letters | ISSUES IN THE BROWN CAMPAIGN
Brown has every reason to be proud of his military service
Bill Fihlman writes: I take exception to Brian McGrory’s attempt to discredit Colonel Scott Brown’s two weeks of service in Afghanistan by stating that it “was more like a visit” than having “served” in Afghanistan. Whether it was two weeks or two years, Brown served in a war zone. He wasn’t on the front lines, but he was still subject to mortar attacks and suicide bombers.