.

    The Army, at least, does have trained linguists for just about every country. There just aren’t close to being enough of them.

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