So what did the US Military decide to confirm today?
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - All four U.S. helicopters that have crashed in Iraq since Jan. 20 appear to have been brought down by ``some kind'' of ground fire but it is unclear whether this represents any new threat to U.S. aviation, the chief U.S. military spokesman said Sunday.
It was the first time that the U.S. command has publicly acknowledged that the three Army helicopters and one private helicopter were probably shot down.
The Military has fallen back into Vietnam era habits. When they can not lie, they try to hide they truth by obscuring it.